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Pumpkin Nights glows in Brighton

A 40-foot long dragon. A ghostly pirate ship. An undersea wonderland. Those are just a few items in the fantastical lands, built using over 3,000 hand-carved pumpkins at Pumpkin Nights, which opened … more

Governor candidates keep slugging as election nears

Republican state Treasurer Walker Stapleton and Democratic U.S. Rep. Jared Polis clashed again over health care, guns and Colorado's energy future in the fifth one-on-one debate of their … more

Congressional District 6 candidates get combative at forum

With less than three weeks left before Election Day, U.S. Rep. Mike Coffman and Democratic challenger Jason Crow went for the political jugular at a forum that saw attacks on credibility as much as … more

Paralyzing illness spurs search for medical clues

U.S. health officials recently reported a jump in cases of a rare paralyzing illness in children, and said it seems to be following an every-other-year pattern. At least 62 cases have been confirmed … more

Frederick outscores Holy Family

The Frederick Warriors steady pressure was too much for Holy Family Oct. 12 as they handed the Tigers their second loss of the season 41-23. Frederick ended the first half leading Holy Family by a … more

Westminster seeks feeback about arts, culture

Westminster residents who would like to help the city evaluate the arts and culture in the community are invited to one of two interactive sessions. The sessions on Oct. 29 and Nov. 7 will help the … more

Letter to the Editor: Support for Faith Winter

Support for Faith Winter I am writing in support of Faith Winter for Colorado Senate District 24. I have seen Faith’s values in action-from her time on Westminster City Council to her superb … more

Letter to the Editor: Westminster vote disheartening

Westminster vote disheartening It’s disheartening to see the people’s voice ignored, facts rejected, regulation increasing, accountability ignored. Westminster City Council didn’t properly … more

Total recall: Considering politics and water rates in Westminster

These are turbulent political times in America at all levels of government. The recent U.S. Senate confirmation vote of U.S. Supreme Court Justice Nominee Brett Kavanaugh is the most recent and most … more

Adams 12 Five Stars Schools is a worthy investment

From 2010 to 2017, the graduation rate in Adams 12 Five Star Schools jumped 22.7 percentage points to 84.4 percent. For the past three years, state education officials have awarded the district a … more

Trunk or Treat returns to Thornton Oct. 20

Thornton’s Carpenter Park Fields, 108th Avenue and Colorado Boulevard transforms for a spooktacular event from 6-9 p.m. Oct. 20 for Trunk or Treat. This is a creative and fun Halloween event lets … more

Northglenn police thinking pink

Northglenn police will be cruising in style this Breast Cancer Awareness Month. To raise awareness, the department has wrapped one of its SUVs in pink vinyl. The chosen car is a general-purpose … more

Westminster approves water rate hike 4-1

The city will go ahead with a planned water rate hike, councilors decided at their Oct. 8 meeting. Councilors voted 4-1 to increase water rates by about $11 per month next year and another $11.50 in … more

Webster set for trial in road rage shooting

The Colorado Springs man accused of shooting a mother and killing her teenage son last summer in the parking lot of an 80th and Sheridan dentist office will stand trial, Adams County Judge Don Quick … more

Legacy softball defeats Northglenn, moves to state tournament

A late surge by the Lady Norsemen wasn’t enough to overcome a 7-run deficit in the first round of the 5A Softball Regionals at Broomfield Community Park Oct. 13. Despite allowing three runs late, … more

Westminster wears down Northglenn with running game

Early in the third quarter at Westminster, the Wolves (6-2, 6-1 in conference) found themselves with just a two-point lead over Northglenn (4-4, 3-4 in conference). However, the prolific Norsemen air … more

Flash Philanthropy comes to Adams County

If it’s true that charity is not just about the recipient but that the act of giving and being involved is just as important for those who are giving, Rick Sierra and Adams County’s Guys Who Give … more

Album is change from yesterday’s news

In the movies that were churned out during Hollywood’s classic era in the 1930s, journalists mainly handled stress with a bottle of bourbon in their desks and an unending string of half-lit … more
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