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My Name Is... Heather Waters

Trickling to Thornton I grew up in Thornton. My parents still live here. [I love a]ll the beautiful open spaces and bike trails. After high school I worked for the parks department, utilities as a … more

Adams County open space projects to share $4.9 million

A series of 19 open space projects throughout Adams County — including one in Westminster and three in Thornton — will split $4.9 million in grants from a county program. Projects include new … more

Thornton: Drive Through testing

A COVID-19 test is administered by a Thornton Fire Department paramedic behind the city's infrastructure and maintenance center on July 17. The Thornton Fire Department is offering free, drive-up … more

Thornton keeps old definitions in new plan

Three controversial land-use changes are off the table for the time being after Thornton Councilors approved a new comprehensive plan July 14. Councilors removed plans to allow housing developments … more

Adams 12 class of 2020 gets to march

After virtual graduations via computer and one at drive-in, Adams 12’s class of 2020 will get a chance to march. “There are all the parts they’ve missed, and we want to give them that … more

North Metro football itching for a return

For are coaches and players, the only sure thing about high school football in 2020 is that it is going to look very different. “This offseason has been completely different,” Legacy third-year … more

Thornton Arts welcomes the summer

The Thornton Arts and Culture Division is emerging from the COVID-19 closedown with several free activities that provide artistic connection and take into account the need to keep attendees safe. … more

My Name Is: Seve Ghose

A Global Connection As a youth I grew up in Zambia, Africa. Growing up in Southern Africa I first hand experienced, even after five years of independence, what life under a system of apartheid was … more

Thornton names deputy chief to fill top police job

Thornton Police will elevate Deputy Chief Cliff Brown, making him the interim chief beginning June 2. Brown will temporarily replace Police Chief Randy Nelson, who announced his retirement effective … more

Cities plan how to spend CARES pass-through funds

Adams County will get $89 million in federal CARES act money, sharing roughly $40 million with local governments. Assistant County Manager Jim Siedlecki confirmed that the commissioners were … more

Cities prepare for COVID-19 financial hit

Municipal officials won’t know for sure how much of an impact the COVID-19 panic and Colorado’s stay-at-home order will have on the city’s finances, but some are preparing for as much as a $30 … more

Signs of help

A city campaign will help Thornton residents can let their neighbor know how they are faring during the COVID-19 stay-at-home orders with a new city campaign. The city is making a series of signs, … more
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