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Westminster Fire Department’s public education officer was recognized at an award ceremony last month in Las Vegas as the nation’s top fire safety educator. The National Fire Protection Association in March selected Sherrie Leeka, public … more
The Westminster Mayor was among those who came out to celebrate the launching of the City of Westminster’s new bike share program. In an effort to promote better health and easier commuting options, the City of Westminster teamed up Zagster … more
A national nonprofit group advocating for abused and neglected children in the court system has created a new coalition to help fill the exceeding volunteer needs in Adams and Broomfield counties. Court Appointed Special Advocates of Adams and … more
Deborah Obermeyer and Ro Guenzel are the latest community advocates to be appointed to the Anythink Foundation, a nonprofit supporting creativity and innovation in Adams County by raising private funds for special programs and projects at … more
The former assistant vice president of academic affairs for Mesa University in Grand Junction will now take over as vice president of academic and student affairs for Front Range Community College. Dr. Gillian McKnight-Tutein will serve as FRCC's … more
Following a brief Q&A between audience members and former Bronco wide receiver Ed McCaffrey, John Cody of the Thornton Economic Development Office and Thornton council members took to the stage to present the following awards: • The … more
The University of Colorado A Line, connecting travelers at Denver Union Station to Denver International Airport, began service last week and with it, adjustments were made to RTD’s AB SkyRide service along U.S. Highway 36. According to the City … more
Transportation consultant 36 Commuting Solutions was recently awarded a $160,000 Transportation Demand Management Partnership grant by the Denver Regional Council of Governments to carry out services to mitigate traffic congestion along the U.S. … more
After the March 23 snowstorm that dumped up to 2 feet of wet, heavy snow in many parts of the Denver metro area, homeowners may be wondering how to protect and repair snow-damaged trees in their yards and neighborhoods. Although the first impulse … more
Rick Doucet, CEO of the local nonprofit mental health organization Community Reach Center, was the recipient last week of the 2016 William Funk Award for Building Stronger Communities. Colorado Nonprofit Association honored Doucet March 16 at the … more
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