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Today's News

  • Photo of Black Panthers on Jeffco GOP website draws criticism

     A photo of two members of the New Black Panther Party with clenched fists and berets appeared briefly Wednesday on the Jefferson County Republican Party website, JeffcoRepublicans.com, prompting charges of racism. The image was removed Wednesday night. 

    The photo accompanied a recruitment ad for volunteer pollwatchers that said, “Pollwatchers Needed. Because these guys will be there too!”

  • Photo of Black Panthers on Jeffco GOP website draws criticism

     A photo of two members of the New Black Panther Party with clenched fists and berets appeared briefly Wednesday on the Jefferson County Republican Party website, JeffcoRepublicans.com, prompting charges of racism. The image was removed Wednesday night. 

    The photo accompanied a recruitment ad for volunteer pollwatchers that said, “Pollwatchers Needed. Because these guys will be there too!”

  • Sheriff's Calls

    Roughing the receiver

  • Oktoberfest fete goes to the dogs

    By Alison Mahnken

    For the Courier

    Dachshunds and dunkel and dancing, oh my! These and more were on tap at the Oktoberfest at the Highlands Ranch Town Center on Saturday.

    The celebration, presented annually by the Highlands Ranch Cultural Affairs Association, debuted with the tapping of the keg at 2 p.m. and concluded with fireworks in the evening (rescheduled after the July 4 cancellation).

  • Sports briefs

    BOYS GOLF
    Front Range’s Sloan qualifies for 3A state tournament
    AURORA — Front Range Christian’s Jared Sloan carded a 79 to qualify for the 3A state golf tournament for a second straight year at the 3A Metro Regional tournament Sept. 19.
    He tied for 11th place alongside Kent Denver’s Josh Repine and Peak to Peak’s Jack Cavanagh, nine strokes back of Ben Moore of Kent Denver and Behrod Keshtavar of Peak to Peak.

  • Columbine places third at regionals, sending four golfers to 5A state meet

           ARVADA — With the golf season quickly approaching its end, teams vied for their spot to go to 5A state championship. Columbine, Chatfield and Dakota Ridge competed against the best golfers in the Metro West Region on Sept. 17 at Indian Tree Golf Course.

  • Eagles capitalize on A-West miscues

    By Matt Glass
    For the Courier

  • Chatfield finds net early

    LAKEWOOD — Getting early pressure on the opposition has been something the Chatfield Chargers have been looking for. And against Jeffco League foe Pomona in their conference opener Sept. 20 at Lakewood Memorial Field it proved to be vital.
    Not to worry, the Chargers scored twice in the game’s opening 13 minutes, including Lee Holmes’ tally that proved to be the eventual game-winner, as Chatfield bounced back from its lone loss of the season with a 3-1 victory over the Panthers.

  • Natural Grocers eyes new location in South Jeffco

    Natural Grocers by Vitamin Cottage plans to open a 15,000-square-foot "full-service organic grocery" at South Kipling Parkway and West Coal Mine Avenue, north of the Chase Bank on Kipling. The site had previously been considered for a multi-story assisted-living center.

    The proposed store will replace an existing outlet in the shopping center on the northeast corner of South Simms Street and West Ken Caryl Avenue.

  • Jeffco Library temporarily vacating substandard building

    About 16 employees of the Jefferson County Public Library will be temporarily relocated to the south building of the Library Services Center in Wheat Ridge because the north building has been deemed below standard.

    The north building will remain empty for about six months or until the problem is fixed, said Ann Cress, deputy executive director, at a regular meeting of the board of trustees Sept. 20 at the Lakewood Public Library. The buildings share a wall.