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Today's News

  • 2016-17 girls basketball capsule previews

    CHATFIELD LADY CHARGERS
    Head coach: Mike Deutsch
    Assistant coaches: Terry Nickels, Alex Smith
    2015-16 record: 7-17, 4-10 5A Jeffco League

  • 2016-17 boys basketball capsule previews

    CHATFIELD CHARGERS
    Head coach: Steve Schimpeler
    2015-16 record: 24-3, 14-0 5A Jeffco League
    Players to watch: Joe Miks, Sr., G; Mike Vrabel, Sr., G; Alex Beckley, Sr., PG; Titus Reed, Sr., F, Lucas St. Germain, Sr., G.

  • Chatfield’s run to semifinals started back in the summer

    LAKEWOOD — For Colton Hochevar, one of 12 seniors on the Chatfield Senior High football team, the 2016 season meant everything to him.

    “It absolutely changed my life. I look at life completely different and appreciate the little things,” Hochevar said.

  • Chargers' season comes to a crashing halt

    LAKEWOOD — As soon as David Moore III broke through the line on 4th-and-1 from the Chatfield 24 on his way to the end zone, the collective wind was taken out of Chatfield’s sail. The Chargers faithful sitting in the west stands at Jefferson County Stadium on Nov. 26 were silent.

    It was over.

  • Investigators say Green Mountain Fire was suspicious
  • Candlelight Walk kicks off holiday season

    Holiday spirit filled the frosty air Friday in downtown Littleton, and Christmas jingles resounded through the streets. 

    Thousands packed Main Street and beyond for the town’s 33rd annual Candlelight Walk, hoping to catch a glimpse of Santa Claus a few weeks early. 

  • Mountain lion chases off-leash dog in Morrison

    A Morrison area resident and his dog encountered a mountain lion on their walk last week, and the cougar chased the canine some distance before running off.

    According to Jennifer Churchill at Colorado Parks & Wildlife, the man was walking his dog on Wild Turkey Trail near Red Rocks Country Club on Nov. 21. He let the dog off her leash, and she ran ahead of him and out of his sight.

  • Remembering a real American hero

    Several weeks ago a group of World War II veterans quietly gathered in Atlanta for what in all likelihood would be their final reunion. All in their 90s, they were the last remnant of a group of American volunteers that secretly traveled overseas in 1941 to fly combat missions against a brutal Japanese offensive in Asia. Their heroic exploits earned them the nickname “Flying Tigers.” To this day the Chinese speak of them in reverent tones, and few Flying Tigers were more revered than the spirited squadron leader known as Scarsdale Jack.

  • Jeffco library receives grant of $131,272

    The Jeffco Public library announced last week it has received a state grant that will be used for the purchase of educational materials.

    The grant, which totals $131,272, was awarded by the Colorado State Library through the State Grants to Libraries Act. The funds will be budgeted as 2017 revenue and will be used to purchase books for the library’s childhood literacy programs, a Jeffco Public Library news release stated.

  • Public input sought on possible C-470 upgrades

    Public input is now being sought on potential improvements to C-470 from Kipling Parkway to Interstate 70.

    After completing the beginning stages of an 18-month study, CDOT and the WestConnect Coalition want to know what motorists and residents think about possible future improvements to the highway.

    The “planning and environmental linkages” study is designed to develop short- and long-term transportation alternatives, help reduce traffic congestion, and improve safety for all users.