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Today's News

  • Nemechek reaches milestone

    Traci Nemechek has always been a coach that puts the team before herself.

    On Jan. 15, Nemechek’s players made sure she got a taste of the limelight.

  • Group preparing to campaign for Foothills tax boost

    Supporters of the Foothills Park and Recreation District are preparing to direct a positive campaign should the district seek a property tax increase in May.

  • Kipling Villas offers a green and safe location

    Residents of Kipling Villas find benefits in location. On the one hand is the system of greenbelts bisecting the neighborhood. On the other, easy access to the restaurants and retail of South Jeffco has appeal.

    “We’ve lived here about 15 years now, and one of the reasons we moved here at the time was we wanted to be closer to Clement Park,” said Ken Schauer, an active Kipling Villas resident. “The prices in Kipling Villas were lower than the prices in Woodmar, so we ended up buying a house here so we could get more for our money.”

  • The ski ball of misfortune

    The ski ball of misfortune

  • Storey gearing up for re-election bid

    Jeffco District Attorney Scott Storey says he wants to continue what he’s started at the DA’s office and hopes Jeffco voters will give him another four years to do it.

    On Jan. 16, Storey announced his bid for re-election in November to a room full of supporters at the Jefferson County Fairgrounds.

  • Jeffco appeals decertification of voting equipment

    Jeffco voting officials took another step in the fight to defend their voting equipment by appealing the secretary of state’s decision to decertify the machines.

    “Since we were prohibited from participating in the testing process, we are still only getting small glimpses into what that looked like; however, under state law, we have to proceed with this appeal with what limited information we have been allowed to access so far,” Jeffco Clerk and Recorder Pam Anderson said after the appeal was filed Jan. 16.

  • GOP officials weigh in on Congrove's future

    *Editor's Note: Jim Congrove announced Jan. 22 that he would not seek re-election as District 1 Commissioner, after normal print production deadlines. Look for further updates on this site and in the upcoming print edition.

    Fresh off the second criminal probe he has faced as a county commissioner, Jim Congrove says he hasn’t decided if he’s going to run for re-election to the District 1 commissioner seat this fall.

  • Congrove won't seek re-election

    Jeffco District 1 Commissioner Jim Congrove will not seek re-election this fall, according to a statement from the Jefferson County Republican Party.

    Congrove said through the statement that he is endorsing Jeffco Treasurer Faye Griffin for his seat, which represents northern Jeffco.

    Griffin will face off against state Sen. Sue Windels, D-Arvada, for the commission seat, according to filings in the county clerk's office.

  • Eagles overcome halftime deficit, top Chargers

    All the Eagles needed was some heat to get them to play their game.

    The Chargers gave them what they wanted.

    Chatfield took a 27-26 lead at halftime in the Jan. 18 girls basketball game against Dakota Ridge, but that’s just what the Eagles were looking for to find their inspiration.

  • Charger boys cruise to victory over Eagles in Jeffco opener

    After getting kicked around at times during a brutal nonleague schedule, the Chatfield Chargers finally got to return the favor.

    The fact that it was the start of Class 5A Jefferson County League play made it sweet.

    The fact that it was rival Dakota Ridge on its home floor made it a slice of dreamland.