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City begins looking at water treatment options

City officials will begin looking around Westminster for a good place to put a new water treatment plant with the aim of having it ready for service by 2025. “This is the first phase of longer …
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Preliminary hearing for accused Wal-Mart shooter Feb. 5

The trial of accused Wal-Mart shooter Scott Ostrem should begin next month, with a preliminary hearing at 9 a.m. Feb. 5 in Adams County District Court. Ostrem appeared at a motions hearing before …
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Local legislators discuss their priorities for 2018

Beth Martinez Humenik: Healthcare, transportation top issues Republican Sen. Beth Martinez Humenik represents District 24, which covers Northglenn, Thornton, Westminster and parts of unincorporated …
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Deputy's funeral procession draws massive community turnout

Thousands of people lined the route of Deputy Zackari Parrish's funeral procession in Douglas County this morning, as a motorcade with more than 1,000 law enforcement vehicles made its way from …
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    • Breakfast with Northglenn's Mayor

      Northglenn Mayor Carol Dodge checked in with Northglenn High School’s students Jan. 8 to learn about science and technology programs at the school. “Northglenn High School and the City of …

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      City officials will begin looking around Westminster for a good place to put a new water treatment plant with the aim of having it ready for service by 2025. “This is the first phase of longer …

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