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A 2012 graduate of The Academy of Charter Schools in Westminster is currently serving in Japan in the U.S. Navy, aboard one of two forward deployed dock landing ships, USS Germantown. Petty Officer 2nd Class John Bernal is a religious programs … more
Wintry and wet weather that persisted through May was nowhere to be found as clear skies graced the opening day of Hyland Hills’ summer youth baseball program. More than 400 uniformed youth playing for 30 teams turned out for the first day of … more
A Thornton residentwho is a grill expert at the LongHorn Steakhouse in Northglenn was recently recognized by the company as the regional “steak master.” LongHorn Steakhouse announced last month in a press release that Matthew Cluster, a … more
Anythink’s annual Backyard Concert Series returns for its fourth season to celebrate food, music and fun. Held from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. in the one-acre park adjacent to Anythink Wright Farms in Thornton, the Backyard Concert Series lineup … more
Musicians, music aficionados and film fans alike flock to Colorado’s outdoor amphitheater, Red Rocks, from across the world. But a new genre of entertainment has started taking over the site — fitness. “There’s something almost … more
Employees tell Paul Meese, executive director of human resources at Front Range Community College, they “came for the students and stay for the people.” “It is a pleasure that we all work toward a common goal of student success,” Meese … more
The 17 Judicial District Nominating Commission has nominated six candidates for two Adams County court judgeships created by the retirement of the Hon. Robert S. Doyle, effective July 1, and retirement of the Hon. Jeffrey L. Romeo, effective Jan. … more
Federal Heights elected officials joined city hall staff, public works, firefighters, police and residents as Jake Ishmael, a pastor with Thrive Church’s Federal Heights campus, led a ceremony May 20 at Messina Park to remember Federal Heights … more
Northglenn “homesteader” Karen Garcia said newly approved city ordinances will help complete her vision of a sustainable and peaceful life for her family living in a city often seen as a cross between an urban area and a tight-knit community … more
Nearly 200 visitors, residents, city staff and elected officials were at Westminster City Hall May 19 to hear more about plans for Downtown Westminster — referred to by Mayor Herb Atchison as the next Denver “metro urban area.” The former … more
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