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Today's News

  • Morrison will cover cost of trash pick-up for residents

    The Morrison town board has approved an ordinance to subsidize the cost of trash pick-up for all residents.

    Provided by Republic Services of Denver, waste removal will be free for all Morrison residents beginning in February 2017. The trash takeover will cost the town $18,000 annually but will reduce the burden on residents, Town Administrator Kara Zabilansky said.

    And, the arrangement streamlines the process of forging a partnership with Republic.

  • South Jeffco resident helping addicts

    Rob Lohman understands addiction.

    The South Jeffco resident, a recovered addict who spent time in prison for arson, now hopes to combat the problem through Lifted from the Rut, an organization he started a year ago. Lowman conducts family, business and individual interventions, does recovery coaching, and provides a sober transport system to escort people to treatment facilities.

  • ‘A new spin’ on indoor cycling

    Lights flash.

    Sweat pours.

    Music blares.

    Though it may sound like a description of a trendy nightclub in downtown Denver, CycleBar actually is a new indoor cycling studio coming in early 2017 to Southwest Plaza.

    CycleBar provides an intense cardio workout and some strength training opportunities. But owner Marc Krasner and manager LJ Johnson say it’s much more than that. CycleBar is an experience, they say, and one that aims to provide a sense of community extending far beyond the bike.

  • State Rep. Tim Leonard jailed for contempt of court in divorce case

    State Rep. Tim Leonard, R-Evergreen, was sentenced Friday to 14 days in jail on two counts of contempt of court in his divorce case with his ex-wife, Monica.

  • Mixed reactions to mixed decision on Rooney Valley rezoning

    A week after the county commissioners' mixed decision on a rezoning application that could have brought auto dealerships, hotels and retail to the northwest corner of C-470 and Alameda Parkway near Dinosaur Ridge, the parties involved say they remain uncertain about their next move.

  • Cougars thwart Jeffco foe Jaguars

    By Craig Harper
    For the Courier

    January is the girls swimming equivalent of baseball’s dog days of summer, a period between the season’s biggest meets — the mid-December Colorado Coaches Invitational and the league and state championships in February. It’s a time when swimmers and coaches are focused on intensive training before tapering for the latter than performance times in the string of dual meets that proceeds them.

  • Jacober, young Rebels continue to improve their skill set

    LAKEWOOD — Tony Jacober didn’t hide the fact that he was excited, maybe even a little bit scared. After all, this was the Columbine sophomore’s varsity debut on Jan. 12 at Lakewood High School.

    “I had to focus on just getting to work, beginning from practice to getting on the mat. Just completely focused on the match,” Jacober said. “I just want to work hard.”

  • Rebels swimmers start, finish strong

    Abby Hart, by her own admission, isn’t quite as strong in the breaststroke as she is in the butterfly and freestyle. Even her backstroke is solid all things considered.

  • Eagles still finding their identity

    When you’re the only senior on a team full of juniors, it may be expected that you take over the game during crunch time. That’s what Greg McNulty did.

  • T-wreck: a legacy from politicians past

    “Solid stone is just sand and water, baby.

    Sand and water, and a million years gone by.”

    — Beth Nielsen Chapman

    HIGH ABOVE THE STEGOSAURUS LOT — On a chilly and snowy Sunday, no birds of prey are visible from the raptor observation area along the trail, and no hikers or bikers pass by. To the south, clouds close in on the Rooney Valley, and throughout the gray landscape a sense of foreboding looms.