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Adams County officials may soon be approaching municipalities about working in partnership on collecting a marijuana sales tax to benefit low-income students, according to a spokesman. Jim Siedlecki, director of communications for Adams County, … more
For people with an interest criminal justice and real life versions of television crime shows, District Court has just the thing. “It’s kind of like a real live CSI,” said District Attorney Dave Young of the Colorado’s 17th Judicial … more
A pet store in Westminster has been raising funds for the team that rescues people trapped in avalanches. Chuck and Don’s, 4550 Main St. in Westminster, is collecting donations for Colorado Rapid Avalanche Deployment (C-RAD). Based in Summit … more
The clock is ticking for a new grocery store to cash in on financial incentives from the city. Vern Tharp, president of Local Foods Campus, Inc., said it’s an aggressive schedule to be open in September, but is confident it can happen. The … more
Westminster city officials hope to start construction this fall on the first part of a three-phase $9.15 million project at Westminster Station. The first phase of Westminster Station Park will be a nature playground costing about $3.71 … more
Westminster’s newest parking garage may be ready to open June 7, but it’s just the beginning for the development of the area. John Burke, Downtown Westminster development and construction manager, said the temporary certificate of occupancy … more
When gold was discovered in Colorado during the late 1850s, it brought more people here. And all those people, although they were mining for gold, needed water — a lot of it. “Water was the new gold for this area,” Phil Goedert … more
Westminster Public Schools and the Colorado Department of Education remain at odds over the district’s accreditation rating even after the Colorado Board of Education denied an appeal at its April 24 hearing Westminster school officials said … more
A $9.4 million project on 10.45 acres will resurrect a Northglenn lot that lost its anchor tenants more than a decade ago. The Northglenn Urban Renewal Authority announced a deal April 4 to redevelop the Huron Center at the southwest corner of … more
Before they could even get the ribbon strung up to cut, area residents were using Clear Creek Valley Park. “I can tell you the community was literally so excited to start using the park that no sooner had the banners been put up that the park … more
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