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Colorado is fortunate to have a wide variety of non-game animals, birds and fishery populations that go well beyond the familiar and commonly known official Colorado wildlife and game. Additionally, our state is home to a number of endangered … more
. It just won't go away. Westminster firefighters want to get on the ballot again to seek approval to be recognized as a collective bargaining unit. According to a city staff report, 80 percent of firefighters signed a new petition to place a … more
Adams County commissioners voted recently to impose a six-week moratorium on oil and gas drilling in Adams County. This moratorium impacts potential operations within 1,500 feet of existing development and within municipal growth boundaries. The … more
Several weeks ago I wrote my column about little known Colorado history facts. I said then I would give you some more facts to ponder, and here they are, courtesy of the State Capitol Building Advisory Committee’s state symbols and emblems … more
I would venture to speculate that in the past most people didn’t give much thought to their drinking water. You turn on the tap and the water pours out with adequate pressure with a clear, clean appearance and no odor. Bingo, everything is fine … more
Dear Neil: I have been engaged for 5 months, but we haven’t set a date, mostly because I am afraid of moving forward. My fiance and I have been dating over 3 years. He and I come from different backgrounds and have different traditions and family … more
A guiding principle of my life comes from Scottish author Ian MacLaren — “Be kind; everyone you meet is fighting a hard battle.” Pop recording artist Kesha’s fight is among the hardest. A Feb. 19 court decision has made her battle the … more
Upon introduction you told me Hyland Hills Rec District was one of the most innovative and creative districts in the country. What makes it that way? It’s the most graphic example of quasi-government at its best, because everything that we … more
With longer days, there is a greater chance to play outdoors and come inside to read or cook in a cozy kitchen. Flatbreads are one of the easiest recipes to cook with children. They are never-fail and so versatile. Flatbreads are delicious served … more
Welcome to Coffee With, a weekly community column where I sit down for a cup of Joe with somebody who lives or works in the North Metro region and helps shape Northglenn, Thornton and Westminster. Do you know somebody who fits that description? Nominate your own Coffee With candidates by emailing me at jjohnson@coloradocommunitymedia.com. This week, sit in on my conversation with Jessica McLaughlin, internal communications coordinator and public information officer for St. Anthony North Health Campus, at the southwest corner of 144th Avenue and I-25 in Westminster. McLaughlin celebrated her one-year anniversary with St. Anthony and the health center will recognize one year at their new location in March. more
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