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Community Reach Center is inviting community members to join city officials, Adams County business leaders and Community Reach Center leadership and staff for an open house and flag-raising ceremony at its new campus. The flag will be hoisted … more
Firehouse Subs Public Safety Foundation celebrated a life-saving equipment grant awarded to Dacono Police Department with a ceremony Aug. 3 at their Thornton sandwich shop. Local police officers, Firehouse Subs Public Safety Foundation Senior … more
Mike Sexton created a Facebook group called “Honor the Fallen” early last week. On it he invited people to Fort Logan National Cemetery on Sunday to decorate the graves of Muslim-Americans who served in the military. He only expected him and … more
Nobody messes with grandma's meatloaf on this state representative's watch. Rep. Tracy Kraft-Tharp, a District 29 Democrat serving east Arvada and the Jefferson County portion of Westminster, was presented an award July 22 by Colorado Health Care … more
U.S. Rep. Mike Coffman, R-Aurora, has become the first House Republican to expressly distance himself from Donald Trump in a campaign ad. Coffman — who is seeking a fifth term representing the 6th Congressional District — faces a competitive … more
Four men — two from Westminster — are facing racketeering, money laundering and conspiracy charges after they allegedly sold counterfeit Denver Broncos and NFL sports merchandise over a nine-year period at Mile High Flea Market in Commerce City. more
Workplace challenge helps get drivers off the road More than 1,300 trips were taken by 163 cyclists from 32 companies during 36 Community Solutions’ Bike 36 Challenge, from June 13 to … more
Input wanted for Westminster Station Area Plan The City of Westminster is seeking comments on the Westminster Station Area Plan, which will establish a comprehensive new zoning district for the … more
One person is dead following a bizarre, five-vehicle crash earlier this afternoon on I-25.   more
Community and county stakeholders gathered last week under a small tent on a large lot of land at Federal Boulevard and 71st Avenue to break ground on the first transit oriented development near Westminster's new commuter rail station. more
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