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When Christine Arguello was a little girl, she never expected to become a United States District Court Judge. Instead she kept her focus on earning the best grades possible in order to reach her goal of becoming a lawyer, proving those around her … more
When guests showed up to a Hunger Banquet on April 7 at Front Range Community College in Westminster, what they ended up eating was left up to chance. Some enjoyed a nice chicken meal while sitting at a decorated table, while others sat on the floor … more
For the first time in the Adams 12 Five Star School District, student athletes and students with disabilities came together on one court, competing in a unified basketball game on April 8. In front of a packed gym, the Mountain Range Mustangs, the … more
Sen. Lois Tochtrop is retiring from public office. Tochtrop, who represents District 24, will be term limited after this year and said she is done with being a politician. “Frankly, I’m tired,” she said. “Sixteen years is a long time, … more
One of the last bills sponsored by Sen. Lois Tochtrop this legislative session and in her political career is reminiscent of one of the first bills she worked on as a freshman legislator. Senate Bill 14-130 increases the personal needs allowance … more
A formal sentencing hearing was held Friday for former Adams County Deputy Sheriff David Morrow, 31, whose 5-year prison sentence for assaulting a 15-year-old boy was reduced to 2 years probation. Morrow previously was sentenced to the minimum … more
The second annual Romito Foundation Beer Tasting on the Hill Silent Auction will be 7-11 p.m. Friday, May 9, at The Brittany Hill in Thornton. There are 2 ticket types available — VIP which includes a Crawfish Boil and General Admission for $60 … more
The National Weather Service (NWS) is offering free weather spotter classes to the general public April 19, April 26 and May 8. The classes prepare residents how to identify severe weather situations, severe weather safety techniques, how … more
The city of Northglenn’s efforts to get residents to recycle is slowly but steadily paying off, announced the director of public works. David Willett updated City Council on the recycling outreach program during the March 7 study session. He … more
Alicia Molinaro remembers when she was young going to different art shows with her mom and grandparents. Molinaro is now an art teacher at Global Leadership Academy and has been the coordinator for the annual Mapleton District Art Show for the … more
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