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Today's News

  • Office building under construction in Ken Caryl Business Park

     

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    Construction workers were placing steel beams on the frame of a three-story building under construction in the Ken Caryl Business Park on West Chatfield Avenue on Jan. 13.

  • Outlaw Yoga studio opens in Old Town Littleton

    Yoga instructors Justin Kaliszewski and Megan Zamora are proud of their new studio in Old Town Littleton with a unique name: Outlaw Yoga. A welcoming space with soft green walls and polished wood floors, the yoga studio offers 30 classes a week, which include meditation and restorative yoga.

    However, the trademark brand of yoga that Kaliszewski and Zamora teach is physically challenging and technically simple at the same time. And it’s a lot of fun, Kaliszewski said.

  • Clear Creek school board members discuss need for high-speed Internet

    Clear Creek school board members urged the county commissioners to continue their quest to find a high-speed Internet service provider, to help students who live in remote areas of the county.

    They said students need the Internet to complete homework assignments, and they shouldn’t be forced to find other ways to get their work done.

    They asked the commissioners to ensure that Internet in remote areas would not be too costly, and they discussed the feasibility of creating student cyber cafes in the interim.

  • Chargers face the state’s best

    LITTLETON — Chatfield saw up and close why Pomona is the heavy favorite to win the Class 5A state team wrestling title this winter season.

    The Chargers suffered a 77-0 defeat in a 5A Jeffco League dual Jan. 14 at Chatfield High School. The Panthers had eight pins, two technical falls, a major decision and one victory by decision in the dozen matches wrestled. Pomona also picked up two forfeit wins.

  • Dakota Ridge dominates Columbine in boys hoops action

    LITTLETON — Thomas Bravo and Devante Jones were sizzling from the field Jan. 13 at Dakota Ridge High School.

    In front of a nearly standing-room only crowd for the Class 5A Jeffco League boys basketball showdown between Columbine and Dakota Ridge, Bravo and Jones combined to shoot 14-for-19 from the field for 36 points. Dakota Ridge stayed undefeated in the league play, cruising to an easy 73-40 victory over its cross-town rival.

  • Eagle girls hold off improving Rebels

    LITTLETON — Veteran experience was invaluable for Dakota Ridge’s girls basketball team Jan. 13.

    The Eagles held a minuscule one-point lead, 36-35, early in the fourth quarter against rival Columbine at Dakota Ridge High School. The young Rebels looked on the verge of a monumental upset. However, the senior-laden Eagles (9-4, 4-0 in the Class 5A Jeffco League) dominated the final six minutes outscoring Columbine 15-4 to close out the game and squelch the upset bid with a 51-39 victory for the Eagles.

  • Keyser announces candidacy for U.S. Senate

    Rep. Jon Keyser, the Republican who represents a state House district that includes a portion of Ken-Caryl, has announced his candidacy for the U.S. Senate seat held by Democrat Michael Bennet. 

    The Morrison resident was elected in House District 25 in 2014, succeeding three-term representative Cheri Gerou, also a Republican.

  • LOCAL BRIEFS: Szabo takes over as commission chair; CASA seeks volunteers

    Szabo takes over as commission chair

    Jeffco County Commissioner Libby Szabo will serve as chair of the three-person board during 2016.

    Commissioner Casey Tighe had filled the role for the past year. 

  • Jeffco school district set to hire new communications director

    The Jeffco school board is set to vote Thursday on a new chief communications officer for the district, a position that has been vacant since June.

    The board will vote whether to hire candidate Diana Wilson, a Lakewood resident whose background includes nearly eight years as a spokeswoman for the Westminster Fire Department and a stint serving on Lakewood’s City Council.

  • Jeffco prepares for arrival of immigrant kids

     The potential spring arrival of up to 1,000 undocumented Central American children at a Jeffco federal facility should have few impacts on local law enforcement and the community, according to a spokeswoman for the Administration of Children and Families, which is overseeing the program.