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For six weeks students at Shadow Ridge Middle School in Thornton have worked on science fair projects. And finally after hours and hours of research, experiments and preparation, their projects went on display on Feb. 21 for their fellow classmates, … more
Adams County Commissioner Erik Hansen send out a letter last week to his fellow commissioners, elected county officials and other county staff encouraging support for a home-rule system. He said that the county should replace some elected officials … more
The Community Reach Center Foundation is accepting nominations for the Mary Ciancio Memorial Distinguished Service Award. Nominations for the 2014 award must be received by 4 p.m., Friday, Feb. 28. Established in 1979, this award was named in … more
Colorado Boulevard between Highway 7 and 168th Avenue has been reopened after being closed for five months as workers repaired the road. The road had been closed since mid-September when flooding along Big Dry Creek washed away the road surface and … more
Jennifer Lewis, 32, was convicted Feb. 19 of first-degree murder in the 2008 shooting of a security guard at the Grizzly Rose nightclub. The Adams County District Court jury also convicted Lewis of three counts of attempted first-degree murder of … more
Come this June, a 16-month project will begin to replace the 72nd Avenue and Raleigh Street bridge in Westminster. The project will also include the replacement of multiple utilities in the surrounding area. The $5 million project is being funded … more
The U.S. 36 public-private partnership concessionaire agreement is moving forward after two approvals, one from the High Performance Transportation Enterprise, HPTE Board on Feb. 19 and the other from the Colorado Department of Transportation, CDOT, … more
The cities of Thornton and Northglenn are among five cities who have filed a joint complaint against the Adams County Board of Commissioners and Sheriff Doug Darr for restricting or denying to house municipal prisoners in the county jail. Aurora, … more
Council unanimously approved a ground lease agreement with Ralston House Children’s Advocacy Center for the property at 2360 W. 112th Ave. The site used to house North metro Children’s Advocacy, but it vacated the site in the spring of 2013. … more
Council unanimously approved the purchase of a 2014 Graco RoadLazer RoadPak System, a paint striping unit, for $47,637.25 with Alta Coatings and Equipment Inc. This is to replace the striper that was purchased in 2002; these pieces of equipment have … more
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