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Dear Neil: Ten years ago, I had a horrible bout of Stage 3 breast cancer. Five years ago I divorced, leaving a 12-year marriage. Finally, I just turned 50, and that has really put a spin on what has become a downward spiral. Today I’m … more
During last fall’s Westminster Mayoral and City Council campaign “season,” one of the hot button issues beyond the redevelopment of the Westminster Mall site was constraints on political activity of city employees. The issue had gotten its … more
Growing in popularity, obstacle mud runs offer participants the opportunity to challenge themselves physically and mentally. Now, residents in Westminster and surrounding areas will have the same chance to get down and dirty during the inaugural … more
The Avalanche is on fire! The Rockies have had a very strong start to their new season. And the Nuggets had just previously gone to the playoffs for 10 straight years. So we wanted to ask some of our loyal readers: Despite what our other … more
Brett Almy, who is a registered Libertarian, will be the only non-Republican candidate for Jefferson County Sheriff this year. His approach to his campaign begins with the slogan, “Common sense Law Enforcement” with an agenda that aims to … more
There are two big events taking place in our community this weekend. And it all has to do with history. Westminster Historical Society is unveiling its new facility located in the DeSpain School building at 72nd Avenue and Lowell Boulevard. The … more
Reading is one of the things I enjoy so very much in life. And as an avid reader, I have accumulated a vast and diverse book collection. Some are worn around the edges, some are dog-eared, sticky notes protrude from the tops of several, and many … more
1) Entering 2014, which major-league team was the only one to not have a pitcher toss a no-hitter in franchise history? 2) Three pitchers during the 1990s led or co-led the A.L. in wins for a season without tossing a shutout. Name two of … more
Once again, an effort to curb artificial tanning among youths has failed at the Legislature. House Bill 1054 died after it failed to garner enough support to make it out of a Senate committee last week. The bill would have prohibited persons … more
“The Great Gatsby” Arvada Center 6901 Wadsworth Blvd., Arvada April 29 through May 25 Tuesday - Saturday - 7:30 p.m. Wednesday - 1 p.m. Saturday-Sunday - 2 p.m. Due to popular demand three 1 p.m. matinees have been added on … more
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