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Westminster stalwart Bob Briggs dies

Former state legislator, Adams County Commissioner and Westminster Mayor Pro Tem Bob Briggs died unexpectedly of a heart attack Dec. 2 at his daughter's home in Erie. He was 83, just weeks short of … more

Westminster hosting recap on water use and priorities

Westminster City Council will hold a special meeting at 6:30 p.m. Nov. 29, discussing all things water.  “We are bringing all of our questions to the table that night,” said Mayor Nancy … more

Election Results 2021: North metro -- Northglenn, Thornton, Westminster, Brighton, Commerce City, Fort Lupton

Welcome to the Colorado Community Media Election 2021 results page for Adams County and other portions of the north metro Denver area. Below, you can find links to candidate questionnaires for the … more

Weld sheriff's deputies recover stolen cars, tools

GREELEY -- A Weld County Sheriff's Office strike team investigation recovered eight stolen vehicles and some $140,000 worth of stolen tools from areas throughout Denver, according to a press … more

Election 2021: North Metro Voters Guide

Welcome to the Colorado Community Media Election 2021 Voters Guide for Adams County and other portions of the north metro Dever area. Below, you can find links to candidate questionnaires for the … more

DA clears Thornton officers in April shooting

BRIGHTON -- The 17th Judicial District Attorney's Office will not file charges against Thornton police officers who were involved in an April shooting. Officers shot Raymond Quintana. "Based on … more

Letter to the Editor: Tiger stripes

Tiger stripes Nice of Bruce Baker, in his recent letter to the editor, to switch registration from Republican to Unaffiliated. So now he’s non-partisan? It takes more than checking a box on a … more

Letter to the Editor: All space to grow

Candidate: Space to grow I’m running for Westminster City Council as a voice for change - to bring hope, dignity, and opportunity for everyone. I’m heavily involved in the community and I’m a … more

Westminster HS scoreboard Dec. 4

Volleyball Westminster beat Prairie View in straight sets Oct. 26 in Westminster. Set scores and stats were not available. Football Westminster scored 22 points in the first quarter and beat … more

Ballot issues coming your way with some tax increases

While waiting until the very end of the deadline to get ballot issues on the November 2 election, Westminster city staff recently sought City Council’s direction on five possible propositions. They … more

Adams charts top population growth

Adams County and its municipalities were among the highest growing areas in Colorado, new 2020 Census data shows. Adams County added 77,969 new people between 2010 and 2020, a nearly 18% increase. It … more

Adams County school districts & parents respond to mask guidance

More Adams County school districts are responding to new mask guidance for younger students, leading some parents to respond angrily. Adams 12 Five Star Schools decided to require masks for … more

Severe weather in August

The calendar said it was Aug. 19. Mother Nature didn't particularly notice. A round of severe weather rumbled through parts of Denver and its suburbs in the midafternoon. It prompted tornado … more

Rocky Mountain airport plan scrutiny intensifies

A community group and neighboring municipalities asked the Rocky Mountain Metropolitan Airport to pump the brakes after the airport published a draft of a new strategic business plan The airport … more

Westminster senior housing subdivision approved

A senior housing development for 122 single-family attached units in north Westminster received its final approval from the city council at an Aug. 9 meeting. The homes will be paired-patio, … more

Tri-State to lower rates, United Power still dissatisfied

The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission approved a rate reduction or wholesale power that Tri-State Generation and Transmission sells member cooperatives. The Westminster-based energy company will … more

Local tax incentives for projects bear some scrutiny

There seems to be a growing breeze that hopefully will turn into a strong wind over state tax incentives given to businesses. According to the Washington Post, there is a growing interest in … more

Metro Denver’s office market is soft

The COVID-19 pandemic has caused chaos in every place it has touched. That is true at all levels — local, state, nationally and internationally. We learn more about that impact and influence just … more
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