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Adams County will use a $600,000 grant from Great Outdoors Colorado’s Paths to Parks program to construct a new segment of the South Platte River Trail between 104th and 120th avenues. A two-mile gap in the South Platte River Trail through … more
Adams County School District 50 will join two other Colorado school districts to participate in a new education initiative in an effort to help districts and educators to learn from one another in designing and implementing next generation learning … more
Westminster Police Department and The Lassy Project have partnered to create even more security and safety for children of Westminster. Officers recently underwent training with The Lassy Project team teaching them how to best utilize The Lassy … more
Adams County has given more than $3.2 million to 8,646 residents in energy assistance from the county’s LEAP program during the 2013-2014 season. The program runs from Nov. 1 through April 30 each year. “We are extremely pleased with the … more
Monday night's thunderstorm left many around the Denver metro area without power, with reports of downed trees in some areas. According to Xcel Energy, roughly 12,600 customers throughout the area … more
When it comes to buying that hard to find plumbing piece, Standley Shores Ace Hardware in Westminster will most likely carry it. And if it’s not found, the staff will go out of their way to locate it. That kind of dedication to customer service … more
Today, 19-year-old Shannon Maureen Conley, of Arvada, sits in federal custody in a Colorado county jail, facing up to 5 years in a federal prison and up to $250,000 in fines. Charged with conspiracy to provide material support to a designated … more
A wide-ranging group of 50 new laws dealing with everything from Internet crimes to marijuana research to Jessica's Law took effect July 1. The statutes are among 425 bills that passed the Legislature and were signed into law by Gov. John … more
A lawsuit alleges that a mechanism that has been used by the state to slash education funding by about $1 billion is unconstitutional — the latest development in an ongoing battle over how K-12 dollars are … more
Birth rates among Colorado teenagers have dropped by 40 percent over the last five years, a result of a state initiative that aims to help young women avoid unwanted pregnancies, state officials announced last week. “That is not a small drop, … more
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