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The mother of a 2-year-old boy who was left inside a vehicle during below-freezing weather has been arrested, according to the Thornton Police Department. Nicole Carmon, 26, of Westminster, could face felony child abuse. Thornton police were … more
Having a vision is important for a satisfying and fulfilling life. With a vision you have purpose, energy and something to focus on when you have a down day. You’re moving toward it because you … more
Friends, family and others who want to help are raising money online through a GoFundMe to go toward a funeral and memorial for Legacy High School student Joren Coates, 16, also known as “Jory,” according to the GoFundMe site. The student and … more
Five Northglenn High School students are coding their way into the future by designing an app that allows users, with the help of a Google Cardboard headset, to view the town like never before. The students, Caleb Dudley, Jacob Johns, Joey … more
Tell us about your background. I grew up in Arvada, and I went to Pomona High School. I went to Colorado State University, and I was a journalism major. It was during that time when I first got involved in student government. I really fell … more
There’s something fun waiting for family members of all ages at this year’s Thornton WinterFest. The community holiday gathering takes place at Carpenter Park Fields, at the corner of 108th Avenue and Colorado Boulevard, on Dec. 9 from 6:30 to 9 … more
Before Jan Pawlowski began a 15-year career in Adams County politics, she was a volunteer member of the Parks and Recreation Advisory Board in Brighton, working to improve public spaces and the quality of life in that city. She has held many roles … more
Choosing the perfect holiday gift can sometimes be a challenge, but it isn’t always meant to be, especially if the exchange is part of a white elephant party. A white elephant party involves the giving of wacky presents that are unique and … more
Dave Baugh first ate bugs while serving in Southeast Asia in the Marine Corps. “The first time, it was kind of weird,” he admits. “And then, the more places we went to, we ate different kinds of bugs.” For many people, that experience … more
Winter weather made its debut in recent weeks — better late than never — temporarily causing slick roads and blurred visibility. As the season enters full swing, travel experts advise motorists to drive with caution and adjust their vehicles … more
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