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Front Range Community College President Andy Dorsey spoke March 30 to the Metro North Chamber of Commerce’s Business and Government Affairs Committee about lessons in workforce development learned from a recent visit to Switzerland. Dorsey was … more
With the fourth-lowest unemployment rate in the nation, 3 percent, Colorado has made mountainous gains when it comes to economic development following the recession that struck in December 2007 and lingered for years. Businesses are flocking to … more
Aliyah Martinez of Lakewood is earning an associate’s degree in precision machining this May, just before her high school graduation. She wants to become a mechanical engineer and believes having a base of knowledge in machining will help her in … more
Adams County’s district attorney announced April 6 he will not charge a bar bouncer in the death of a Denver man after an incident March 12 at LoDo’s Bar and Grill in Westminster. Dave Young, top prosecutor of the 17th Judicial District, said … more
A Broomfield High School teen who smoked marijuana prior to a crash that took the life of a classmate in November 2014 was sentenced last week to two years in the Department of Youth Corrections. Brandon Cullip, 18, received a two-year sentence … more
A bill to enable the Office of Consumer Counsel to represent consumers in any case in front of the Public Utilities Commission passed its first committee test last week. House Bill 16-1376, sponsored by representatives Daneya Esgar (D-46) and … more
The Adams County Commissioners last week adopted a proclamation designating April as Sexual Assault Awareness Month. “Sexual assault is a serious issue in the criminal justice system,” said 17 Judicial District Attorney Dave Young, who along … more
Thirty Westminster High School students were the recipients March 9 of $7,000 in scholarship funding from the Westminster Public Schools Foundation. The funding is earmarked for students participating in the nationally recognized Project Lead the … more
Cold weather and gray skies March 18 could not deter students, teachers and administrators at Witt Elementary from enjoying a new courtyard that Principal Turina Zimmer called the result of a community collaboration. “This courtyard is a true … more
High school art students in the 7 Colorado Congressional District are invited to submit to Congressman Ed Perlmutter’s annual Congressional Art Competition. Following the April 27 deadline for submissions, a reception will be held May 2 at the … more
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