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Every five years, Adams County conducts a community needs survey as part of developing a multi-year strategy for coordinating grant programs that serve low- to moderate-income citizens. Every county resident is encouraged to take a few minutes to … more
Good Shepherd United Methodist Church, 3960 E. 128th Ave. in Thornton, is hosting an American Indian Festival Sept. 27-28. The event is free and designed to honor the diversity of the community. Activities include dancers, drummers, Native … more
The Colorado Authors’ League, CAL, is offering a writing series geared towards all levels of writers, from beginners to advanced. The program is called the Second Saturday Series and will touch on a broad range of topics related to writing and … more
Residents in Westminster will soon have access to a new freestanding emergency department after the Sept. 15 opening of North Suburban Medical Center’s Northwest ER at 112th Avenue and Sheridan Boulevard. This is the second freestanding emergency … more
Severe weather or emergencies can hit any time of year. Tornadoes, hail storms, fires, floods and blizzards are not unusual in Colorado. Here are some tips to be prepared: register phone numbers associated with a home address at … more
When it comes to practice, the Legacy High School band is all business. Once the group of 190 students steps onto the pavement in the school parking lot, not only are they expected to rehearse flawlessly by band director Clay Stansberry, but also by … more
Stan Martin, candidate for county clerk and recorder, credits the people closest to him as his greatest influences. He said Kathy, his wife of 18 years, has taught him to never give up, wake up each day with a purpose, and strive for your goals. … more
Cynthia Martinez, candidate for county clerk and recorder believes she learns something new from someone every day. She said a commitment to collaboration and teamwork is apparent in every aspect of her life, whether it is with her husband Brad … more
A passion for education got Judy Solano involved with politics when she ran first ran for House District 31 in 2005. It was that passion that prompted her to run for re-election three times until she was term-limited last year. It is that … more
As summer ends and autumn begins, temperatures throughout Colorado begin to fall, and soon long-sleeve shirts, pants, sweaters and jackets become everyone's clothing items of choice. As a result, the tan you worked so hard to achieve during the warm … more
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