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The proctor reads the word to be spelled, uses it in a sentence for context, then repeats the word. “‘Advice,’” she reads. “‘Parents are known for giving good advice.’” She and the timekeeper chuckle softy at the example sentence … more
Thornton resident Tangi Lancaster, a survivor of sexual assault, stood before the Westminster City Council recently to passionately decry Councilor Bruce Baker's statement that some say put … more
A small number of Adams County property tax statements could be arriving in envelopes marked "Littleton Sewer and Storm Drainage Utility."  About 500 to 3,000 of the 180,000 statements could … more
Some parts of Westminster are easy to mistake for somewhere else — they seem closer to Broomfield or have an Arvada zip code — in spite of being within Westminster’s city limits. Former state Sen. Evie Hudak lives in one such neighborhood, … more
Following a two-month nationwide search, the Westminster Chamber of Commerce has hired Juliet Abdel as its new president. Abdel most recently was operations officer for the Oklahoma Trucking Association, where she grew membership by 100 percent … more
School District 27J is asking the community to help name the new high school under construction at the southeast corner of 136th Avenue and Yosemite Street in Thornton and the future middle school at the southwest corner of that … more
The Jefferson County School Board of Education has taken the next step in its search for a new superintended. To assist in its national search, the district has hired Ray and Associates, Inc., and Iowa-based company that specializes in … more
Thornton police are looking for a male suspect in an attempted kidnapping of a child that occurred Jan. 27 in the Larkridge Shopping Center near Highway 7.   The incident took place as a mother … more
Eliazar Morales of Thornton was sentenced Jan. 26 to six years in prison in a DUI case that represents his ninth conviction for driving under the influence or driving while ability-impaired in … more
A bill that recently advanced in the state Senate would allow teachers and other public school employees who have the proper permit to carry a handgun on campus after completing safety … more
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