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What was once the Pleasant DeSpain Sr. Schoolhouse at 7200 Lowell Blvd., has now been transformed into the Westminster History Center. And after weeks of planning, organizing and gathering historical documents, the center is opening to the … more
Westminster resident Rachel Vezina is on a mission to change a city ordinance to allow for backyard chickens, ducks and bees. The horticulture student recently acquired 300 petition signatures in support of allowing Westminster residents to raise … more
For those who were adamantly opposed to a bill that would require parents to be better educated about child vaccinations, the possible final version of the legislation shouldn't hurt a bit. more
Adams County Sheriff’s Deputy Henry Ford, 37, has been charged with incest and sexual assault. Ford appeared in court Tuesday and was advised of the filing of charges of sexual assault on a child as a pattern of conduct (F3) sexual assault on a … more
Although the session is coming to a close in the next couple weeks, work for Rep. Dominick Moreno hasn’t slowed. The District 32 representative continues to be focused on the needs of his constituents in parts of Commerce City and southwest … more
Third-grade students in three Adams 12 schools are part of a new program dedicated to promoting the prevention of drug, tobacco and alcohol use and abuse. Similar to the DARE program, the Homer and Me book program is an effort among the … more
Westminster City Council voted on the following legislation during the April 14 meeting. Council members in attendance were Mayor Herb Atchison, Mayor Pro Tem Faith Winter and councilors Bob Briggs, Alberto Garcia, Bruce Baker and Anita Seitz. more
Council unanimously passed Councilor’s Bill No. 11 on first reading appropriating $585,000 to the 120th Avenue Underpass Project as an advance of the Adams County share of the project’s construction costs. The city has a desire to construct a … more
Council unanimously authorized the payment of $1,179,322 to the Regional Transportation District, RTD, for the design of a city requested betterment of the Westminster Station platform. The city and RTD entered into an Intergovernmental Agreement, … more
Council unanimously authorized the city manager to execute a contract with the low bidder, T2 Construction, Inc., in the amount of $207,569 for the Quails Crossing Playground Renovation Project with a 10 percent contingency of $27,756 for a total … more
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