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Lynne Collins takes over theater at the Arvada Center

Lynne Collins has been announced as the Arvada Center’s new Artistic Director of Theatre, following the retirement of Rod A. Lansberry. Collins, the current Artistic Director of Plays, first joined … more

Volleyball: Westminster, Thornton reach 5A regional round

AURORA -- The Colorado High School Activities Association released the 5A volleyball pairings April 27. Thornton High School drew the seventh seed and hosts Regis Jesuit at 7 p.m. Friday, April … more

You will find connection at the Benchmark Theatre

If we’ve learned anything from the last two years, it’s that all of us, at one point or another, will get sick. It’s not an enjoyable truth to ruminate on, but one that was repeatedly proven in … more

Marvin pushes for Thornton campaign finance reform

Thornton City Councilor Julia Marvin has issues with the city’s campaign financing.  “We have no limits around campaign finance, I feel like our reporting is really outdated,” she said.  At a … more

Thornton term-limits case heads to Colorado Supreme Court

The case regarding Thornton’s term limits is on its way to the Colorado Supreme court, according to an order issued by the state’s highest court.  more

Police Chiefs give input for rising crime

A deadly March 14 shooting in Northglenn is just one more recent example of rising crime in the Northern Metro area, according to city chiefs of police. Chiefs in Northglenn, Thornton and Westminster … more

Thornton appoints Eric Garcia to fill Ward 1 vacancy

Thornton’s council appointed Eric Garcia to fill the Ward 1 vacancy on a 5-3 vote during a special city council meeting on March 8, with City Councilors Karen Bigelow, Kathy Henson and Julia Marvin … more

Resident sues over Thornton vacancy

Thornton resident Karin Baker filed a lawsuit in District Court against the city of Thornton, council members and the city manager on March 8 aiming to reverse the vote that declared a vacancy for … more

Climate report urges local action

Summer fires and smoke and drought as well as shortened ski seasons in the winter are just a few of the examples of climate change's impact on Colorado, according to a climate change report just … more

Residents raise concern over lead from airplanes

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency plan to study lead emissions at regional airports has local activists calling for changes at Rocky Mountain Metropolitan Airport. On Jan. 12, the U.S. … more

Thornton student-athletes sign their letters

Three Thornton High School signed their letters of intent Feb. 4 at a ceremony in the schooll's gym. more

Phillips voted off council due to a vacancy

Thornton's city council voted 5-4 declaring a vacancy on the dais due to former City Councilor Jacque Phillips' purchase of a home in Alamosa and starting a second job there.  According to Todd … more

ARPA funding for Grain Elevator splits council

The decision to use American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funds for the Eastlake Grain Elevator development has split Thornton’s city council.  According to the Government Finance Officers Association, … more

Football: Thornton’s Alarcon makes his choice .. Presentation College 

                  Thornton High School’s Leonel Uribe Alarcon knows where’s going to spend part of the … more

Eastlake Grain elevator project lacks information

A Thornton plan to develop the area around the Eastlake Grain Elevator and RTD’s N-Line station is raising some City Council eyebrows, with questions about the property’s actual value and … more

Westminster, Thornton’s King Soopers’ workers join protest

Workers at the four King Soopers stores in Westminster and Thornton joined 77 other locations protesting the labor practices of the grocery chain.  “I started working (at King Soopers) in 1987 and … more

Municipal League interested in Thornton term limits

The Colorado Municipal League is considering filing an amicus brief regarding Thornton’s appeal in their term limits case, according to the group’s executive director. “It’s possible that … more

TASHCO wants theater, but funding inhibits progress

Thornton’s Ward One City Councilor Kathy Henson wants a new performing arts center for the city. An artist herself, she thinks it’s the perfect time. “I really think that the time is right for … more

Thornton City Council votes to appeal term limits decision

Thornton City Council voted 5-4 to appeal a court’s decision that the mayor’s seat and councilors’ seats adhere to the same term limits.  “The court ruled in favor of the plaintiffs, … more

COVID increase means little impact on local prep sports attendance

The recent increase in COVID cases has had little impact on in-person attendance at prep sporting events. Adams City High School continues to allow two attendees per player, according to athletic … more
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