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Today's News

  • Dueling views OK; actual duels are not

    The recent party caucuses marked the beginning of the political season, which has its World Series in November. This may not be as exciting to most of us as opening day at Coors Field, but the first pitch has been thrown out for the political season.

  • Sheriff's Calls

    At home with Winston and Virginia Slimm

  • 2013-14 all-conference boys basketball, girls basketball

    The following are the 5A Jeffco League all-conference selections for 2013-14 in boys and girls basketball:

    BOYS BASKETBALL
    FIRST TEAM
    Darius Reiter, Chatfield; Marcus Asmus, Standley Lake; Thomas Neff, Arvada West; DJ Miles, Bear Creek; Brandon Wilson, Columbine; Evan O’Dorisio, Lakewood; Jacob Flores, Dakota Ridge; Dallas Walton, Ralston Valley; Cambrian Antrillo, Dakota Ridge; Andrew St. Germain, Chatfield
    SECOND TEAM

  • Miscues costly to Eagles in loss to Grand Junction

    By Craig Harper
    For the Courier
    The news could have been worse for Dakota Ridge. The Eagles surrendered four unearned runs in the first inning of a 6-4 loss to visiting Grand Junction on March 14, then saw No. 1 pitcher Bryce Evans leave the season’s second game in the second with soreness in his throwing elbow.

  • Shoe on the other foot as Rebels fall at Colorado Academy

    By Craig Harper
    For the Courier
    DENVER — When they squared off early last season, Columbine was the veteran boys lacrosse team and Colorado Academy was young and with a new coach. When they met in a 2014 rematch of preseason top-10 teams at Colorado Academy on March 15 it was just the opposite, but no new coach for the Rebels.

  • Chatfield steals victory from Rebels

    LAKEWOOD — Brittany Wilson usually takes Chatfield’s free kicks, but this one was a little farther up the field than normal for the Lady Chargers’ sophomore goalkeeper. With her team in need of a spark against a ball-controlling Columbine squad, the opportunity presented itself for Chatfield to strike, and the Lady Chargers made the most of it.

  • Booster club's treasurer arrested in theft

    The treasurer of a booster club for the Chatfield High School girls volleyball team has been arrested on suspicion of stealing almost $10,000 from the organization. 

    The woman, Kathleen McGrath, 56, is facing one charge of theft. 

    McGrath, a Littleton resident, is accused of stealing $9,976 during her time as treasurer of the Spikers Booster Club from March 2012 to February 2013. 

  • Gerou won’t seek re-election

    State Rep. Cheri Gerou, a prominent Jeffco Republican who is in her sixth year at the statehouse, will not run for re-election in November.

    Gerou, the first female member of the House to chair the powerful Joint Budget Committee, has represented District 25 in western Jeffco since first being elected in 2008. She is planning to return to her architecture career. 

  • Gerou won’t seek re-election

    State Rep. Cheri Gerou, a prominent Evergreen Republican who is in her sixth year at the statehouse, will not run for re-election in November.

    Gerou, the first female member of the House to chair the powerful Joint Budget Committee, has represented District 25 in western Jeffco since first being elected in 2008. She is planning to return to her architecture career.

  • Four candidates running for three Inter-Canyon board seats

    Four candidates, including three incumbents, will vie for three four-year terms on the Inter-Canyon Fire District board in May’s election.

    Kerry Prielipp turned in a self-nomination form and will challenge incumbents Leslie Caimi, Karl Firor and Michael Reddy.

    Another seat up for election on the Inter-Canyon board with a two-year term had only one candidate, incumbent Joe Marcus, and so he will remain on the board, said Dana Retterer, Inter-Canyon’s election official. Board member Ralph Dreher’s seat is not up for election.