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Today's News

  • Keillor charms local crowd with tales from Lake Wobegon

      Garrison Keillor delivered his unique brand of folksy charm to a South Jeffco audience Aug. 30 at the Chatfield Botanic Gardens, along with a little taste of life in Lake Wobegon.

    The revered radio host and author, along with Guy’s All-Star Shoe Band, sound effects man Fred Newman and musician Sara Watkins, gave thousands of fans of the radio variety show “A Prairie Home Companion” an hours-long performance that included staple sketches such as “News from Lake Wobegon” and “Guy Noir, Private Eye.”

  • Chatfield grad Robinson grateful for shot at NFL

    EDITOR"S NOTE: Zac Robinson was released by the New England Patriots just days after this story went to press. He was picked up Saturday off waivers by the Seattle Seahawks.

  • Roundup: Teague, Chargers shut out Rebels

    Jensen Teague scored a 6-2, 6-1 victory over Columbine’s Leo Geoghegan and Chatfield rolled to a 7-0 boys tennis victory on Sept. 2.

  • Roundup: Torres, Rebels fly high in season-opening victory

    LAKEWOOD -- Aaron Torres 

  • Ex-Bronco Van Heusen focused on new business

    Billy Van Heusen will tell you that he liked Denver so much that he never left. The former Denver Broncos split end and punter has made the Mile High region his home, even now some 33 years after his playing days ended.

  • Summers evasive about group's attempts to 'convert' gay men

    A Christianity-based addiction program headed by state Rep. Ken Summers also attempts to “convert” gay men to heterosexual lifestyles, a controversial practice that Summers failed to reveal in an initial conversation with a reporter.

    Teen Challenge of the Rocky Mountains, a local chapter of a national organization, claims it “provides hope for life transformation to those with life-controlling problems,” though its website does not mention “treatment” for homosexuality.

  • Advice for teens and parents

    Young people today have to navigate a complex world and a complicated social scene. As law enforcement officers, we want to mitigate the dangers so that teens and young adults can safely enjoy their free time. We urge parents and teens to join us in doing so. Here are some issues to consider

     

    Unsupervised parties

  • Lockheed Martin will assemble new GPS satellites

     

    Lockheed Martin is building a new assembly facility at its Waterton Canyon campus where up to 12 of the next generation of GPS satellites will be put together.

    Completion of the building is expected by the fourth quarter of 2011, at which point components manufactured at the company’s locations around the country will begin being put together. The first satellite, a GPS IIIA unit, is scheduled to be finished in 2014.

  • Patrol-car cameras track passing vehicles

      Three sheriff’s patrol cars in Jeffco’s fleet are now equipped with cameras that track and record every passing car.

    The Sheriff’s Office is among the latest organizations to employ license plate scanners, a technology that reads license plates through the use of cameras mounted atop the vehicles.

  • Planning commission OKs development west of Hogback

    The contentious Lyons Ridge housing development took a step forward Aug. 11, as the Jeffco planning commission unanimously approved a final plat for 230 homes directly west of the Hogback.

    The land, former home to Colorado Christian University’s campus, would be sold to Shea Homes, which developed most of Highlands Ranch along with its parent company, Shea Properties.