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Area Seniors say "Thank You" to Teachers

Seniors from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints spend an evening honoring teachers. More

Local Illustrator Holding Book Signing At Tattered Cover Aspen Grove!

Jake’s Nature Guide: Rocky Mountains has just been released and the illustrator and author will be at the Tattered Cover Aspen Grove on April 1st at 7:00 pm for a book signing event. The illustrator, local woman Phyllis Danenhauer, says, “This is a convenient and easy to use book that explains all aspects of the natural world and will help readers identify the most common species of the Rockies. More

Irena's Beauty Shoppe has new talent!!!

Hey neighbors! Just a quick hello to let you all know that Irena's Beauty Shoppe on 66th and Oberon has been taken over by some new talent! With over 16 years combined Aveda training, Heidi and Tracy are here for all of your color and cutting needs! Please stop in to check out our renovation and introduce yourselves! More

Columbine Library to Close for Construction Sunday, April 9

Columbine Library to close for construction Sunday, April 9. Alternative Services to begin Monday, April 10 at 8055 W Bowles Ave. More

Community Health Classes Offered in April

COAW, the Consortium for Older Adult Wellness, is offering free community health classes in Golden and Westminster that begin in April. More

Coloradans Missing Out on the Earned Income Tax Credit

The Earned Income Tax Credit is one of the nation's largest anti-poverty tools. Unfortunately, Colorado has one of the nation's lowest participation rates. More

RRCC’s Joan Smith Honored in Denver Business Journal’s 2017 Top Women in Energy

RRCC’s Joan Smith Honored in Denver Business Journal’s 2017 Top Women in Energy More

ADAPT Welcomes New Member Big Metal Additive

BMA brings large additive manufacturing capabilities for aluminum parts More

Aurora symphony maestro boosts international acclaim

Aurora Symphony Maestro selected to conduct International Clarinet Festival "Clarifest 2017" in Guatemala City – June 29, 2017. More

Red Rocks Community College Presents World War I Day

Experiential learning event commemorates The Great War More

Generation Schools Network Partnering with Columbine High school to host Military and Protective Services Career Exploration Workshop

“Generation Schools Network has been privileged to assist Columbine with this event as part of our work to support integration of robust college/career readiness opportunities at schools across Colorado. This event demonstrates an exemplary commitment by Columbine High School to the 20% of students that need knowledge of post-secondary options outside of coll More

Former Senator and Colorado Early Colleges Founder Honored for Contributions to Colorado Education

Keith King founder/administrator for Colorado Early Colleges (CEC) in Parker, was among several Colorado educators recognized by The Education Center this month. More

Certified physician assistant at red rocks community college physician assistant program nationally recognized

CERTIFIED PHYSICIAN ASSISTANT AT RED ROCKS COMMUNITY COLLEGE PHYSICIAN ASSISTANT PROGRAM NATIONALLY RECOGNIZED More

Official Attempt to be Officially Amazing!

Local High School invites community to join them as they attempt to break an official Guinness World Record on April 8th at 9.am. More

Rivers of Light: Portraits of Power & Transformation

"The face is the crystal on which light is most expressive" - see the connection in the art of Rivers of Light: Portraits of Power & Transformation by Albert Stern. More

Columbine Library Remodel Coming Soon

Jefferson County residents are invited to join Jefferson County Public Library for an update on the upcoming Columbine Library remodel. Community update meetings will be held at the Columbine Library. More

Golden native trades in sales for scrubs

Golden native Michael McGlue wasn't happy with his career as a pharmaceutical salesman. So he started preparing for medical school -- at age 37. Today, he's a physician. More

Ascent Classical Academy Applying to Become a Douglas County K-12 Charter School

Ascent Classical Academy is replicating and submitting a charter application to Douglas County Schools. This will be a K-12 school offering a classical education in the liberal arts and sciences. More

Local Community Health Center, Metro Community Provider Network, Welcomes New CEO

The Metro Community Provider Network (MCPN) Board of Directors will officially appoint local healthcare leader, Ben Wiederholt, as their new CEO replacing the current CEO of 24 years. More

Classic Cars Explore Colorado On The Hagerty Silver Summit Adventure

An estimated fifty classic sports cars will explore three days of Colorado back roads in May on the Hagerty Silver Summit Classic Car Adventure, hosted by Classic Car Adventures. More