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Plans are in the works to create a Local Foods Campus in Westminster

For Westminster resident Dan Borgman, shopping for locally produced food can be a challenge. “We want the best for us and our kids,” he said. “If you’re trying to go out and buy local foods right now, you would have to drive all over. …
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Community is crucial at coffee shops

Entering Zoe’s is like walking into your best friend’s house — handwritten notes are on every table, homemade treats decorate the counter and each space appears to be the best place to catch up with a friend. The space has a Tuscan feel, …
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Family-run corn maze and haunted house sprouts in Thornton

Enter, if you dare, into the Haunted Field of Screams. Seven themed rooms that mirror typical haunted houses are located within the corn field for Maize in the City in Thornton and are decorated in great detail to scare even the toughest of …
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A large crowd of fellow competitors and fans cheered loudly, acknowledging the amazing athletic prowess of those competing in the Sept. 19 Overland Invitational gymnastic meet at which Mountain Range finished fourth in team standings. Pomona won …
Ann Macari Healey

Ann's award-winning column about people, places and issues of everday life is back and will appear every other week.

Ann Macari Healey

Liner Notes

Colorado Community Media's resident audiophile Clarke Reader has launched a new music column. His musings on music and life will appear every other week.

Read his first column here

Penny Parker

On the go and in the know Penny Parker's "Mile High Life" column.

Penny Parker

Featured Events
Today, Iora Primary Care, 8175 N. Sheridan Blvd. Unit N, Arvada, CO
September 18 - October 9, Benet Hill Monastery, 3190 Benet Lane, Colorado Springs, CO
Friday, Colorado School of Mines Green Center, 924 16th Street, Golden, CO