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Legacy High School’s drama department will use its 2017 fall production to fill two charitable needs, helping people in Houston recover from Hurricane Harvey and helping local pets. The school presents its fall play, “Harvey,” 6:30 p.m. … more
Adams County’s new human services building will feature artwork that gives a nod to the site’s past. Adams County Commissioners gave the OK to award a contract last month to Des Moines-based RDG Dahlquist Art Studio. RDG was one of five … more
Victim services unit looks for help The Thornton-Northglenn Victim Services Unit is accepting applications for volunteer victim advocate positions. Advocate volunteers provide on-scene crisis support to victims and witnesses of violent crimes, … more
I’m from Tucson, Arizona. I moved out here because I was looking for a change, but still wanted to be near the mountains. I love the mountains. Growing up in Tucson I always knew where I was going based on which mountain range was in front of … more
With work on Amazon’s Thornton warehouse moving along on schedule, Metro North city officials say they may be ready for more involvement from the retail giant. “Practically speaking, we are going to see growth in this region that will be of … more
More than something a Firefighter wears on their head, a helmet tends to be much more of a keepsake. “I know a lot of the guys like to save them as they get promoted, over time,” Thornton Fire Chief Gordie Olson said. “They have one that … more
Initial results from a study conducted by Westminster Public Schools have found a significant benefit for children who attend full day preschool versus half day programs. “These results show that there is definitely an impact on students after … more
Local schools have a duty to close the gap for poorer students, Adams 12 Superintendent Chris Gdowski told a crowd as a new Thornton High School student health clinic in opened Sept. 13. “We’ve got to do this, to bring in some new things to … more
Thornton Police are looking for a robber who mugged a woman as she withdrew cash from Colorado Boulevard ATM Thursday morning Sept. 14. The suspect was described as a black male, between five-foot-eight-inches tall and five-foot-ten inches tall, … more
Nerves were high, but so was musicality as 15 Jefferson County high school marching bands took the field for their first performance of the season at the Jeffco Marching Band Festival held Sept. 19 … more
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