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Today's News

  • Jeffco holding sixth annual holiday bazaar

    Jeffco government announced it is hosting its annual holiday bazaar on Thursday, Dec. 1, at the courthouse in Golden.

    Now in its sixth year, the bazaar was created to provide Jefferson County employees an opportunity to sell their handmade gifts to the public ahead of the holidays, said Julie Story, the county’s digital marketing manager. A variety of gifts will be for sale, including festive handmade crafts, baked goods, cards, jewelry, woodworking and even name-brand goods.

  • Residents still can participate in the county’s Giving Tree

    Gift tags featuring holiday wishes are still hanging on Jeffco’s holiday Giving Tree, which means there’s time for residents to purchase a gift for a local child in need.

    The Giving Tree has been standing since mid-November in the atrium of the Jeffco courthouse. The tree was originally decorated with about 300 tags featuring gift wishes from local Jeffco children.

  • Foothills pottery students ready for holiday sale

    This weekend, the Foothills Park & Recreation District is hosting one of its marquee events aimed at not only providing the community with an opportunity to purchase one-of-a-kind gifts for the holidays, but also giving budding artists a chance to sell their wares.

  • Gobble Wobble packs Clement Park for Thanksgiving Day race

    On a windy Thursday morning, some 1,500 people gathered at Clement Park for the seventh annual Gobble Wobble 5K race.

    Dressed in pumpkin-pie hats, turkey costumes and layers to keep warm, racers flocked to the park, hoping to burn a few calories before indulging in Thanksgiving dinner.

    Since its inception in 2010, the Gobble Wobble has grown quite a bit.

  • Forging stable bonds

    On a scenic parcel nestled at the base of the foothills at the edge of Chatfield State Park, healing is happening.

    Happy Dog Ranch began as a sanctuary for unwanted horses. And that is still very much part of the mission. With 53 grassy acres to roam, Happy Dog is a place where horses thrive.

    In addition to the 40-horse herd, alpacas, goats, sheep, chickens, ducks and a steer all call Happy Dog Ranch home, and the animals provide a unique learning tool for those who enter the gates.

  • 2016-17 girls basketball capsule previews

    CHATFIELD LADY CHARGERS
    Head coach: Mike Deutsch
    Assistant coaches: Terry Nickels, Alex Smith
    2015-16 record: 7-17, 4-10 5A Jeffco League

  • 2016-17 boys basketball capsule previews

    CHATFIELD CHARGERS
    Head coach: Steve Schimpeler
    2015-16 record: 24-3, 14-0 5A Jeffco League
    Players to watch: Joe Miks, Sr., G; Mike Vrabel, Sr., G; Alex Beckley, Sr., PG; Titus Reed, Sr., F, Lucas St. Germain, Sr., G.

  • Chatfield’s run to semifinals started back in the summer

    LAKEWOOD — For Colton Hochevar, one of 12 seniors on the Chatfield Senior High football team, the 2016 season meant everything to him.

    “It absolutely changed my life. I look at life completely different and appreciate the little things,” Hochevar said.

  • Chargers' season comes to a crashing halt

    LAKEWOOD — As soon as David Moore III broke through the line on 4th-and-1 from the Chatfield 24 on his way to the end zone, the collective wind was taken out of Chatfield’s sail. The Chargers faithful sitting in the west stands at Jefferson County Stadium on Nov. 26 were silent.

    It was over.

  • Investigators say Green Mountain Fire was suspicious