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Northglenn soccer takes victory in offensive shootout

Northglenn soccer showcased their offensive firepower when it was needed Sept. 3. Holding off Arvada 6-5 at the North Area Athletic Conference field, the Norsemen earned their second victory in their … more

Thornton football reclaims I-25 Cup from Northglenn

It has been 14 years since the Thornton football program had defeated cross-town rival Northglenn. Despite some early obstacles and a late comeback attempt from the Norsemen, the Trojans flipped the … more

RTD official stakes job on 2020 N-Line

Thornton, Northglenn and the communities along RTD’s Northern Metro Commuter rail line might not see service by the end of March 2020, but the will see it sometime next year — Allen Miller, the … more

Northglenn football hoping to surpass the 500 mark

Despite finishing the season 5-5 (4-5 in conference) last year, a strong 4-2 finish has Northglenn football ready to get back to action this fall. Under 7th-year head coach Matt Dean, the Norsemen … more

Neighbors, police get a Night Out

Police Departments across the Denver area, including metro north officers, fanned out across the areas they cover for an evening of block parties and food. The event, National Night Out, occurs … 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

Construction wraps on Adams 12 STEM Lab

When students return to Adams District 12’s STEM Lab School next week, they’ll get to spread out a little now that building reconstruction is finished. They’ll also find a school that’s been … more

Council taps Rodriguez to fill Northglenn vacancy

A 17-year Northglenn resident became the newest member of Northglenn’s City Council July 22. Councilors appointed Lauren Rodriguez as the city’s junior Ward 4 representative, putting an end to a … more

Norse softball hopes for breakthrough in 2019

Since taking over as manager for Northglenn softball program in 2016, former Mountain Range assistant Molly Huffman has led the Lady Norse to winning seasons every year. But after being eliminated … 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

Whiplash weather in Westminster

A heavy early evening rainstorm led officials to put Westminster’s City Park July 4 festival on hold briefly but the show and subsequent fireworks were never really in danger. By 8 p.m. July 4, the … more

NHS 1969 alumns sought for reunion

With their golden celebration two months away, alumni of the Northglenn High School class of 1969 are still trying to locate about 10 percent of their classmates. “Right now, there are about 40 … more

Independence Day celebrations get under way

Stars and Stripes in Adams County Adams County’s annual Stars and Stripes event kicks off at 4 p.m. Wednesday, July 3 at the Riverdale Regional Park, 9755 Henderson Road, Brighton. This year’s … 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

Council elevates Esquibel in Northglenn

Northglenn City Councilors unanimously picked Antonio Esquibel June 24 as the new mayor, replacing Carol Dodge who resigned abruptly last month. Councilors voted 8-0 to elevate Esquibel, who served … more

Not yet satisfied: Lady Norse looking to next year

In her ninth year as the women’s soccer coach at her alma-mater, Northglenn, Kristina Churchill led her team to their first conference title since her playing days at the school 15 years prior. … more

Northglenn offers rebates for smaller lawns

Northglenn is now offering dollar rebates for every square foot of grass residents replace with low-to-no water use landscaping, up to $1,000. This new program is part of the city’s water … more

Iron Anniversary

Northglenn continued to mark the city’s 50th anniversary, this time with an iron pour event. Residents were invited to carve their own designs in wood and have artists and metallurgists pour molten … more

Derby Day gets some sun

The sun was a welcome attendee June 1 as hundreds of local kids came to Northglenn’s EB Rains Jr. Memorial Park for a morning of fishing and an afternoon sharpening their bicycling skills as a part … more
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