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Police and fire officials spread out across the area Aug. 1, not to respond to emergencies but to make friendly contact with residents and promote good will, the local effort for the National Night Out celebration. Northglenn police helped … more
Voters have yet another change to consider on the November 2018 ballot for Colorado's 7th Congressional District. Congressman Ed Perlmutter, D-Arvada, announced on Aug. 21 his decision to run for re-election to keep his House seat representing … more
Adams County business leaders will consider how to get and keep employees at a Brighton event Aug. 25. The Metro North Chamber of Commerce’s Development Council is hosting a Workforce Summit at 7:30 a.m. Aug. 25 at the Adams County Workforce … more
A Horizon High School teacher who focuses on teaching language skills to English language learners is one of seven finalists for the state Teacher of the Year award. Amy Rehberg, a 24-year veteran teacher at Adams 12 Five Star School’s Horizon … more
Hundreds descended on the state Capitol in Denver on Aug. 20 to rally for peace and oppose war in North Korea, the use of nuclear weapons, racial violence and terrorism in the United States. “We’re here to speak truth to power in Denver,” … more
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 … more
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 … more
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 … more
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 … more
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 … more
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