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The Adams County Board of Commissioners voted on the following legislation during the Feb. 17 meeting. Commissioners in attendance were Eva Henry, Chaz Tedesco, Erik Hansen, Steve O’Dorisio and Jan … more
Colorado Community Media won 74 individual awards and four special honors in the Colorado Press Association's Better Newspaper Contest, results of which were announced Feb. 21 during the annual … more
A former Westminster pastor was sentenced to 10 years to life in prison for sexually assaulting three young women. Gerald Clark, 52, was sentenced earlier this month after pleading guilty on Dec. 12, 2014, to sexual assault on a child by one in a … more
When Rhett Reckling walks in the dining hall at Westminster Presbyterian Church, he knows exactly where he’s headed. His friends always save him a place at the dinner table. “We’ve been eating together for a long time,” he said. “I like … more
Middle school librarians and sports were among the talking points in the first round of negoiations between the Westminster Educaton Association and the Adams County School District 50. Representatives from those two groups met Feb. 17 for the … more
After just over a year of existence, the Westminster Chamber of Commerce has grown to over 300 members. Launched in December 2013, the chamber has become a resource to promote, support and connect member businesses and organizations to the residents … more
Brighton Mayor Dick McLean spoke of his pride and love for Brighton on the morning of Thursday, Feb. 19, at the State of the City breakfast held at the Armory. McLean spoke of the continued growth, sustainability and educational opportunities … more
Brighton city council members were host to a large group of people on both sides of proposed new regulations for gas and oil development around the city. Brighton council members have been working with the state, oil companies, Colorado Health … more
The City of Thornton is offering a new home repair loan program to low-income homeowners living in the city. The program started last October and offers a zero percent interest rate to pay for larger health, accessibility and safety repairs. The … more
State lawmakers have named a roadway to honor Sgt. David Baldwin, a Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office deputy who was killed while on duty on Highway 93 last January. On Tuesday, Feb. 17, legislators unanimously adopted a House joint resolution … more
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