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Winners of the Jinager Scholarship are generally winners in more ways than one. Such is the case for CiaSiab “Chance” Vang, a recent Westminster High School graduate and all-conference, all-state soccer player who in May received the … more
Dozens of high school students in Adams County received scholarships last month totaling more than $1 million. Students from six regional school districts were awarded upward of $1 million in scholarships June 24 through the Adams County … more
The furthest thing from a “flop,” Water World’s 20 annual Belly Flop Splashdown made huge waves, bringing a record number of contestants from all over the region and the state to compete in the sadistic swan dive resulting in red and raw … more
A Westminster wife with a background in theater and a career in beauty supplies, Kate Hart leads a double life. A couple of nights a month, Hart — a red-headed bombshell with a smile to match her amorous moniker — takes the stage as Ariella May … more
It’s going to be a star-filled summer at the Arvada Center with its Summer Stage Concert Series, present by Swallow Hill Music. For the third year, the two organizations are bringing an eclectic mix of performances to the center’s outdoor … more
North Metro Fire Rescue District crews in Northglenn lined up last week for one last walk-through and a final salute to longtime Battalion Chief Bruce Ginther, who stepped down from his position after nearly four decades of service with the … more
Northglenn’s Ward I city council member and mayor pro tem was elected vice president of the Colorado Municipal League board of directors late last month at the group’s annual gathering. Already holding a senior board position as last term’s … more
Congressman Ed Perlmutter in a telephone town hall meeting last week encouraged his constituents to speak out again gun violence. The telephone town hall meeting was part of the National Day of Action for Commonsense Gun Violence Protection, and … more
Darryl Glenn, an El Paso County commissioner from deeply conservative Colorado Springs, rode endorsements from Sen. Ted Cruz and other big names on the right to win Colorado’s Republican Senate primary and face a well-funded Democratic Sen. … more
Arguably Colorado’s highest profile education reformer and the architect of the state’s landmark (and controversial) teacher effectiveness law, state Sen. Mike Johnston was called out Sunday by the New York Times’s Frank Bruni as one of the … more
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