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Governor candidates keep slugging as election nears

Republican state Treasurer Walker Stapleton and Democratic U.S. Rep. Jared Polis clashed again over health care, guns and Colorado's energy future in the fifth one-on-one debate of their … more

Trunk or Treat returns to Thornton Oct. 20

Thornton’s Carpenter Park Fields, 108th Avenue and Colorado Boulevard transforms for a spooktacular event from 6-9 p.m. Oct. 20 for Trunk or Treat. This is a creative and fun Halloween event lets … more

Northglenn police thinking pink

Northglenn police will be cruising in style this Breast Cancer Awareness Month. To raise awareness, the department has wrapped one of its SUVs in pink vinyl. The chosen car is a general-purpose … more

Westminster approves water rate hike 4-1

The city will go ahead with a planned water rate hike, councilors decided at their Oct. 8 meeting. Councilors voted 4-1 to increase water rates by about $11 per month next year and another $11.50 in … more

Webster set for trial in road rage shooting

The Colorado Springs man accused of shooting a mother and killing her teenage son last summer in the parking lot of an 80th and Sheridan dentist office will stand trial, Adams County Judge Don Quick … more

Flash Philanthropy comes to Adams County

If it’s true that charity is not just about the recipient but that the act of giving and being involved is just as important for those who are giving, Rick Sierra and Adams County’s Guys Who Give … more

Officials with business edge vie for Colorado governor's seat

In the governor’s race, Coloradans have a choice between two candidates with business acumen who have each served in their current public offices for about a decade. Republican Walker Stapleton, … more

Colorado governor candidates juggle local issues

To hear the candidates, their campaigns and political ads tell it, voters might get the impression the race for Colorado’s governor seat is all about President Donald Trump. But up close, the … more

Ostrem pleads guilty in 2017 Wal-Mart shooting, murder of three

The man accused of killing three in a Thornton Wal-Mart pleaded guilty, according to the District Attorney's office.District Attorney Dave Young said Scott Ostrem faces three life prison sentences … more

News in a Hurry

Stargate teacher earns national recognition Meaghan Walsh,a teacher at Thornton’s Stargate School has been named a 2018 AGS Geography Teacher Fellow by the American Geographical Society. Walsh … more

Few surprises as state candidates meet

State legislature candidates shared views on a variety of issues during a forum hosted by the Westminster Chamber of Commerce at Covernent Village Oct. 6. Grady Nouis, R-Westminster, is challenging … more

School safety task force calls for proactive approach

The goal of the Jefferson County Public Schools’ community safety and security task force recommendations are to move from a reactive to proactive response when it comes to the safety and security … more

Quirky combinations are unique attractions for area businesses

The Denver metro area has it all — diverse entertainment in spectacular venues; vast shopping options from big box retail to small, family-owned businesses; and a variety of dining establishments. … more

Attorney general race draws sharp line between candidates' approaches

One prosecuted the Aurora theater shooter. The other worked as an assistant to Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg. One's the elected district attorney in a south metro district of more than 1 … more

Get to know the state ballot measures

Colorado voters will decide on 13 state-level measures, addressing big issues like education and road funding, oil and gas setbacks, and congressional redistricting. The measures are of three types: … more

Secrest Rec Center in Arvada opens to the public

The new Secrest Recreation Center, the last and most substantial projects of a group of six bond projects approved by voters in May 2016, is now open to the public. The Secrest Recreation Center site … more

Residents worry about rising water rate bills

Saying it needed to make a difficult decision — and against the wishes of many residents — the Westminster City Council voted Sept. 24 to increase water rates and tap fees across the city. “I … more

Being an adult is hard work

Adulting has become a popular term that means “the practice of behaving in a way characteristic of a responsible adult,” according to the Oxford Living dictionary. That can include holding down a … more

Zellmer trial delayed, set for next March

A juvenile accused of killing a 10-year-old Thornton girl in June 2017 won’t go to trial until March 2019, a judge ruled Sept. 27. Judge Sharon Holbrook granted a continuance to the defense team … more

Celebrating and shopping at new Thornton mall

Every store in the new Denver Premium Outlet might not have been open when developers and city officials cut the ribbon Sept. 27 — but most of them were. “We were actually farther along than we … more
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