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While supermarket chains and even some breweries across Colorado are hopped up about the idea of allowing all grocery stores to sell full-strength alcoholic beverages, some neighborhood liquor stores have a case of sour grapes about the whole … more
Rachel Gutierrez’s reason for enrolling her 3-year-old daughter in a dual-language program where she splits her day between Spanish and English was simple: “I wish I had learned a second language, and I figure this is a way we can give our … more
In an effort to attract new businesses and to revitalize an area in need, the Thornton City Council approved a new grant program. The South Thornton Attraction and Revitalization (STAR) grant program stands out from other grants because it is … more
For six months now, Westminster has been using the “lot-by-lot” approach to try to build a new 105-acre mixed-use downtown area out of the rubble of the Westminster Mall. To date, only an Alamo Drafthouse — offering drinks, dinner and a movie … more
Stories connect with people. They provide humanity and empathy in situations that would normally be easier for many to ignore. That’s why, during the Lakewood stop on One Colorado’s new statewide tour, executive director Dave Montez opened … more
Stephen Bennett’s reason for joining Adams 12 Five Star’s Leadership Academy is clear: “I have two kids in Adams 12 and I’m interested in their quality of education.” New this year, the leadership Academy holds monthly sessions designed … more
James Jordan sweats as he trudges through the brush, up the steep slope toward the top of a rocky plateau. The bleached, fall sun has warmed the chilly morning, and Jordan has already shed one layer. The hillside is neither as steep nor as high as … more
Here is a list of the candidate questionnaires that the Northglenn-Thornton Sentinel conducted with all the candidates for Northglenn's City Council. Ward 2 Beck Brown Gayle Monroe Ward … more
North Metro Fire and Rescue gave three local residents Lifesaver Awards in recognition for stopping to render aid and administering CPR to Broomfield resident Michael Engle. North Metro firefighters credit the three — Crystal Mikkelson of … more
Heritage Square is closing. It doesn’t come as a surprise to the long-time merchants, but as they try to find a new home, many reminisce about the time spent there. “We can relocate,” said Dean Maus, owner of the square’s haunted house … more
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