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The man who was hit by an Adams 12 Five Star School bus while crossing the street has died. Minh Dang passed away on March 3 at St. Anthony’s Central Hospital. The manner and cause of death is pending investigation. The accident happened at 8 … more
Teaching was not Katherine Klaver’s first profession. She was a journalist before receiving what she calls her calling to be a teacher. “I was working as a literacy tutor through AmeriCorps and started to really see my purpose,” she said. … more
To encourage eating a healthy breakfast, Hillcrest Elementary School welcomed a special guest who supports a strong and fit lifestyle on and off the field. Denver Broncos safety David Bruton was the main event during an assembly on March 4 at the … more
Matthew Burnett, 32, pleaded not guilty to second degree murder in the death of a Westminster man during his arraignment hearing on March 6. On Aug. 17, 2012 Broomfield police responded to a report of man lying in the street in the 2500 block of … more
Traffic along the E-470 tollway increased by 8.2 percent in 2013, with transactions rising from 54 million in 2012 to 58.4 million. This is the fourth straight year of traffic growth. These numbers are reported in the E-470 Public Highway … more
A lot is happening at the Regional Transportation District (RTD) and with our ambitious FasTracks transit expansion program, and I’m happy and excited to share some of the progress we’re … more
Valley View K-8’s recent $20,000 grant award is one of several Mapleton Public Schools receives each year that helps the district continue to innovate and provide additional opportunities to students. The district on average receives 10-20 … more
Thornton City Council has approved a 2014 budget increase of $278,637 to fund various FasTracks-related work. This unanimous decision came during council’s Feb. 25 regular meeting and will serve as the city’s local contribution to the … more
Northglenn residents may notice a bump in water and wastewater costs starting June 1. City Council approved by a 7-1 vote during its March 10 regular meeting to increase water rates by 9.5 to 10.5 percent. Mayor Joyce Downing was absent. This was … more
Metro North Chamber of Commerce announced today it has voted through its Business & Government Affairs Committee to oppose a Colorado Legislative proposal  that would affect tax-return preparers, and another proposal that would require a “health … more
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