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The community-owned Hyland Hills Water World opened for the 37th season of summer fun over Memorial Day weekend. Named as one of the Best Water Parks in America by the Travel Channel, Water World offers 50 attractions on a conveniently located … more
There’s just something about being on a motorcycle. Riders like the open road, the freedom and the independence. “No matter what,” said Jonathon Buschbacher of Golden, “whenever I’m on my bike, it’s a good day.” Riding a … more
A variety of veteran stakeholders came out May 30 a Memorial Day observance at Olinger Highland Mortuary and Cemetery. Northglenn and Thornton police officers assisted veterans from VFW Post 7945, American Legion Post 22 and respective Ladies … more
Local legislators, Rep. Faith Winter (D-Westminster) and state Sen. Beth Martinez Huminek (R-Thornton), were joined by city leaders, health care workers, emergency responders and others June 1 at St. Anthony Hospital North Campus, where Gov. John … more
As we wrap up our series, let’s revisit some strategies you can use to build a foundation of trust with your teen and help him or her to avoid drug or alcohol use: • Remember, try to monitor your teen’s behavior for negative patterns, … more
Dozens of local officials, Westminster networkers and residents of Covenant Village of Colorado converged on the sunny first day of June as Gov. John Hickenlooper signed into law the Don’t Tax Grandma’s Meatloaf bill. House Bill 16-1187 aims … more
My colleagues and I worked hard at the state Capitol in the 2016 session to level the playing field for all Coloradans. We focused on continuing Colorado’s economic recovery by introducing legislation that will strengthen the middle class, make … more
Bike to Work Day has grown by leaps and bounds over the past several years, and organizers are expecting an even bigger turnout this year. The free annual event falls on Wednesday, June 22, and will feature stations all over the metro area, … more
Join me as I sit down each week for a cup of Joe with somebody who helps shape Northglenn, Thornton and Westminster. This week, I talked with Sara Farris, who has for the last three years almost seen it all as North Metro Fire Protection District’s communication manager. more
Like many cities around the state, Thornton faces a number of challenging and important decisions for our communities and our residents. From economic development to affordable housing to public safety to traffic, we’re constantly working together … more
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