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Westminster seeks feeback about arts, culture

Westminster residents who would like to help the city evaluate the arts and culture in the community are invited to one of two interactive sessions. The sessions on Oct. 29 and Nov. 7 will help the … more

Letter to the Editor: Westminster vote disheartening

Westminster vote disheartening It’s disheartening to see the people’s voice ignored, facts rejected, regulation increasing, accountability ignored. Westminster City Council didn’t properly … more

Total recall: Considering politics and water rates in Westminster

These are turbulent political times in America at all levels of government. The recent U.S. Senate confirmation vote of U.S. Supreme Court Justice Nominee Brett Kavanaugh is the most recent and most … more

Westminster approves water rate hike 4-1

The city will go ahead with a planned water rate hike, councilors decided at their Oct. 8 meeting. Councilors voted 4-1 to increase water rates by about $11 per month next year and another $11.50 in … more

Westminster wears down Northglenn with running game

Early in the third quarter at Westminster, the Wolves (6-2, 6-1 in conference) found themselves with just a two-point lead over Northglenn (4-4, 3-4 in conference). However, the prolific Norsemen air … more

Westminster volleyball dominates at Gateway

The Westminster Wolves controlled the Gateway Olympians 3-0 Oct. 3 in a crucial late-season conference volleyball matchup in front of a boisterous Gateway crowd. Behind timely points and fantastic … more

Residents worry about rising water rate bills

Saying it needed to make a difficult decision — and against the wishes of many residents — the Westminster City Council voted Sept. 24 to increase water rates and tap fees across the city. “I … more

NORTH 1004 LTE non-teachers

Schools rely on non-teaching staff I would like to respond to Chuck Wright’s letter (“Schools must change,” Sept. 20). He advocates certain reforms before tax increases are approved. I object … more

Pull up a chair: November’s busy ballots will soon start arriving

It’s October and everyone’s ballot for the Nov. 6 election will soon be delivered by your friendly U.S. Postal Service mail carrier, beginning around Oct. 15. This particular ballot will be … more

Win in Boulder boosts Wolves record

The Westminster Wolves could only muster up a single win last season. But so far in 2018, it has been a different story. How different? How about a 4-0 conference record, a 5A Metro 10 Conference … more

Westy utility rates likely to jump in 2019 and 2020

Last week, the Westminster City Council took a key step toward increasing water and sewer rates for both 2019 and 2020. Staff provided a thorough presentation on the needs and rationale to raise the … more

Westminster testing the water on tap, sewer fees

Westminster water and sewer rates could rise significantly through 2020 if a plan going to City Councilors Sept. 24 succeeds. Water rates for average Westminster water customers would increase about … more

Check your rates

The city has created a web application to give customers an idea how their water and sewer bills could change based on the new rate structure. Customers should have a copy of their most recent water … more

Orchard Fest returns to old Westminster

The South Westminster Art Group doesn’t need a building to host their signature end of summer festival, group President Jana Boutwell said. “We’re doing okay,” Boutwell said. “We’re just … more

Officials urge strong bond between schools, business

Officials from three Metro North school districts all made the same point to Westminster businesses Aug. 29 — we’re trying to craft your future employees, but we need your help. “What our … more

Mayor, State Representative candidate spar at meeting

Westminster Mayor Herb Atchison warmed up his State of the City address a few days early, meeting with a small group of city residents Aug. 21 at Legacy Ridge Golf Course to give them insight on city … more

Alternate realities and crystal balls: Let’s play the 'What If' game

Life is full of “what ifs” as we all well know. Certainly, it is not exclusive to only people. It covers worldwide political events, religious situations, business outcomes, governmental actions, … more

Horizon hopes consistency takes them to the next level

Last season, a 6-4 mark for the Horizon Hawks’ football team wasn’t anything to be embarrassed about, but head coach Frank Ybarra thinks this season is the year his program could make the next … more

Boys and Girls Club coming to Westy

It couldn’t be a better match: It’s a “hand up” for Westminster Public School middle schoolers and another good example of partnerships and cooperation creating a better opportunity which … more

Tech firm needs Westminster help

Colorado communication engineers polishing their resumes right now could have a hand in creating the next high speed mobile communications network. “We are very involved in what’s called the 5G, … more
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