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This year’s District 50 Education Foundation Community Breakfast will feature 1972 Ranum High School graduate and Columbine High School principal Frank DeAngelis. The event is called Connecting Hearts, Giving Hope Community Breakfast and is set … more
Trueffect in Westminster was recently named to Forbes Magazine’s list of America’s Most Promising Companies in 2014, coming in at number 68 out of 100 companies. The list recognizes the leading privately-held, high growth companies that boast … more
Over five miles of new trails will be built this year in Westminster adding to over 80 miles of trails already established throughout the city. The additional trails are all off-road trails that will wind through open space areas and parks. Most … more
The Adams County Building Safety Division has denied a Feb. 17 request made by David Weekley Homes to issue eight Temporary Certificates of Occupancy for homes in the Midtown development located in southwest Adams County. In December, Adams County … more
The Adams County Board of Commissioners will host a town hall meeting in Aurora on Tuesday, March 11, 6:30-8 p.m., to solicit feedback on the county’s 2014 priorities and discuss regional issues. The meeting, which will take place at the Fletcher … more
Westminster City Council voted on the following legislation during the Feb. 25 meeting. Council members in attendance were Mayor Herb Atchison, Mayor Pro Tem Faith Winter and councilors Bob Briggs, Emma Pinter, Alberto Garcia, Bruce Baker and Anita … more
Council unanimously authorized the city manager to execute a contract with the low bidder, American West Construction, LLC, in the amount of $653,550 to complete pipeline repairs in Lowell Boulevard, plus a contingency of $65,355 for a total … more
Council unanimously authorized the city manager to award the bid for the replacement of exercise strength equipment for West View Recreation Center to Commercial Fitness Solutions, Inc. in the amount of $85,715. more
Council unanimously passed Councilor’s Bill No. 4 on first reading appropriating funds from the Wastewater Capital Projects Reserve in the amount of $287,600 for the 87th Avenue and Wadsworth Boulevard Lift Station Project. Council also authorized … more
Not many people can say they’ve landed their dream job. But for Jason Wright, taking a position at Front Range Community College was just that. In 2008 he was hired as the coordinator of student activities at the Westminster campus to support, … more
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