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Following a brief Q&A between audience members and former Bronco wide receiver Ed McCaffrey, John Cody of the Thornton Economic Development Office and Thornton council members took to the stage to present the following awards: • The … more
The University of Colorado A Line, connecting travelers at Denver Union Station to Denver International Airport, began service last week and with it, adjustments were made to RTD’s AB SkyRide service along U.S. Highway 36. According to the City … more
After the March 23 snowstorm that dumped up to 2 feet of wet, heavy snow in many parts of the Denver metro area, homeowners may be wondering how to protect and repair snow-damaged trees in their yards and neighborhoods. Although the first impulse … more
Rick Doucet, CEO of the local nonprofit mental health organization Community Reach Center, was the recipient last week of the 2016 William Funk Award for Building Stronger Communities. Colorado Nonprofit Association honored Doucet March 16 at the … more
Colorado Nonprofit Association For 25 years, the Colorado Nonprofit Association has connected nonprofits of all sizes, missions and geographic locations. The association leads the nonprofit sector in influencing public policy and public opinion, … more
The Young Philanthropist Project last month raised more than $20,000 for Court-Appointed Special Advocates of Adams and Broomfield counties during its “Night at the Races” event Feb. 19 at the Denver Marriot Westminster on Church Ranch … more
The Adams County Museum is hosting its annual book sale fundraiser through March 19. Thousands of gently used books will be available for purchase at low prices — most fiction paperbacks are just 50 cents, with hardcovers for $1. Coffee-table … more
March is Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month, a time when people across the country are joining together to educate the public about the dangerous but highly preventable disease. Colorectal cancer — commonly known as colon cancer — is the … more
A group of North Metro’s most prominent auto repair and maintenance shop owners recently collected enough food to feed a needy family of four for more than two months. To go along with its annual symposium, the Automotive Service Association … more
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