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Colorado confirms six cases of vaping-related illness

Colorado health officials have confirmed six cases of vaping-related illness since the state announced its first case last month. The state Department of Health previously announced four known … more

Pending Kaiser Permanente strike: 5 things to know

A few thousand Kaiser Permanente workers in Colorado may join tens of thousands nationwide in an October strike that a union says is a push for fair negotiation and wage increases that keep up with … more

100 trips to the grocery store and counting

On Sept. 14, U.S. Rep. Ed Perlmutter (CO-07) held his 100th of his Government in the Grocery events. He started the Government in the Grocery program when he first took office in 2007 to meet … more

Steady onslaught lifts Boulder over Mountain Range

The Mountain Range Mustanges couldn’t muster score at home Sept. 13, losing to the Boulder Panthers 21-0. Boulder managed touchdowns in each of the last three quarters to claim the game, dropping … more

Late charge for Westy not enough against Prairie View

With both Westminster (0-3) and Prairie View (1-2) football searching for their first win of the season, it only took PV four offensive plays to take a commanding 12-0 lead on the road team. … more

Second half goals give Horizon Hawks soccer the edge

Early on against rival Mountain Range (1-3), Horizon soccer (3-1) looked dead in the water in their opening conference contest of the season. Struggling to find a rhythm in the first half after being … more

Legacy softball drops wild contest to Highlands Ranch

Heading into the affair against Highlands Ranch (8-5) as the fifth-ranked team in the state, Legacy softball (7-4) could not find any rhythm in their frustrating 6-5 defeat on Sept. 11. Both teams … more

Letter: Polis recall shows broad support

Polis recall shows broad support Yes, the recall effort fell short! A waste of time, energy, resources? Hardly! For years Republicans as a party have wrestled with the question of, “How do we reach … more

Letter: Pillar of Fire plan terrible

Pillar of Fire plan terrible I read the article on the Oread Development proposal on the “Pillar of Fire” farm (“Pillar of Fire developers making the rounds,” Westminster Window Sept. 12, … more

Tees or trails? Policy issues pertaining to open space program

In last week’s column, I highlighted the successful Parks, Open Space and Trails program the Westminster city council and city staff have guided and administered since voters approved it in 1985. … more

North Metro Fire and Rescue commemorates 9/11

Fire and police from Adams and Broomfield counties combined efforts to commemorate the people lost Sept. 11, 2001 with a morning ceremony at the Broomfield Amphitheater. Personnel from the North … more

Flash philanthropy benefits local nonprofits

A group of 13 Adams County guys with good hearts have helped quite a few people in the past 12 months. Hungry children in Adams county, suicide prevention, helping refugee children in Colorado and … more

County ballots in safe hands, officials say

Adams County’s election officials are doing their best to safeguard November’s ballots, they told a League of Women Voters group Sept. 9. Adams County Clerk and Recorder Josh Zygielbaum and … more

Affordable housing project wins support

Giving new people a chance to live in Westminster ultimately outweighed zoning concerns over a new affordable housing development Sept. 10 as City Councilors approved the St. Mark Village … more

Pirate Fest on deck in Northglenn

As turns out, Northglenn’s Pirate Fest was a missing one thing — mermaids. “We’ve added mermaids last year,” Northglenn Events Supervisor Steven Stokes. “But this year it’s bigger.” … more

Farewell to laundromats is a wash come true

I just washed a load of colors and had a particularly gruesome flashback to a time when I didn’t own a washing machine. I didn’t own a washing machine until I was 33. I depended upon the ones in … more

Winning happens when we choose to win

When we are intentional about making our choices and deliberate when it comes to choosing our own path, we typically increase our chances of success. It’s when we allow others to make our choices … more

Archtop guitars bring beauty, music to festival

For many people, there are just two kinds of guitars — acoustic and electric. But those in search of some of the clearest notes the instrument is capable of know there’s another kind — the … more

District talks tactics to engage ‘kids on the outer circle’

Since 2018-2019 data came back for the school district’s Make Your Voice Heard Survey — with 20.4% of middle schoolers and 16.3% of high schoolers saying they do not feel safe at school — … more
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