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About 3 million Americans have served in the military since the 9/11 terrorist attacks, and just as there are differences between generations of the public at large, there are differences between younger veterans and those who served before … more
The 16-year-old girl who was shot and killed during a house party in Thornton on Sept. 17 has been identified as Haley Vargaz, a junior at Thornton High School. The slaying happened after a disturbance broke out at about 1:40 a.m. on Sept., 17, … more
Design Workshop, a Denver-based urban design and planning firm, has been selected to craft the new Regional Park and Fairgrounds master plan, which will include opportunities for residents to share what they would like to see. “We will put out … more
Spiders are often over-feared and misunderstood. When a spider web and huge “Charlotte” appear in the yard you might turn them into family STEAM activities at home (science, technology, engineering, arts and math). Adults and children can … more
Standley Lake sophomore Jack Knight was born with Duchenne muscular dystrophy, an incurable genetic disease that causes muscle weakness and eventually robs patients of their ability to walk, move … more
Thomas Westbrook had a feeling something was wrong at ITT Technical Institute earlier this year. “A few of us had an inkling something was fishy because they stopped taking new students in,” the Westminster resident said. He said school … more
The Archdiocese of Denver has announced it will open a new Catholic elementary school in Thornton, to be called Frassati Catholic Academy. “Given the growing Catholic population around Thornton, we desired to offer a new opportunity to help … more
Land use approvals dominated the Adams County commissioners public hearing on Sept. 13, specifically the expansion of an existing multi-unit housing development at 1750 W. 52nd Place. Originally approved in 2002, 72 multi-family homes currently … more
Sean Hannon is impressed by children who conquer the new EPIC Sky Trek in town. “The fearlessness,” he said. Hannon, who owns the martial arts school Castle Rock Aikido, recently took on the tower himself with student Heather Taber. The … more
The bodies of two young Americans who died fighting the Islamic State group in Syria were returned to their sobbing families early Sept. 16 in simple, gray caskets that were pulled from an Amtrak train in Denver as throngs of sleepy passengers … more
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