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Today's News

  • Sheriff's Calls

    The truth is self-evi-dent

  • Sheriff's Calls

    The truth is self-evi-dent

  • Six candidates singled out for superintendent job

    Jeffco Public Schools has narrowed its pool of finalists for the job of superintendent to six after the school board screened candidates during an executive session held after a special board meeting last Thursday.
    Disclosed over the weekend, the decision came after executive search firm Ray and Associates recommended 11 top candidates to the board, including individuals from Colorado, Florida, Illinois and six other states.

  • Six candidates singled out for superintendent job

    Jeffco Public Schools has narrowed its pool of finalists for the job of superintendent to six after the school board screened candidates during an executive session held after a special board meeting last Thursday.
    Disclosed over the weekend, the decision came after executive search firm Ray and Associates recommended 11 top candidates to the board, including individuals from Colorado, Florida, Illinois and six other states.

  • Six candidates singled out for superintendent job

    Jeffco Public Schools has narrowed its pool of finalists for the job of superintendent to six after the school board screened candidates during an executive session held after a special board meeting last Thursday.
    Disclosed over the weekend, the decision came after executive search firm Ray and Associates recommended 11 top candidates to the board, including individuals from Colorado, Florida, Illinois and six other states.

  • Ken-Caryl, Plains metro districts settle lawsuit

    The Ken-Caryl Ranch Metropolitan District settled a 13-year lawsuit with the Plains Metropolitan District last Friday to the tune of $3.5 million in recreational amenities.

    All of the funds are available to be used by Ken-Caryl for the sole purpose of design and construction of:

    • One or more new, refurbished or renovated swimming pools.

    • One or more new, refurbished or renovated tennis courts.

    • One or more new, refurbished or renovated ball fields.

  • A celebration of language

    On Saturday, Rocky Mountain Deaf School celebrated 200 years of American Sign Language with a day full of history and art.

    Students, faculty, families and other community members packed a dark auditorium at D’Evelyn Junior/Senior High School to learn about the history of ASL and to watch various ASL performances.

    “ASL is a beautiful language,” said Linsay Darnall Jr., an ASL historian. “That’s the reason we’re all here today celebrating ASL.”

  • Morrison looks to put utilities underground in the next year

    The town of Morrison is moving forward with a plan to put the overhead utility lines underground in its downtown area.

    As of now, the planning and budgeting phase of the project is anticipated to be completed in 2017 with construction beginning in early 2018. The goal is to have the project fully completed by spring of 2018 to “minimize impact to the community during summer,” reads a report created by TTG Engineers for Morrison board members.

  • Out of the Darkness walk supports suicide prevention

    All of the members of South Jeffco Girl Scout Troop 50739 have in some way dealt with suicide.

    So the troop decided to do its part in preventing suicide by spreading awareness and raising money. Five years ago, it organized the inaugural Out of the Darkness campus walk, which continues to serve as a fund-raiser for the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention.

    The event is a noncompetitive 3-mile walk around Dakota Ridge High School. It begins at the high school at 11 a.m. this Saturday. Registration begins an hour earlier.

  • Artwork fills Ute Meadows on a magical evening

    There was art aplenty at Ute Meadows Elementary School’s annual Evening of the Arts celebration last Friday.
    More than 2,000 pieces of artwork created by students filled the halls of the elementary school. Ute Meadows also hosted a two-hour student talent show, choir performance and poetry reading. A dance segment was also included this year where students and their families could learn to waltz.
    “The evening is a celebration of the children,” said Alesia Westhead, art teacher at Ute Meadows and organizer of the event.