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, of Westminster, was named to the fall 2014 dean’s honor roll at Kansas Wesleyan University. more
From the hiring of board legal counsel to the implementation of a new compensation plan, it was a charged year for the Jeffco School Board. Below are a few of the top news pieces from the Jeffco School District, presented in general chronological … more
For students hoping to find a career in the sports management industry, a new program offered by Colorado State University may be just the ticket. CSU announced the creation of The Denver Broncos Sports Management Institute Dec. 15 — a program … more
After 20 years in the newspaper business and another 20 in public relations, Dick Johnston decided to give book writing a try. The Westminster man has already published one book, which took over 10 years to write, called , about the continuing … more
The Christmas Tree Recycling Program is available until Jan. 25 at the parking lot below the City Park Fitness Center, 10475 Sheridan Boulevard. Trees may be dropped off any time between 5 a.m. and 10 p.m. Please remove all ornaments and plastic … more
Looking ahead to the future of Westminster, residents approved a sales tax in 1985 specifically to acquire and preserve open space land. Now, the city has nearly reached its goal of preserving 15 percent of the city’s land mass to open space. … more
Just a few short months ago Teresa Morton struggled to find a way to pay for her 6-year-old’s school supplies. But when she registered Samuel for first grade at Tennyson Knolls Elementary School her stress disappeared. “During registration, … more
Louis Zamperini’s tale of surviving a vicious Japanese prisoner of war camp during World War II was unknown to many. Even when Donna Miller, a Golden native and history enthusiast, was asked nearly eight years ago if she had ever heard of Louis … more
'Better communication within our organizations, it's something we strive for and struggle with. Jayson Sale 'To improve our customer services and community relations.' Gene Claps 'In the challenge of the economy, how do you improve … more
A properly installed car or booster seat can cut your child’s risk for injury or death in half, but according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (), three out of four seats are installed wrong. To help ensure child safety, … more
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