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A new life As I write this column, the date is July 22, the first anniversary of Bob’s death and my second week of living at San Marino Retirement Center. My, how things have changed. I also turned 83 on July 20 and I observed our 61st … more
One of the most generous acts of kindness we can give as human beings is to help someone we don’t even know. Such has been the case for some 37 years at Brothers Redevelopment, Inc., a nonprofit organization, which provides affordable housing for … more
This year the Westy Fest will celebrate its 25th year anniversary with more activities, more entertainment and more fan favorites than it showcased at last year’s event. The event is slated to continue to improve based on the momentum it gained … more
Hyland Hills Water World is the first in the country to combine virtual gaming with a water park attraction. Warp Speed opened at the water park the first week of July, and guests really enjoy it — so much so they generally want to ride it … more
From bucking broncs to homemade chili, a portable World War II exhibit to bounce houses, this year's county fair has something for everyone. The Jefferson County Fair takes place Aug. 7-9 at Jefferson County Fairgrounds, 15200 W. 6th Ave., in … more
It looks like the effort to force three Jeffco school board members into a recall election has been successful. As of Saturday, July 25, the organization said they had more than 25,000 signatures for each of the three recall petitions. That … more
Denver firefighter and Westminster resident John Whelan was laid to rest on Tuesday. Whelan, 46, was a 15-year veteran of the department. He suffered internal injuries in a fall through a skylight as he investigated a fire last month. He died July … more
Elizabeth Archer's dream to be in the Peace Corps started as a child. But it wasn't until a day in her high school math class that the fire to serve was ignited. Her Standley Lake teacher showed a slideshow of his time in the Peace Corps. Archer, … more
E.B. Rains Jr. Memorial Park has six new sculptures gracing its grounds for the next year. Artists loaned their works to the Northglenn as part of the 2015-2016 Art on Parade. The city and the Northglenn Arts & Humanities Foundation, NAHF, unveiled … more
There was a flurry of excitement as children of all ages rushed into Invertebrate World, the new exhibit at the Butterfly Pavilion in Westminster. “With this exhibit we're able to truly showcase invertebrates, not just in one facet of one … more
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