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Today's News

  • Donation box at Buffalo Creek trailhead burglarized

    The Jeffco Sheriff's Office is searching for two people of interest who are wanted in connection with a stolen donation pole at Buffalo Creek Trailhead.
    According to the Sheriff's Office, the donation pole, which was located in the 18000 block of South Buffalo Creek Road, was burglarized during the evening of Sept. 7.
    Surveillance photos, released by JCSO, show two people — a man and a woman — at the scene during that time. They were seen with a vehicle described as a red Ford Taurus with a black front driver's seat quarter panel.

  • Jeffco collaborative promoting mental health training

    A collaborative group is working to destigmatize mental health in Jefferson County by promoting and coordinating a countywide expansion of Mental Health First Aid.
    The program, which is similar to CPR, trains the everyday person how to identify when someone is in crisis and then coaches the person through what to say and how to help with the intention of connecting the person to professional resources.

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  • 1830s Rendezvous takes attendees on a trip back in time

    Hailey Hunt flashed a big smile as she posed with Henry Crawford — and a half-cooked buffalo tongue.
    The 8-year-old and her mother, Janet, for the first time attended the 1830s Rendezvous at The Fort in Morrison last weekend. And they were not the only ones who marveled at Crawford’s boiling buffalo tongue, either.
    Janet and Hailey, who live in Littleton, eyed the piece of meat with curiosity. While it looked a bit strange, they both agreed they would give it a try.
    “I’m not going to turn it down,” Janet said with a smile.

  • Wildfires are a reset button for nature

    Several years have elapsed since Colorado’s foothills have seen significant fires, but the haze that persisted over our skies reminds us that the danger of forest fires is real. We worry about homes, pets and memories. But with wildfire as the most serious threat to our state, what happens to the wild animals when the fires ignite and begin rapidly spreading along with its acrid smoke and extreme heat?
    For pets and livestock, there are plans in place.

  • Former Jeffco child welfare worker indicted on counts of forgery

    A former Jefferson County Human Services worker has been accused of falsifying information in 12 child abuse and neglect complaints.

  • EPAD earns prestigious designation

    Evergreen Public Access Defibrillation, a local nonprofit devoted to facilitating access to automated external defibrillators and increasing CPR education in Evergreen, has been awarded the highest designation from the Heart Safe Foundation — meaning that EPAD’s work has made Evergreen one of the better prepared communities for heart attacks.

  • Homeowners association members seek feedback on EFR property

    Members of the Evergreen Meadows homeowners association are considering a request from the Evergreen Fire Protection District to change an allowed use for a property the department owns in the area that it would like to sell.

    According to Pete Dunbar, president of the Evergreen Meadows HOA, about 25 percent of the HOA members have voted on a request to allow the building near County Road 73 and Malamute Drive deeded to the EFPD in 1975, to be used as a residence — a move that would facilitate the district’s efforts to sell the property.

  • Bubonic plague found in a pair of Conifer cats

    The Jeffco health department is warning area residents to be on the lookout for signs of the bubonic plague in their pets after a cat in Conifer recently died from the disease.

  • Importance of a nonpartisan school board race

    Jason Glass