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Westminster city officials hope to start construction this fall on the first part of a three-phase $9.15 million project at Westminster Station. The first phase of Westminster Station Park will be a nature playground costing about $3.71 … more
Combine bicycles, healthy food advocates and a passion for health equity and you get the third annual Food Rescue Ride — the Aug. 19 noncompetitive bicycle event in Cherry Creek State Park. The fundraiser supports Denver Food Rescue, a … more
A 15-year-old boy was formally charged with murder Wednesday in the death of 10-year-old Kiaya Campbell. While the boy has not been identified by officials because he is a minor, Adams County … more
Thomas the Tank Engine is seen as just as much of a rock star among preschoolers as The Beatles among teens in the 1960s, said Donald Tallman, the executive director of the Colorado Railroad Museum. “Thomas is multigenerational,” Tallman … more
Work on a new 2.4-million-square-foot Amazon fulfillment and robotics sorting facility in Thornton should begin this month with a planned August 2018 opening. The new facility should bring in an estimated 1,500 jobs, with more expected during the … more
Amy Rehberg, who teaches English to immigrant students at Horizon High School, comes from a family of educators. Her parents, grandmothers, and several aunts, uncles and cousins are teachers. But Rehberg decided to take a different career path … more
Westminster officials hope to provide 15,000 more summertime lunches in 2017 than they did last year, part of a statewide effort to cut back on food insecurity that kicked off June 7. Westminster Public School officials joined representatives … more
Whether they were tearing apart household electronics, building something from scratch or inventing a new use for duct tape, the 95 children at Camp Invention in Thornton learned to work as a team and to rely on their problem-solving and … more
Goats will be making return visit to the Anythink Library system, with seven visits in a petting zoo format in June. This will be the fourth year the library system has brought in a small herd of the animals for residents to pet, feed and learn … more
If you've heard of beach volleyball, the folks at Northglenn Recreation would like to introduce you to mud volleyball. It's a day of sun, mud, beer and friendly competition, according to organizer Brian Magnett, Northglenn Recreation … more
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