Three infected, two hospitalized after E. coli outbreak
Three cases of E. coli reported at a 146th Avenue Red Robin in Westminster shuttered the restaurant July 10, according to Tri-County Health. A subsequent inspection of the restaurant found several …
Infrastructure planning target of budget boost
Most Westminster residents won’t see a big change when the city adds 13 full time employees later this year but City Manager Don Tripp said the new hires will make the city more efficient, more …
Luchadores, low riders and art at Latino Festival
Westminster’s Latino Festival returns to Westminster Station July 20, with plenty of food, live music and dance. This is the fourth year for the event and the second located at the Westminster …

Alamo opens Downtown Westminster cinema

There are movie buffs. And then, there are Alamo Drafthouse Cinema movie buffs. That’s a distinction Westminster residents should get quite familiar with this summer as the newest version of the …


Five things to know about The Fray

Denver-based band The Fray made a pitstop in Castle Rock on July 13. Headlining the annual Castle Rock Summer Jam marked the group's first time performing in town. The Fray, made up of members Joe …

Mustangs’ soccer leaning on talented senior class
Most of the time, when a program graduates 12 the season prior, the following year, the expectation is a significant step-back in a … Read More
Against Mountain Range September 2018, Legacy’s upcoming senior and junior Hope Hagara and Madison Crow attempt to make the block at the net.
Youth movement in progress for Legacy volleyball
Graduating half of their roster a season ago, the Lady Lightning will look for contributions and improvements from their young players … Read More
Junior Noelle Gardon makes the diving catch to clinch the 4A state title against Mountain View Oct. 20. Gardon will be among the team’s seniors taking the field this fall.
HF softball looks to go back-to-back
Prior to last season’s 27-2 record and state championship for Holy Family softball, the program hadn’t won a ring since 2006 when … Read More
Jim Benton
Coloradans add kick to history of women’s soccer
Colorado soccer players have played a role in FIFA Women’s World Cup soccer tournaments from the very beginning. In the recently … Read More
Caddies earn Evans Scholarship
Thirteen Colorado students were awarded the Evans Scholarship, a full housing and tuition college grant offered to golf caddies, … Read More
Donnie Gallegos and his wife Patty are mixed-doubles players who compete in many of the local and regional pickleball tournaments. Donnie said pickleball can be competitive. “You have beginners and then you get super-serious and super-competitive players like any other sport,” he said.
This sport is the real dill
James Pinkel, 69, of Centennial, plays pickleball three or four days a week against a variety of players at the Lone Tree Recreation … Read More

Will I see RTD’s northwestern rail line in my lifetime?

The Denver Post article back on July 10, “RTD’s Eyes Turn North,” made it all seem so exciting and promising. Was it saying that those of us in the north/northwest part of RTD’s region will …
Craig Marshall Smith
Quiet Desperation

Well, as it turns out, there is an ‘I’ in team

There’s only one of me (you’ll be happy to know), but from now on I want to be thought of as Team Craig. Calling yourself or yourselves a team is the latest and the greatest, and I don’t want …
Winning Words

Making the most of those lazy days of summer

The other day I posted something on social media that included a brief reference to those lazy days of summer. The post was really about something else, and a reminder that we should enjoy our lazy …

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