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BLM headquarters change could mean more jobs for Lakewood

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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 team’s success. For Mountain Range soccer, however, this scenario … more

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 throughout 2019. Three seniors, however, return in Hope Hagara, … 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 … more

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 they were in 3A (currently 4A). Now, under six-year manager … more

Baseballist up!

Each year, the Westminster Historical Society hosts a historical matchup between the city's own Lightning Bolts and another team from around the region in game of baseball played the old … more

Anythink celebrates 10-year anniversary

On Sept. 12, 2009, Anythink launched its first fully branded new library, Anythink Brighton. Since then, Anythink libraries have grown to become one of the most recognized library systems in the … more

Workforce housing’ development opens in Downtown Westminster

Tenants were scheduled to start moving into Westminster’s Eaton Street Apartments on July 15 — the first housing development in the city’s Downtown Westminster project. City officials, … more

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 completed 2019 World Cup in France, former Mountain Vista player … more

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 … more

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 … more

Caddies earn Evans Scholarship

Thirteen Colorado students were awarded the Evans Scholarship, a full housing and tuition college grant offered to golf caddies, following a final selection interview at Lakewood Country Club in … more

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 … more

Protests converge outside immigrant detention facility

A Mexican flag flew over Aurora's immigrant detention facility the evening of July 12, as two very different protests converged to condemn American immigration policy. Hundreds of protesters, … more

Slope failure stops southbound U.S. 36

Cracks that grew into a hole in the Denver-bound lane of the U.S. 36 were expected to keep the roadway closed to southeast bound traffic at least through July 16 while the Colorado Department of … more

Northglenn readies for Ward 4 interviews

Northglenn councilors were scheduled to interview 16 Ward 4 residents July 15, looking to fill a vacant spot on their board. The city took applications from residents looking to fill the vacancy … more

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 … more

Expectations remain high for Horizon v-ball despite new leadership

Off of an 18-7 campaign a year ago, Horizon volleyball has set a high standard for a team that lost just three seniors. However, the new coach in the fold, Eric Deveraux who takes over for Julie … more

Depth building for hungry Tigers’ soccer squad

Holy Family soccer made quite the jump from eight wins to 12 under first-year head coach David Martinez a season ago, but the second-round state playoff exit has this group wanting more in 2019. … more
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