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Heavy high country snows have local water officials happy but cautious about this summer’s water supply. “The big snow events in the metro area honestly do not help us,” said Emily Hunt, Thornton’s water resources manager. “We’d … more
While mayors around the metro area are backing a state legislative effort restricting construction defects lawsuits that they say discourage the building of attainable housing — such as condominiums and townhomes — critics say it would take away … more
Londa Mull isn't your typical couch surfer. “I'm technically homeless, and I chose this,” she said with a smile. After her four adult children moved out, Mull, a 50-year-old former real estate broker's assistant, began looking for a … more
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Dr. Donald Sweeting is well aware he has big shoes to fill as the new president of Colorado Christian University. Following the retirement and death of the university’s former president, Bill Armstrong, in 2016, CCU worked for months to find … more
A random act of kindness can do so much. Thornton resident Marti Robards knows firsthand. It can lift a mood, change a day for the better — even extinguish an arsonist's destructive flames. And now, at 69-years-old, it's made Robards a … more
The elaborate clean-up at Adam’s County’s old firearms training range could cost $5 million — and county officials said they really don’t see a way around it. “If we are obligated to clean it up, we have to clean it up,” Commissioner … more
A year after changing the school district’s name, Superintendent Pamela Swanson said Westminster Public Schools are showing how they’ve updated their programs and attitude as well. “We are not the same district we were,” Swanson said. … more
Casey Park doesn’t have much in the way of memories of the men who helped save his life last March. What he does remember is worrying about his infant son Allister. Everything else is a blur. “For some reason, I feel like my son was in the … more
With health care becoming one of the biggest challenges facing Americans today, it’s no surprise that young people can feel especially overwhelmed and confused about where, when and how to receive medical attention. “Health services need to … more
Thornton High School’s newest batch of eighth-graders will be welcomed with a bit of fanfare and plenty of helpful information next week. The school is hosting the annual Eighth Grade Info Night from 6 to 7:30 p.m. March 7. “We want to … more
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