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Before we move into part three of our four-part series on how to address teenage substance use, let’s review the first two weeks. Remember, every behavior coming from your teen is a form of communication, including smiles, hugs, breaking … more
The sixth inning proved to be a charm for Ralston Valley as the Mustangs went on to defeat Legacy 8-5 in the May 14 Class 5A state playoff game at Lakewood High School. Ralston Valley trailed the Lightning 6-5 going into the sixth inning, but the … more
Hundreds of protesters and community members braved an early-morning chill May 14 to join environmental activist group 350 Colorado, which hosted a day of speeches, live music and activities protesting oil and gas developments close to neighborhoods … more
Tell us what you do. This is actually my second time around. I moved to Colorado in 2007 from Portland (and) my first position was with Westminster’s Economic Development Office, from 2007 until 2011. I was the No. 2 position in economic … more
It wasn’t the best offensive effort by the Northglenn girls soccer team in their first-round Class 5A state soccer game against home-standing Regis Jesuit. Northglenn, coached by Kristiana Churchill, ran out of defense waves as the Norse were … more
North area commuters and drivers — start your engines! At the same time, make sure you have your transponder installed in your vehicle and be ready to pay the soon-to-be-imposed toll on Interstate 25 HOV and express lanes. Currently, while the … more
The library is a great place to take grandchildren when providing childcare. The visits are easy, inexpensive, and offer a fresh supply of books for the home stack. They provide an opportunity for adults and children to meet others with similar … more
Spring high school sports playoffs have started, and dozens of teams and hundreds of athletes in Colorado are pursuing state titles. But what does winning a championship really mean? At the high school level, MVPs don’t get invited to Disney … more
More than $25,000 was raised for Westminster Public Schools during the district's annual Westminster Public Schools Education Foundation breakfast April 19 at the Westminster Marriott. The event, hosted by the former District 50 Education … more
Kay Howarth and Katherine Michalak, students at Front Range Community College's Boulder County Campus, are national Bronze Tier Scholars on Coca-Cola's 2016 Community College Academic Team. Four other FRCC students, including Jayla Elstad and … more
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