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Westminster Fire Department participates in many community events to actively promote fire and life safety and to support charitable causes. The next community event is SafeKids coming up Saturday on April 12.The event will feature a variety of … more
Around 1:46 a.m. on April 7, the Westminster Fire Department responded to a structure fire at Mooyah Burgers, Fries & Shakes in The Orchard Town Center, on the 14600 block of Delaware in Westminster. The duct activation in the restaurant activated a … more
is the word on stage at Prairie View High School, 12909 East 120th Ave., Henderson starting today at 7 p.m. “I chose because I wanted to do a musical everyone could sing along with,” PVHS Theater Director Jennifer Bryner said. “ is timeless … more
Two buildings that have sat vacant for years in Welby will be given new breath of life. The Adams County Board of Commissioners unanimously approved during its March 24 regular meeting to rezone the .71 acre parcel at 7650 Washington St. and … more
Adams County Board of Commissioners recognized the three outstanding local youths who will represent unincorporated Adams County as the nominees for this year’s Adams County Mayors and Commissioners Youth Awards (ACMCYA)—an annual, two-tiered … more
Jan James has been named the new director of Children & Family Services. James will begin her new role on April 1. James has an extensive background in child welfare and therapeutic settings serving children and families. An eight-year veteran of … more
The Creativity Club, made up of freshman from Legacy and Northglenn high schools, is headed to the Destination ImagiNation state competition on April 12. The team earned first place at the north metro regional tournament on March 8 and since then … more
The Senate passed the annual state budget bill on April 4, with bipartisan support. The $23 billion “long bill” had previously passed the House. The Senate’s work included the passage of an amendment that sets aside $21 million for the … more
A bill that would prohibit the sale of low-efficiency plumbing fixtures in Colorado is on its way to the governor’s desk. The bill would ban the sale of faucets, shower heads and toilets that are not “WaterSense” certified by the federal … more
Changes made to a flood relief bill appeased Republicans in the House on April 4. The legislation provides tax relief for victims who were impacted by last year’s floods. The bill also provides relief for future victims whose homes might be … more
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