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A Thornton street and a city skatepark will now honor two heros, both who died while serving their country. The Thornton City Council voted on June 13 to honor two members of the military, each with distinctive service records, who ultimately … more
Westminster city officials hope to start construction this fall on the first part of a three-phase $9.15 million project at Westminster Station. The first phase of Westminster Station Park will be a nature playground costing about $3.71 … more
Combine bicycles, healthy food advocates and a passion for health equity and you get the third annual Food Rescue Ride — the Aug. 19 noncompetitive bicycle event in Cherry Creek State Park. The fundraiser supports Denver Food Rescue, a … more
A 15-year-old boy was formally charged with murder Wednesday in the death of 10-year-old Kiaya Campbell. While the boy has not been identified by officials because he is a minor, Adams County … more
Thomas the Tank Engine is seen as just as much of a rock star among preschoolers as The Beatles among teens in the 1960s, said Donald Tallman, the executive director of the Colorado Railroad Museum. “Thomas is multigenerational,” Tallman … more
Work on a new 2.4-million-square-foot Amazon fulfillment and robotics sorting facility in Thornton should begin this month with a planned August 2018 opening. The new facility should bring in an estimated 1,500 jobs, with more expected during the … more
Amy Rehberg, who teaches English to immigrant students at Horizon High School, comes from a family of educators. Her parents, grandmothers, and several aunts, uncles and cousins are teachers. But Rehberg decided to take a different career path … more
Westminster officials hope to provide 15,000 more summertime lunches in 2017 than they did last year, part of a statewide effort to cut back on food insecurity that kicked off June 7. Westminster Public School officials joined representatives … more
Whether they were tearing apart household electronics, building something from scratch or inventing a new use for duct tape, the 95 children at Camp Invention in Thornton learned to work as a team and to rely on their problem-solving and … more
Goats will be making return visit to the Anythink Library system, with seven visits in a petting zoo format in June. This will be the fourth year the library system has brought in a small herd of the animals for residents to pet, feed and learn … more
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