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Today's News

  • Entree Vous: Make-and-take concept aims to unite families, aid community

    Elaine Bernarding simply wanted to bring the entire family back to the dinner table when she opened Entre Vous about six months ago.

    Now she says her “grab-and-go” concept is becoming part of the community. Located at the Coal Mine Shopping Center at the southeast corner of West Coal Mine Avenue and South Pierce Street, Entre Vous is an iteration of the take-and-bake dinner model that has gained popularity recently in the metro area.

  • Paschall claims 'payback' as his trial begins

    Former Jeffco Treasurer Mark Paschall — on trial on two felony counts related to an alleged kickback scheme — will argue that Commissioner Jim Congrove set him up in a case of political “payback,” according to opening statements in Paschall’s trial.

    “This case is not about a kickback,” said David Lane, Paschall’s attorney. “It’s about a payback.”

  • Neighborhood works to foster sense of pride

    A trip through the Columbine West neighborhood on a Sunday afternoon finds families playing at the Dutch Creek Elementary playground, couples walking their dogs and neighbors enjoying a quiet day.

    Nestled north of West Coal Mine Avenue and east of South Wadsworth Boulevard, Columbine West is a mature neighborhood where many residents have stayed after raising their families. And the sense of community is genuine, as those involved with the neighborhood’s civic association work to keep a close-knit feeling.

  • Good times are here again

    Sometimes a team gets too focused on winning it all and doesn’t appreciate the little things.

    Other times, teams just take a step back and give thanks for one very important factor – that they have a team at all.

    That’s what the Dakota Ridge wrestling team discovered this year.

  • Chatfield takes home Jeffco League title

    ARVADA — Observing Kaitlynn Jackson prepare to swim is nearly as eventful as watching her cut through the water.

    The Columbine sprinter jams on her iPod during the consolation final while she prepares for her race. On her hand are numbers scrawled in pen and sometimes she points to water as she makes mental notes.

  • Dakota's defense shines in win over Columbine

    From the outset, it was pretty clear what Columbine’s strategy was against girls basketball rival Dakota Ridge.

    Spread the floor and let sophomore point guard Demitra Apergis drive the lane.

    Janelle Baal would have none of it.

  • Chatfield makes statement with win over Wheat Ridge

    Memo to Wheat Ridge: Don’t dis the Chargers.

    What exactly was said and who from Farmerland said it was not something Chatfield boys basketball coach Steve Schimpeler wanted to repeat Feb. 8.

  • Cunningham tops list of local football signees on National Signing Day

    Last year, Ryan Miller was the guy with all the media attention as he finalized his college plans.

    The 2006 Colorado Gatorade Player of the Year from Columbine High School decided to stick close to home and sign with the University of Colorado.

  • Athletes experience range of emotions during National Signing Day

    Even after putting pen to paper, Columbine’s Kelsey Alsdorf had a difficult time coming to terms with what she had just done.

    The Columbine senior was one of 31 local athletes to sign national letters of intent Feb. 6 as part of National Signing Day.

  • Presidential pick of Jeffco Republicans drops out

    Two days after winning a presidential straw poll in Jeffco, Mitt Romney has pulled out of the race.

    "If this were only about me, I would go on," Romney said Feb. 7 during a speech at the Conservative Political Action Conference. "But I entered this race because I love America. And because I love America, I feel I must now stand aside, for our party and for our country."