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Putting faith to work

Since the late 1990s, Stan Brown and his wife, Tami, have been teaching Kazakhstani farmers to grow apples and other fruit trees. The Browns live in Castle Rock now, but they lived full-time in Kazakhstan until 2010. Stan returns to the Central …
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Anxious times

As part of a five-part, 3-D exhibit on mental illness she created for her high school senior project, Olivia Stewart crafted hard wire protruding from a red velvet heart wrapped in a cement pair of lungs. She called it "Anxiety." When Stewart …
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Democrats fare well in commissioners' races in Adams County

It was a good night for Democrats in Adams County on Tuesday, as candidates from the political party won a pair of races for county commissioner, and another one of the party's candidate was holding …
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Input sought for Westminster Station Area Plan

The City of Westminster is welcoming comments on the Westminster Station Area Plan, which will establish a comprehensive new zoning district for the area around the new Westminster Station, providing a nonstop commuter rail line to downtown …
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    • ARC store offers ‘unique’ holiday gift ideas

      Choosing the perfect holiday gift can sometimes be a challenge, but it isn’t always meant to be, especially if the exchange is part of a white elephant party. A white elephant party involves the giving of wacky presents that are unique and …

    • Annual WinterFest slated for this weekend in Thornton

      There’s something fun waiting for family members of all ages at this year’s Thornton WinterFest. The community holiday gathering takes place at Carpenter Park Fields, at the corner of 108th Avenue and Colorado Boulevard, on Dec. 9 from 6:30 to 9 …

    • An exit interview with Jan Pawlowski

      Before Jan Pawlowski began a 15-year career in Adams County politics, she was a volunteer member of the Parks and Recreation Advisory Board in Brighton, working to improve public spaces and the quality of life in that city. She has held many roles …

    • STEM Lab student shares secrets of his success

      When 10-year-old Jack Bonneau, of Broomfield, asked his parents for a Lego Star Wars Death Star set in 2014, they told him, sure, he could get it. But he’d have to raise the $400 for the toy on his own. “(My parents) said, ‘Why don’t you …

    • Mapleton school district tax measure wins approval

      A tax measure to improve buildings in the Mapleton School District north of Denver has been approved — and narrowly avoided a recount — in unofficial final returns. The district’s $150 million bond measure was too close to call, and the …