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Highlands Ranch resident Robert McAdam flew in a Boeing B-17 on a mission once in World War II — and he had to bail out over Nazi-occupied Austria. "I was 23 at the time, and I don't … more
The lead-up to next year’s official opening of the Rocky Flats National Wildlife Refuge has earned some protests, as dozens turned out at a recent public meeting in Arvada to argue against the opening of the site — sixty-five years after Rocky … more
Fourth-grader Brooklyn Guerra really likes art. So on Visit Day, Guerra had fun decorating a puzzle piece with her current classmates at Welchester Elementary School and her future ones, like Amber Ayres, from Pleasant View … more
Jefferson County students are well on their way to becoming the next generation of famed authors. On May 10, the Education Nonprofit Corporation (ENC) had its awards ceremony for the fourth annual Jeffco Writing Challenge and the first I Love to … more
Thornton’s largest festival of the year returns Saturday May 20 to Carpenter Park Fields and is expected to draw as many as 50,000 visitors. ThorntonFest runs from 10 a.m. to 5 a.m. May 20 at the park, 108th Avenue and Colorado … more
It’s seven days before graduation and nine students of the Thornton Recruit Academy suit up to begin scenario training. In a simulation of clearing a building where a security alarm has shown evidence of breaking and entering, four cadets enter … more
“Poverty. Why is it that we can have almost everything here in the United States, and somewhere in the world in another country people are dying and living from very little supplies. I would like to change that so everyone could just get rid of … more
Westminster city councilors might have done away with a controversial plan to manage trash collections last week, but both opponents and proponents say the issue is not going away. Councilor Anita Seitz, a fan of hiring a single private firm to … more
Thornton officials will have their eyes on state-mandated inspections of gas wells and lines and promise to pass the information along to residents. City councilors voted May 8 to require the results from state-mandated inspections of the 99 … more
A common concern about online schools is whether students get the same opportunities to socialize as their peers in traditional ones. But they showed they can have just as much fun when students from four online schools recently enjoyed the … more
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