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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
Residents of rural parts of Colorado may no longer have to drive several hours to testify on legislation at the Capitol, under a bill that passed a House panel on March 31. House Bill 1303 — sponsored by House Speaker Mark Ferrandino, D-Denver … more
During Tuesday night’s Adams County School District 50 school board meeting, Bob Landgraf officially resigned as a board director. The 1962 Westminster High School graduate is moving out of the district, which prompted his resignation. In a … more
This legislative session marks the mid-way mark for Rep. Jenise May’s first term in office. May said she was honored to be appointed to the Joint Budget Committee because generally appointees have much more experience in the Legislature. Being … more
While a lot of focus has been on the opening businesses at the new Webster Lake Promenade, there is another development project just south of that area on Community Center Drive. Carrick Bend, a new multi-family development at 11525 Community … more
Recess at Malley Drive Elementary School in Northglenn may look a little different than other schools. Instead of 15 minutes of chaos, students are working together playing organized games, giving each other high fives and encouraging one another to … more
Community members got a chance to share their dreams and help create art during at Anythink Huron Street on Saturday. is a collaborative, multi-sensory art project done by Colorado artist Helen Hiebert and will hang from the ceiling of the Kay W. … more
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