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Today's News

  • Mountain Vista uses long ball to stop Dakota Ridge

    An amazing season for Dakota Ridge’s baseball team came to a sour conclusion May 11. After overcoming a 3-0 deficit to defeat Brighton 4-3 in the district semifinals, the host Eagles lost to Mountain Vista 8-6 in a hard-fought championship game at Dakota Ridge High School.
    Down 4-3 in the bottom of the fourth Dakota Ridge had the bases loaded with one out when Mountain Vista sophomore Marc Mumper struck out Eagles seniors Nate Liffick and AJ Valerio to get out of trouble.

  • Area tennis players weather the storm at state

    Mother Nature did her best to wreak havoc on the 5A girls tennis state championships, washing out the first day of the scheduled three-day tournament. But it was just a blip on the radar as Columbine’s Lillie Pettibone and a pair of Chatfield doubles teams took to  the court to face the state’s best.

    RAINING ON HER PARADE

  • Wife suspected of stabbing husband to death in South Jeffco

    A South Jeffco woman is suspected of fatally stabbing her husband on Monday and then turning the knife on herself, according to the Jeffco Sheriff's Office.

    Michael Schreiber, 69, died Monday after being stabbed at 7835 W. Ontario Place in the Columbine West neighborhood, according to the Sheriff's Office. His wife, Sandra Lee Schreiber, 59, is a suspect in the crime.

    The Sheriff's Office had initially described the incident a domestic double stabbing.  

  • Arrests made in identity theft ring

    Several people have been arrested in connection with an alleged identity theft ring in Jeffco and Denver, and four suspects remain at large.
    District Attorney Peter Weir announced Wednesday that a Jeffco grand jury had issued a 156-count indictment against 11 people alleged to be members of the ID theft ring.  
    The ring is accused of stealing almost $26,000 from residents and businesses between April 2012 and last January.

  • Mental Health First Aid class offers skills, strategies to help those in need

    The Jefferson Center for Mental Health will offer an innovative Mental Health First Aid class, which provides community members the tools to be a first responder of another sort.

  • Commissioners approve apartments at Belleview, Simms

    A proposed residential development in South Jeffco is set to create up to 290 multifamily apartment homes in a gated community at West Belleview Avenue and South Simms Street. 

    Jeffco’s county commissioners voted 3-0 to rezone 14 acres from an agricultural designation to planned development to let the Belleview Village project proceed. About a dozen people from surrounding neighborhoods, some representing homeowner groups, spoke against the proposal.

  • Jeffco Library offers free book to 4-year-olds

    This week, the Jeffco Library is giving away a free book to any 4-year-old in the county who wants one. 

  • Running to remember

    Columbine High School and the surrounding community took to the pavement again Saturday for the eighth annual Run for Remembrance through Clement Park. 

    The 5K run/walk raised money for Craig Hospital, the Columbine Memorial and the Frank DeAngelis Columbine High School Academic Foundation. 

  • Boggs blocks filming at school board meeting

    Jeffco schools Superintendent Cindy Stevenson summoned security at last Thursday’s board meeting when school board member Laura Boggs tried to prevent a district employee from recording video of a speaker.

    Broomfield resident Kelly Scott was addressing the board about his desire for schools to get back to Judeo-Christian roots and teachings when Boggs stood and blocked the iPad camera of communications manager Marlene Desmond.

  • Sotomayor encourages students tp follow passions

    U.S. Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor had a simple message for the 100 or so kids gathered in the new Ralph L. Carr Judicial Center in Denver on May 2.

    No matter what you choose to do when you grow up, do something that excites you.

    “What you do best are the things you’re passionate about. They don’t have to be important to anyone but you,” Sotomayor said. “What’s important is, as my mother always said, that you do what you’re doing well and that you like doing it.”