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Alaine Satriano said she felt stuck after the untimely death of her daughter. But after one of the region’s leading health care providers teamed up with a Denver volunteer home repair group to help Satriano get back on her feet, the former Westminster Police Department record clerk said she feels like she can finally move on. 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, I sat down with restaurant owner Nancy Goldsmith. Nancy’s Café conveniently finds itself in the center of a major revitalization effort in south Westminster, with the recent opening of RTD’s B Line commuter rail and the even more recent groundbreaking on the new Alto affordable apartments kitty-corner from the staple eatery. Goldsmith spoke about what it’s like to be part of the revival and how she’s managed to keep customers happy for the better part of 15 years. more
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Summer is the perfect time for combining skills with a picnic. This easy activity filled with fun and learning is another way to have more time with children. more
In just weeks, Principal Chadwick Anderson and his team at M. Scott Carpenter Middle School in Westminster will learn whether three years of hard work have paid off. Colorado’s latest set of test scores, set for release in August, will determine whether the school and 28 others will get to stay open in their current form. The schools have been on the state’s academic watch list for chronic poor performance for five years. more
May was National Stroke Awareness Month, but unfortunately stroke takes its toll all year long. Strokes are the leading cause of disability in the United States and the fifth-highest cause of death. This is particularly important to us here at … more
The leaders of Colorado’s Public Employee Retirement Association (PERA) assure us that if we have patience, long-term investment returns of 7.5 percent will fully fund the program’s promises to retirees over the next forty years or so. But … more
Unfortunately, life is not easy for a lot of children in Adams and Broomfield counties for a variety of reasons. It could be financial difficulties affecting their parents and family — assuming the child or children have both a mother and father. So often, it is a single parent who is raising the children these days. In turn, this can cause a lack of nutrition, homelessness or inferior housing conditions, and a lack of needed medical services, to name a few impacts. more
For 40 years, Larkspur has transcended time and space, taking guests back centuries with its annual Colorado Renaissance Festival. “The atmosphere just exudes fun,” said Wayne Keller, who has been coming to the festival for the past 10 years. … more
Leading area mental health service providers, Community Reach Center, will host the 36 Annual Reach for the Green Golf Tournament Sept. 13 at The Ranch Country Club, 11887 Tejon St., Westminster. The event is held in memory of mental health and … more
In the wake of the tragic mass shooting that killed five officers and injured another seven at a Black Lives Matter protest earlier this month in Dallas, both Thornton and Westminster police departments sent officers to Texas to attend the funerals of their fallen friends in blue. more
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