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It was Caddyshack meets the Walking Dead Oct. 14 at Westminster’s Legacy Ridge Golf Course as teams of duffers squared off against each other in a best ball scramble and a few extra hazards in the form of zombies wandering the course. It’s the … more
A room fire can spread from a spark to fully engulfed in four minutes, according to North Metro Fire Prevention Chief Steve Gosselin. That’s why planning is key. Gosselin and other fire personnel joined fire survivors Oct. 14 at the Walmart … more
In-home day cares in unincorporated Adams County could take on twice as many children next year. The Adams County Commission reviewed the proposal from the Community and Economic Development Department during a study session Oct. 3. Kristin … more
Colorado nutrition advocates Food For Hope is looking for volunteers and donations to help make Thanksgiving happen for families throughout Adams County. Volunteers will be assembling 1,600 boxes of food that includes everything needed to prepare … more
Voters in Brighton’s school district will decide if the District 27J school district will get to keep an estimated $12 million in property tax collections going forward. The school district, which manages Brighton High School, Prairie View High … more
Northglenn voters will decide if they want to extend a property tax mill rate devoted to road repairs and approve trio of amendments to the city’s charter aimed at the polls Nov. 7. The city has posted a page to the Northglenn.org website … more
Two oil and gas drilling trade groups filed a suit Oct. 10 seeking to overturn strict pipeline rules that Thornton City Council adopted in August. The suit, filed in Adams County District Court by the Colorado Oil and Gas Association and the … more
Northglenn’s new $23 million Justice Center and planning for a new senior center will be among factors driving the city’s budget in 2018. Jason Loveland, Northglenn Director of Finance, said the proposed budget calls for $62.9 million in … more
Four Colorado lawmakers were honored by Healthier Colorado for their work in strengthening access to mental health services. Sen. John Cooke, R-Greeley, Sen. Daniel Kagan, D-Cherry Hills Village, Rep. Joe Salazar, D-Thornton, and Rep. … more
The Colorado Department of Transportation has kicked off a five-month asphalt pavement repair project on 14 segments of highway, affecting six counties in and around the metropolitan area. Repair projects will take place in Adams, Arapahoe, … more
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