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Council zeroes in water treatment plant

The search for a site for Westminster’s new water treatment plant started out considering 54 different parcels, City Councilors were told June 17. “Our process was a data driven and had integral … more

Westminster considers water plant location

A new Westminster water treatment facility should go along Westminster Boulevard and the Boulder Turnpike, according to a city committee. City staff will take that recommendation to the City Council … more

Like fathers, like daughters: A unique pair of business teams

There might have been a time when eldest son was expected to follow in his father’s footsteps and take over the family business while Daddy’s little girl was shy and deferred to the male figures … more

Class of 2019 scholarships boost Rotary past $1 million mark

A record 21 recipients propelled the Rotary Club of Westminster’s scholarship program to more than $1 million awarded since it began in the 1990s. This year’s grantees were presented scholarships … more

Westminster honors those who serve

Westminster added bricks honoring 157 current and former members of the U.S. armed forces to its tribute garden May 18 during its annual celebration of Armed Forces Day. The city also announced that … 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

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

Taking pride in the parks

An estimated 1,000 volunteers spread out across Westminster streets, parks and open spaces May 11 for the annual Westminster Community Pride Day. Volunteers ranged from individual neighbors looking … more

Supreme learning opportunity

While many of the Westminster High School students had practical questions for Colorado’s Supreme Court Justices and attorneys — questions like what makes a person a legal expert on a given topic … more

Class of 2019 graduation ceremonies for the north metro area

May 13 • Northglenn High School, 2-4 p.m., Coors Event Center, 950 Regent Drive, Boulder • Legacy High School, 7-9 p.m., Coors Event Center, 950 Regent Drive, Boulder May 14 • Horizon High … more

NORTH 0509 LTE Barnhart open space

Keep open space open I recently learned that Water2025 is considering taking the Overland Trail Open Space, (on 108th Avenue between Old Wadsworth and Wadsworth Parkway) as a site for a new Water … more

Westminster area homelessness: An evolving situation

Homelessness knows no boundaries. When we moved to Westminster, Colorado in 1968, there were no homeless people in our community. The same was true for other first ring suburban communities. There … more

Westy offense lifts Wolves to 8-run win

Winning their second straight game April 19 at George Washington High School, Westminster baseball (5-8, 1-0 in conference) broke out with 13 runs to claim their fifth win of the season. Five second … more

Letter to the Editor: We must fight for clean energy and a healthy future

Coloradans are already seeing the negative impacts of climate change in our daily lives: decreasing air quality affecting our public health, wildfires, disrupted growing seasons for agriculture, … more

News in a Hurry

Paint Recycling Event in Thornton Coloradoans who have unwanted paint and especially residents and businesses of Thornton and surrounding communities are invited to come to Thornton’s … more

Westminster poll testing short-term rental rules

On online survey will help Westminster officials gauge the public’s opinions about regulating Airbnb and other short-term rentals. The city has posted the questionnaire at … more

Lack of timely hitting costs Westminster

In their first home game of the season March 20, a make-up game from March 15, Westminster baseball couldn’t find the clutch hit in the 8-1 defeat to Smoky Hill. Despite ending the afternoon with … more

Mussel tussle: Contamination worries lead to motorboat ban

Powered watercraft, jet skis and any boat that needs to be brought in on a trailer will be banned from Standley Lake this summer for fears that non-native mussel species could be introduced. The city … more

Lady Wolves’ soccer drops opener

At Westminster High School, in the first game of the 2019 season for the ladies’ soccer team, Denver North (2-1) scored early and never turned back in their 7-0 victory March 12. Scoring twice in … more

Coming out swinging, the president and his budget

If nothing else, you have to give President Trump credit for setting up a good old brawl. Whether it has to do with separating children from parents at the Mexican border, declaring a contrived … more
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