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Mountain Range junior hurdler Zoe Gilbertson had hoped for a different ending. She had wanted to close out the season as a state hurdles champion in the Class 5A track ranks. Instead, Gilbertson had to settle for second place in the 100- and … more
Students from the Westminster High School graduating class of 2016 are on to the next chapter of their lives. Close to 400 students were handed their diplomas May 21 during ceremonies at the 1stBank Center in Broomfield. Valedictorians Kelly … more
Jaime Orten likes to walk so much that she bought her house in Golden about a year ago specifically because of the city’s walkability. “Walkability is important for health and wellness,” she said. Orten was part of a group of 14 … more
Westminster Public Schools Foundation on May 3 announced that 28 district graduates have been selected to receive scholarships from the nonprofit education organization. The students were picked from a competitive pool of more than 100 … more
Kevin Garry, music faculty at Front Range Community College and a classical guitarist, has been selected as guest presenter and performer at the 2016 International Convention of the Guitar Federation of America in June. The event serves as the … more
Despite being a practicing pagan since she was 13 years old, it wasn’t until a few years ago that Angela Priest decided to out herself to people she knew. “Most of the time I kept it to myself because I just didn’t want to have that … more
Freedom Carlson used to patrol no-fly zones over Libya and guide expensive military aircraft over international waters and in operations over Iraq, Afghanistan and the Arabian Gulf. Now the Erie resident guides clients to good health by laying … more
Join me as I sit down each week for a cup of Joe with somebody who helps shape Northglenn, Thornton and Westminster. This week, in honor of the upcoming Memorial Day, I sat down with longtime Northglenn resident and World War II veteran Roy Price, who joined the Navy about six months after the Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor. more
For more than a dozen years, the Rev. David Warren of Open Door Ministries was telling a little white lie of sorts. “Ninteen years ago, when I was starting Open Door Ministries, I drove to 106 churches in six days to share the vision for this … more
Mountain Range junior hurdler Zoe Gilbertson had hoped for a different ending. She had wanted to close out the season as a state hurdles champion in the Class 5A track ranks. Instead, Gilbertson had to settle for second place in the 100- and … more
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