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Just weeks after playing a large role in the annual Public Library Association’s biennial industry event and conference, Anythink Director Pam Sandlian Smith has been named the association’s future president. She will serve the 2017-2018 … more
Hyland Hills Park and Recreation District welcomes returning board member Tom Lynch and new board member Chris Dittman to its board of directors starting May 17. Each member is appointed for a four-year term. An election scheduled for May 4 … more
The 17th Judicial District Nominating Commission has nominated three candidates for a district court judgeship created by the retirement of the Hon. C. Scott Crabtree, effective July 1. Nominees Jaclyn Casey Brown of Westminster, Tomee Crespin of … more
More than 100 students, parents and other guests joined Westminster Rotary Club members past and present for the club’s annual scholarship dinner May 5 at Ciancio’s at Hyland Hills Restaurant and Lounge. “We’re going to be giving away a … more
In celebration of the company's growth and continued job creation, Alliance Data's card services business, a Columbus, Ohio-based provider of branded credit card programs, hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony May 5 at the company's Westminster … more
A Colorado proposal to certify organic marijuana has been rejected amid concerns that the labels would imply pot is healthy. The bill rejected in a legislative committee on May 3 would have created a first-of-its-kind label for marijuana that had … more
About 18 years ago, Sharie Thompson and Kath Allen met while working in the corporate world — they became instant friends through their mutual love of dogs and the outdoors. “We always had this dream to do something with dogs,” Thompson … more
The Alzheimer’s Association of Colorado is promoting resources available for family members and caretakers of those with the mentally debilitating affliction after the latest figures show the disease on the rise. According to the most recent … more
Fewer Americans are visiting libraries — which means they’re missing out on the changes at such institutions, according to results of a Pew Research Center survey released in April at the Public Library Association’s annual conference in … more
I’m a state legislator, often working long hours at the Capitol in Denver. I’m a wife and mom, often working long hours at home here in Westminster, too. I know I am not alone. I salute the moms who balance picking kids up for swim lessons, … more
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