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Westminster officials will take the stage at the Church Ranch event center Aug. 30 to talk about where the city has come from and forecast where it’s headed. Mayor Herb Atchison and Economic Development Director John Hall will give the main …
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Moon's shadow

The Aug. 21 Great American Eclipse had everyone in the country looking at the sky, hopefully with the proper eye protection. The Westminster campus of Front Range Community College hosted a viewing reception in it’s front parking area, with …
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Westminster Presbyterian Church racks up 125 years

Long before there was a Westminster, there was a Westminster Presbyterian Church. And for the church’s congregation, 125 years is something to celebrate. “One hundred and twenty-five is a big deal in Westminster, and that’s why we want …
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Joanne Littau seems to float as she works, blending strawberries and rhubarb with pectin and lemon juice with the deftness and grace of an orchestra conductor. Ceramic pigs peer down at pots of jam bubbling like cauldrons on the stove of her little …
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    • Council approves Gregory Hill water tanks

      City Councilors said it was the right project but the wrong approach as they gave the final go-ahead Aug. 14 to a water tank replacement project. “The statement has been made that staff was working on this for a long time,” said Mayor Pro Tem …

    • Council adopts plan for parking at Westminster Station

      A plan to pay for parking around Westminster Station moved ahead Aug. 14 with a developer Sherman Associates agreeing to pay additional property taxes to pay for building and maintaining a garage there. Councilors voted to a create a General …

    • Anythink launching Startup month

      Entrepreneurial spirit will be buzzing in September during the Anythink Startup month-long initiative in Adams County. This is the first year that Anythink is holding the event and Stacie Ledden, director of innovations and brand strategy for …

    • My name is...Joann Cortez

      About me I was born in the steel-mill city of Pueblo, Colorado and raised as a child in southern California. Most of my family is in Colorado, but some still in California, New Mexico and Texas. Colorado is my beloved home state and I …

    • Livestock, games and food at Adams County Fair

      There was plenty of music and food as the Adams County Fair kicked off it’s 113th year Aug. 2-6 at the Adams County Regional Park, The fair featured special acts and live music performances as well as carnival rides, plenty of food and judging …