Thornton pipeline plan get second hearing
The latest version of Thornton’s plan to pump water it owns from the Cache La Poudre west of Fort Collins has a new route, avoiding a residential neighborhood and busy street. It’s one part of …
Adams County 27J gets logo makeover
When Brighton 27J school district was created in 1884, the name, and logo, reflected the designation of only the city of Brighton. Now, 135 years later, the district, commonly referred to as School …
Westminster council interviews continue
Councilors met with the first half of potential City Council candidates Jan. 17, part of a multi-day effort to fill two vacant spots. Councilors took turn asking pre-written questions of nine …
Whether overstuffed or space to spare, Stow It has solutions
Carmelo Mannino and the Eldridge brothers figure they have the perfect service for two kind of people - those who have empty room for storage rattling around and those that have way too much stuff …
Zoning law drafting process hits final stretch
After more than a year of steady work drafting a new zoning ordinance, Northglenn city planners are ready to present a final draft of the document to council for approval. The City Council has …
Trojans battle for first conference win
In a back-and-forth first half, Trojans’ basketball found themselves ahead 23-21 at home against Hinkley (3-13, 1-3 in conference) Jan. 15. Carried offensively by 16 points (four three-pointers) …

Rocky Flats subject to another lawsuit over safety

With two lawsuits pending, seven citizen groups are bringing a new legal suit to try and unseal 30-year-old documents about the troublesome Rocky Flats. Represented by Pat Mellen, a Denver-based …

News

New RTD board member eager to improve service, communication

Having been born and raised in a transit-dependent family in Chicago, my use of transit dates back to childhood. Buses and trains were the travel choice when my Schwinn Stingray couldn’t get me …

Life

Cuba comes to life at Denver museum

“Cuba 2D” and “Cuba in Denver” offer a most inviting look at a rather near neighbor — but just for a short while longer. The Denver Museum of Nature & Science exhibit, organized by the …

Sports

Holy Family prevails over Winsdor Wizards

Holy Family’s Boys basketball hosted the Windsor Wizards Jan. 18, taking the game 58-48. Holy Family is now undefeated in league standings, with a 6-0 record. They are 11-2 overall and travel to …

Voices

Editorial cartoon for Jan. 24

Letter to the Editor: Good old girls club?

Good Old Girls club? I’m sorry that Sen Winter decided that people being upset about how the Westminster City Council decided to fill their empty seats somehow means that we are “upset with women …

Letter to the Editor: Better world is possilbe

Better world is possible Over the past few years, Colorado in general and the Denver Metro area specifically have seen tremendous growth, and with it, booming economic prosperity for the already …

Water storage in Colorado could become a defining issue

Colorado’s population continues to surge ahead. According to a forecast quoted by the City of Westminster, the state’s population will reach 7.8 million residents by 2040. This is alarming to say …

Letter to the Editor: Jefferson Parkway disconnect

With great fanfare Arvada (The Arvada Report December 2018/January 2019) announced the final actions before construction begins on the Jefferson Parkway after 50 years of planning and concludes …
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