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Northglenn City Council passed the first reading of an initiative to allow ownership of backyard chickens and bees during its April 25 regular meeting at Northglenn City Hall. With some amendments to the ordinance, the next and final vote will be … more
• Wild West Ranch, from noon to 4 p.m. May 7 at the Northglenn Recreation Center, 11801 Community Center Drive — Learn what it’s like to be a ranch hand, including horseback riding and hay rides. The Colorado Youth Adventures trip is for kids … more
The Butterfly Pavilion is collaborating with Westminster, the City and County of Broomfield, Broomfield Open Space Foundation and Denver Botanic Gardens on a project focusing on conservation and restoration of the prairie grasslands. more
A bill sponsored by Rep. Faith Winter (D-Westminster), aiming to let a little sunshine into the employer-employee relationship, passed the Colorado House last week. House Bill 16-1432 would require an employer to allow an employee to see his or … more
• Silver Creek Elementary will celebrate a “decade of excellence and student success” during a public event at 6:30 p.m. May 13 at 15101 Fillmore Street in Thornton. • The Five Star Schools' District Health Advisory Committee-sponsored … more
Lauren Plomer, senior at Legacy High School, and twins Lina and Leilani Osmundson, seniors at Horizon High School, have been selected as 2016 Boettcher Scholarship recipients. This is the first time in more than 10 years the district has had three … more
Kate Dellett, student at Silver Hills Middle School, has written and published a book about anti-bullying. “Ally the Brave” was written from personal experience with the premise to treat a bully with kindness and understanding. Dellett's also … more
Riley Cook, a fifth-grader at North Star Elementary, won the Book Trust essay contest. After winning the award, Cook spoke at an event in Denver about the importance of books for children and their education. North Star started a partnership with … more
Westminster Police say a man shot and killed in an officer-involved shooting late April 27 fired first. According to a press release from Westminster Police, officers were investigating a stolen vehicle report at about 10 p.m. in the 7300 block of Tennyson Street when an adult male suspect opened fire on officers. more
For Sen. Cheri Jahn, the motivation is clear: To bring Colorado in line with a U.S. Supreme Court decision that makes it unconstitutional to sentence juveniles to life without parole and to allow for judicial discretion relating to circumstances … more
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