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Lacking holiday cheer this season? The Thornton WinterFest is the place to be to warm the heart with not only a hot cocoa, but also with music, smiles on children’s faces when they visit with Santa Claus and even this year’s first ever 5K … more
Forgoing the traditional performance of “The Nutcracker” ballet, Amanda Hill, owner of Virtuosity Dance Centre in Golden, decided to create her own holiday story for her dancers. With help from theater teacher Veronika Nelson, she wrote and … more
I have been a Denver Broncos fan for some 50 years. I’m not kidding. Watching the Broncos on Sunday was practically a religion growing up. In fact, we watched all types of football. While other kids learned the state capitols, I learned college … more
Construction of a pedestrian underpass near the intersection of 120th Avenue and Federal Boulevard in Westminster will begin early next year. The addition of the Ranch Creek underpass is part of a larger construction project to improve the … more
The Legacy girls basketball team was stymied by Ralston Valley in last Tuesday’s opening game of the 2014-2015 season, 60-49. It also was a first round game in the Arapahoe-Cherry Creek Tournament. However, Legacy was able to bounce back in the … more
A U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service plan to burn part of Rocky Flats National Wildlife Refuge to conserve rare plant species has stirred up opposition from residents worried about the possible release of plutonium particles. “It’s not just a bad … more
Although it was 4 a.m., Morning Star Yazzie and Ariyah Castro, both 11, were full of energy as they waited to see a rocket burst into the atmosphere. “It’s pretty exciting to be here,” Yazzie said. Yazzie, Castro and 13 other members of … more
In a bold experiment that is succeeding beyond expectations, the Colorado Railroad Museum in Golden is recreating the joy and magic of the popular book and animated movie“The Polar Express.” Director/producer Rick Bernstein took on this … more
It didn’t seem to matter that Northglenn got off to a slow start in last Wednesday’s boys basketball game against visiting Arvada West. The key was to finish fast. And when it came to a fast finish Northglenn coach Kevin Knudson was certainly … more
In the world of politics, you can get surprised from time to time with how things change and when you least expect them to change. Such an “event” occurred at the Westminster City Council study session held Dec. 1. The main item on the agenda … more
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