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When Westminster’s Delrae Mondragon faced the responsibilities of her son DJ’s medical needs, as well as the normal struggles of parenting, she realized she could use some help. And then, she went and found it in a course offered through … more
Adams County ended 2016 in the black financially, despite tapping into its fund balance for a human services center, according to the annual financial report. County commissioners received a report on the 2016 fiscal situation at their June 20 … more
Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper has signed into law a measure intended to bolster the rights of Colorado residents whose property is seized during criminal investigations. The measure — signed by the governor June 9 and sponsored by Democratic … more
U.S. Rep. Mike Coffman has joined the effort to help find a Littleton police officer who went missing in mid-June while mountain climbing in Russia. Coffman met with Russian ambassador Sergey Kislyak in Washington, D.C., on June 23 to discuss the deployment of specialized mountain search-and-rescue teams and Russian military helicopters in the search for Highlands Ranch resident Steven Beare. more
Opioid misuse is at an all-time high and doctors are part of the problem — and, hopefully, the solution. That’s according to those participating in a new program in Colorado aimed at stopping opioid abuse. “Medicine as a whole is … more
As the moon slowly wanes, Muslims all over the world watch carefully for it to disappear completely, signaling the end of Ramadan and the beginning of Eid al-Fitr. The month of Ramadan is a time for Muslims to focus intently on God. This focus … more
Mayor Pro Tem and two-term City Councilor Carol Dodge announced June 14 that she will seek the mayor’s chair. “Advocating home rule authority and supporting legislation to keep our cities strong, robust, and relevant far into the future has … more
A new Amazon distribution facility planned to open in Thornton in a year will rely on robots — lots and lots of robots. “The perception most people have is we use robots more than people,” said Ashley Robinson, Amazon’s communications … more
A Thornton street and a city skatepark will now honor two heros, both who died while serving their country. The Thornton City Council voted on June 13 to honor two members of the military, each with distinctive service records, who ultimately … more
Westminster city officials hope to start construction this fall on the first part of a three-phase $9.15 million project at Westminster Station. The first phase of Westminster Station Park will be a nature playground costing about $3.71 … more
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