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Westminster wants your creativity while you sweat

Advocates of running will tell you that the sport inspires creativity and that once your feet have pounded out two or three miles, you achieve a `flow state’ — where thoughts are clear and ideas … more

New leader of the wolfpack

Over the past nine seasons, Kerry Denison led the Westminster football program to a 44-45 record, including a 7-3 mark a season ago. This year, however, a new era begins under 7-year Westy … more

Alamo breaks out the rainbow wigs for “It” showing

Only those wearing grease paint and colorful outfits will be invited when Westminster’s Alamo Drafthouse Cinema hosts a special showing for Stephen King’s “It Chapter 2” on Sept. 7. The … 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

Historic Westminster deserves some TLC

Have you been a party to any discussions lately with residents or business owners or leasees in the southern “historic” part of Westminster? Well, I can tell you there is a segment of folks there … more

Hyland Hills find the right ‘Fit’ for northern area

This is Colorado, so there a lot of places to sweat around here. A plethora of choices are available at your disposal on fitness equipment including stair climbers, cross trainers, treadmills, … more

Expectation remains high for Westy volleyball

After a successful first season at the helm for Westminster as the varsity volleyball coach a season ago, Marcel Bandera anticipates another quality season for the school he has spent the last 14 … more

No motor boats on Standley Lake until 2020

A city-committee is working to get motorized watercraft back on Standley Lake, but a solution isn’t expected this summer, according to Westminster officials. “We are looking at different options … more

Orchard Red Robin reopens after violations

A 146th Avenue restaurant reopened July 13 after being closed for safety violations. Kevin Caulfield, spokesman for Red Robin Gourmet Burgers and Brews, said the restaurant at Orchard Town Center … more

Views join brews as Westminster beer festival returns

More room to roam and sample five-ounce beers and stellar mountain views worked well for the Westminster’s Craft Brew Festival last year, so they’re doing it again for 2019’s version. “I … more

Cultural fun under the summer sun

Latino culture is a vibrant and dynamic one that defies stereotypes and easy categorization, and with the Latino population in the state and country steadily growing, exploring it can be both … 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

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

Enjoying airborne adventures

Coloradans are known for their love of outdoor adventures. Traditionally, these activities take place on solid ground. However, the Denver metro area also offers plenty of high-adrenaline experiences … more

Luchadores, low riders and art at Latino Festival

Westminster’s Latino Festival returns to Westminster Station July 20, with plenty of food, live music and dance. This is the fourth year for the event and the second located at the Westminster … more

Infrastructure planning target of budget boost

Most Westminster residents won’t see a big change when the city adds 13 full time employees later this year but City Manager Don Tripp said the new hires will make the city more efficient, more … 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

Westy football hires Allbrandt as next head coach

After working at Westminster High School the last four years as the JV head coach (seven years in football program), 31-year-old Dayne Allbrandt earned a promotion to become head coach of the Wolves … more

Lady Wolves’ softball hopes to ride momentum of winning season

Prior to the 2018 season for Westminster softball, the Wolves recorded four consecutive, 8-win seasons. Breaking through with a 12-11 (6-3 in conference) record, the Lady Wolves snapped the streak … 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
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