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Westminster News in a Hurry

Westminster foundation honors individuals, groups The Westminster Legacy Foundation honors Westminster citizens, individuals, groups, business, and organizations active in the Westminster community … more

Reach Center celebrates volunteers

Work with Westminster Citizen Police Alumni center made the Nancy McNally the the Community Reach Center’s latest Ciancio Distinguished Service award. McNally was among a host of local volunteers … more

Wolverines bats speak loudly

Skyview again showed hitting is one of the team strengths as the Wolverines went on the road and outscored Englewood 16-2 in league baseball action April 11. Skyview scored a pair of runs in the … more

Earth Day events encourage activist attendees

There’s a lot that separates and divides people, and it seems like the list is ever-growing — everything from religion to politics and economic status. But there’s one thing everyone has in … more

Technique, work ethic propel throwers to next level

The image attached to track and field competitors who throw the shot put and discus is changing. In the past, athletes who were bigger, and often slower, were generally assumed to be throwers. But … more

Governor touts importance of journalism in Colorado

Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper proclaimed April 16-22 as Colorado Journalism Week at the Colorado Press Association's annual convention in Colorado Springs on April 13. With several hundred … more

Data dumps delay Dearing trial

The volumes of digital video and photographic evidence have pushed the trial of a man accused of shooting an Adams County deputy back another ten weeks. Judge Patrick Murphy agreed April 11 to delay … more

Letter to the Editor: So thankful for STEM story

Thank you for Christy Steadman’s excellent article about girls (and women) in STEM courses and careers in last week’s issue. The American Association of University Women’s (AAUW) 2010 … more

Former NHL referee reflects on 1,629 games

Dave Jackson, the former National Hockey League referee who lives in Highlands Ranch, grew up a fan of the Montreal Canadiens and admits he worshiped players like Guy Lafleur plus a horde of other … more

Finding common ground on issues of mental health

Put six Republicans and three Democrats on the same Denver stage, and you might not expect them to agree on anything. When it comes to improving mental health care, however, you can find common … more

Preparing for change, managing change and accepting change

As a frequent traveler I spend a lot of time on airplanes, in hotels, and in rental cars or Uber/Lyft rides. And I spend a lot of time in different cities around the world. With all of this travel, … more

Looking for things that will keep? Keep looking

When I was 18-19, I thought I wanted a career in hand-drawn illustration, and my goal was album covers. Glad I didn’t. Hand-drawn illustrations are mostly gone, and so are (long playing) album … more

First base stretch

Bear Creek's Isaiah Romero, right, beats a pick-off throw to Legacy first baseman Ryan Overboe during the April 3 game at Legacy High School in Broomfield. The Lightning defeated the Bears, 5-2. more

Fairness for poorer schools

Thanks for the Shanna Fortier story on education funding (“Advocates, lawmakers back efforts to bolster education funding,” March 29). I think the funding situation can be understood by everyone. … more

Day of note for record stores

One of the best things about the annual Record Store Day event, where local record stores all over the metro area open their doors to an intense rush of passionate music fans, is meeting people who … more

Red flag law makes good sense

If you follow the daily news in America, you are well aware that the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shootings has awoken people and state legislatures that maintaining the status quo on gun … more

Avoiding distorting thoughts with Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

Dear Ask A Therapist, I am considering CBT (Cognitive Behavioral Therapy). I think I am ready, but I have always been reserved about trying new things, even though it could mean improvement in my … more

Getting a jump on 2019

If history is any indication, more than 33 million American taxpayers STILL have not filed their tax returns as of this writing, and many of those will push it to the absolute limit of April 17. If … more

News in a Hurry

Bonfils Blood Center and Culver’s partner on pint promotion Metro Denver blood donors can get a pint of frozen custard, courtesy of Culvers of Westminster, Thornton and Parker this month. Blood … more

For the love of a good seat

Individually, the entrepreneurs loved different things: coffee roasting, fly fishing and photography. So it took a unique, completely unrelated idea to bring them together and put them into a rapidly … more
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