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In a divided legislature, every piece of legislation that passes requires bipartisan support. But that doesn’t mean we here in Colorado didn’t get anything done in the recently concluded session of the state legislature—quite the contrary. … more
When people are healthier, simple things happen. Kids are able to safely walk to school, focusing on what they are learning and on playing outdoors in public spaces when not in school. People are able to go to work and not wonder if their family … more
A few weeks ago I wrote my column about the “on-again, off-again” ballot wording negotiations between the Westminster city government and the Westminster firefighters’ union. The issue at hand is whether the city should recognize the … more
So I had this interview right before I came to see you with current Adams County Economic Development director Barry Gore — Well, everybody has their strengths, but I think Barry is — hands down — the best that’s ever been. He’s … more
Clad in a turquoise jacket and bicycle pants and wearing a helmet, 90-year-old Gerald Hadduck can be seen riding on the trails adjacent to the 27-acre campus of Covenant Village of Colorado. On average, he rides 10-12 miles per day during the warm … more
Mountain Range junior hurdler Zoe Gilbertson had hoped for a different ending. She had wanted to close out the season as a state hurdles champion in the Class 5A track ranks. Instead, Gilbertson had to settle for second place in the 100- and … more
Students from the Westminster High School graduating class of 2016 are on to the next chapter of their lives. Close to 400 students were handed their diplomas May 21 during ceremonies at the 1stBank Center in Broomfield. Valedictorians Kelly … more
Jaime Orten likes to walk so much that she bought her house in Golden about a year ago specifically because of the city’s walkability. “Walkability is important for health and wellness,” she said. Orten was part of a group of 14 … more
Westminster Public Schools Foundation on May 3 announced that 28 district graduates have been selected to receive scholarships from the nonprofit education organization. The students were picked from a competitive pool of more than 100 … more
Kevin Garry, music faculty at Front Range Community College and a classical guitarist, has been selected as guest presenter and performer at the 2016 International Convention of the Guitar Federation of America in June. The event serves as the … more
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