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Westminster has no business deciding who should collect resident's trash, City Councilors were told Monday night. More than 150 residents crowded the City Council chambers and the hall surrounding it to argue against bringing curbside trash collections under city control. more
Students from throughout Westminster Public Schools gathered at Ranum Middle School Feb. 11 to test their knowledge and skillls against each other in geography, math, spelling, computer and science at the annual Celebrating Academic Excellence … more
A Thornton girl became the voice for hundreds of young Colorado hospital patients last week, part of a $21 million fundraising radio-telethonfor Children’s Hospital Colorado. Pamela Gonzales, 14,of Thornton, was one five Children’s Hospital … more
The 11th annual Colorado Environmental Film Festival takes place Feb. 23-25 at the American Mountaineering Center, 710 10th St. in Golden. Fifty-one films will be shown that raise awareness of a wide range of interconnected ecological, social and … more
Most days of the year, Randall Janda is painting something. It’s a job he enjoys, but wishes didn’t exist. Janda, the city of Thornton’s graffiti removal officer, starts most work days checking messages from residents and business owners … more
Westminster Public Schools have made enough improvement to escape state sanctions, officials argue in a Feb. 7 filing. School officials filed a statement Feb. 7 to the Colorado State Board of Education arguing that the state should give the … more
With all the uncertainty looming in the national, state and local economies, Colorado State University Economist Dr. Phyllis Resnick said it helps to look at the quitters. The high number of people who feel safe enough in their prospects to quit … more
Leadership of Westminster’s newly-recognized labor union said they are working well with the city and eager to do more. “The city has been approaching this with full transparency and they have been very upfront about every step and they’ve … more
Northglenn City Council members like a proposed civic center complex in concept but fear the 22-year long build-out takes too long and the $20.7 million in new taxes needed to fund it is too much. The council heard a presentation on the civic … more
A Federal Heights recall vote failed at the polls Feb. 7, but there will be turnover on the City Council as one of the recall targets stepped down two days before the vote. John Hamlin, the City Councilor from Ward 1 and the mayor pro tem, said … more
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