Keyword: 2019
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Consistency key for Mountain Range football

What could have been better for a first-year head coach than a 3-1 start? Not much, but a 0-6 end to the 2018 season has Todd Riccio and his Mustangs eager to solve what went sideways down the … more

Thornton football gaining traction under second-year coach

Prior to last season’s first win Sept. 21 against Littleton, Thornton football had fallen in 18-straight contests dating back to Oct. 1, 2016. With passionate Thornton alum and second-year head … more

Legacy football hopes to stay on a positive trajectory

The opening season for Legacy football coach Corey Heinz didn’t start the way he or his program wanted at 0-6 while being outscored 266-118 in that span. But after allowing 67 points to perennial … more

Esquibel seeks to return to City Council seat

A few months sitting in the mayor’s chair will be plenty for Northglenn’s Antonio Esquibel as he seeks to return to his Ward 4 seat in November’s election. Members of the City Council leaned on … more

Signature season for City Council seats

Candidates for municipal seats on the City Councils across the Northern Metro area began their march to November’s ballot Aug. 6, collecting signatures to win a spot on the ballot. Voters go to the … more

Time running out for charter change proposals

The first day of summer is officially behind us which warns us of the ramping up of the political season as candidates seeking elected office for the November 2019 ballot shift into high gear. We are … more

Commuters fill the bike paths

Bike to Work Day 2019 drew about 35,000 participants this year, according to local event estimates. People came out in droves to support the cause of encouraging alternative forms of … more

Westminster High School's Graduation 2019

Seniors, teachers and family members gathered at the Coors Event Center on the University of Colorado Campus May 15 for graduation and commencment ceremonies for the Class of 2019. In all, 413 … more

Mountain Range High School's Graduation 2019

Seniors, teachers and family members gathered at the Coors Event Center on the University of Colorado Campus May 15 for graduation and commencment ceremonies for the Class of 2019. In all, 413 … more

Northglenn High School Class of 2019

Seniors, teachers and family members gathered at the Coors Event Center on the University of Colorado Campus May 13 for graduation and commencment ceremonies for the Class of 2019. In all, 387 … more

Standley Lake High School's class of 2019

There were nothing but smiles at the FirstBank Center on May 16 as Standley Lake High School's class of 2019 graduated. Loved ones packed the arena to support and cheer on their graduates. Among … more

Capitol report: Recapping major bills of the 2019 legislative session

With power in both houses of the Legislature and the governor’s office, Democrats this year led lawmakers into some sweeping changes, as well as hard-fought battles that left the party short of … more

An opening at the top

For Heidi Williams, running for another term in the Thornton’s mayor’s chair simply isn’t an option. She reached the limit of terms when she won her second term back in 2015. Even so, Williams … more

State Senator pleased with work on Colorado’s budget

As I have worked on the Joint Budget Committee in the Colorado State Legislature these last several months, I have seen the best of what our deliberative body can and should aspire to be. When I … more

Water World puts out call for 2019 staff

Hyland Hills Water World has kicked off its search for more than 1,000 lifeguards, attendants and other summer employees. Positions are available for the 2019 season for people 14-years-old and … more

Scary tax season elicits one common reaction: Boo!

It’s been a scary tax year. We have been plagued by numerous changes in tax laws, inadequate wage withholding, and a government shutdown that delayed many of the Internal Revenue Service’s … more

If you find your taxes confusing and results odd, you are not alone

The theme for this year’s tax season so far seems to be the double-whammy of a shortened filing period along with complications resulting from the tax reform of 14 months ago. It’s a lot to … more

Four hats in the ring for Westminster Council

The political season is underway, at the Westminster level at least, with four candidates registering to run to fill the three seats opening on the Westminster City Council in November. So far, … more
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