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Former Metro North Chamber of Commerce president and CEO Deborah Obermeyer was recently hired as the director of community and external relations at Community Reach Center. Community Reach Center CEO Rick Doucet said Obermeyer brings a proven … more
The Five Star school board is contemplating the idea of using certificates of participation, COPs, to fund solutions to school crowding and maintenance issues. The board discussed the option during the Dec. 10 board meeting. After a failed … more
Here they go again! The Westminster City Council has the recruit, interview and select process down pat. Between filling City Councillor Herb Atchison’s vacant seat when he became mayor to selecting a new city attorney to seeking a new city … more
Drummer Mick Fleetwood, a founding member of the multi-hit rock band Fleetwood Mac, which played at the Pepsi Center on Dec. 12, is a many-faceted artist. Musician, yes, but also art photographer and author. As the band is touring, so is a … more
Legislators from Adams and Jefferson counties made a stop in Westminster to share their goals for the upcoming session during the annual Metro North Chamber of Commerce legislative breakfast. The Dec. 12 event featured three state senators, Laura … more
Westminster’s wrestling team was short on numbers when the Warriors competed in last Saturday’s Denver North Invitational Tournament. Nevertheless they still came through with fine performance among the 16 teams. Elizabeth scored 170 points … more
The vacancy committee for the Jeffco Republican party has begun the process to replace County Commissioner Faye Griffin who won the Nov. 4 election for Jeffco Clerk and Recorder. Griffin is scheduled to leave her commissioner position halfway … more
In November, 5,353 Jeffco teachers received a boost in their compensation — something they haven’t seen in nearly four years. “My hope would be that new teachers come in … and we look at our current teachers in Jeffco … and say what is … more
The holiday season is built on traditions and while those traditions vary from family to family, they make the season. But what happens when those traditions go under the microscope? Are they really all that important — and if they are, what … more
I heard this story once: A guy was walking down the street, when he falls in this hole. The hole is deep, the sides are steep and slick, and the guy is stuck. As he’s looking up, he sees his doctor walk past. He yells up, he says, “Hey, … more
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