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Today's News

  • Eagles’ hockey shuts out Huskies in first round

     LITTLETON — If a team’s going to host the first round of the state hockey tournament, it may as well come in with a bang.

    That’s exactly what Dakota Ridge did on Tuesday afternoon against visiting Battle Mountain at the Edge Ice Arena as it earned a spot in the next round of the postseason, 10-0.

  • Front Range shoots lights out in upset victory

    By Levi Waddell

    LITTLETON — In perhaps their best showing of the year, the Front Range Christian Falcons upset the Dawson School Mustangs 68-53 on Feb. 13. The Falcons shared the ball effectively and were lights out from beyond the arc as they ended Dawson’s six-game winning streak.

  • Columbine girls hoops gets first playoff win since 2010

    By Dennis Pleuss

    LITTLETON — Columbine’s girls basketball team accomplished one big goal it had entering this season.

    The No. 20-seeded Rebels managed the program’s first playoff victory since 2010 with a 41-37 victory Tuesday night against No. 45 Eaglecrest.

    “It’s been like eight years since we’ve won a playoff game,” Columbine junior Maura Singer said. “It’s definitely super nice.”

  • Threats of violence investigated at Dakota Ridge, Columbine

        A threat of violence made against two South Jeffco high schools Monday night has been investigated by officials with Jeffco Public Schools and the Jeffco Sheriff's Office.

  • Sheriff's Calls

    Stalk report

  • ‘A plea for equal justice’

    As a conservative columnist, I have always tried to focus on constitutionally based concepts of personal responsibility and accountability supported by the belief that our country is founded on the principle of equality of opportunity.
    My numerous columns always attempt to support these views with appropriate facts and historical connections thereby providing a somewhat logical and rational basis for the opinions. Given the very nature of Op/Ed columns, these positions welcome opposing views.

  • Colorado Olympic talent reigns supreme

    Growing up in Steamboat Springs in the 1960s and ‘70s, the Winter Olympics were a big deal. We’d earned the name, “Ski Town USA” as more winter Olympians had (and still have) been produced in Steamboat than anywhere else in the United States. We all had everyday interactions with Olympic athletes, and I had friends who would become Olympians.

  • Lot near Coal Mine, Kipling rezoned

    Despite recommendation to deny from staff and neighbors, the Jeffco Board of County Commissioners voted 2-1 Tuesday to rezone a 3-acre lot in South Jeffco to allow for a gas station.
    The lot, which sits on the northeast corner of Coal Mine Avenue and Kipling Parkway, is undeveloped and was zoned for agricultural use. Blakeland Drive Investors LLP owns the lot, but Murphy Oil USA, Inc., plans to lease the north half for a gas station. The other half would remain undeveloped, but, with the board’s approval, the whole lot now has been rezoned as Planned Development.

  • Red Rocks Beer Garden poised to open in Morrison

    A new beer garden featuring local drinks and food is poised to open in downtown Morrison later this year.

    The business — called Red Rocks Beer Garden — will be housed in the former location of Flights Wine Cafe on Stone Street. The wine cafe moved from the quaint cottage to its current location on Bear Creek Avenue in early 2018 when owners Rhonda and Carl Benton decided to sell the building.

  • Morrison looking to ensure ADA compliance

    The Morrison Town Board is working towards ensuring its historic town facilities are compliant with the Americans with Disabilities Act.

    To do so, the town is considering a variety of options and partnering with Meeting the Challenge and architecture students at the University of Colorado Denver. Meeting the Challenge is a Colorado Springs-based consulting firm that will be conducting an ADA evaluation of town facilities.