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Back for its third year, Northglenn’s Pirate Fest will seem pretty familiar to attendees. You don’t need to mess with a success, said Steven Stokes, Northglenn’s city event supervisor. “It’s been really successful throughout,” … more
A hearing to determine whether a 15-year-old accused in the murder of 10-year-old Kiaya Campbell will be tried as an adult will not be postponed beyond Oct. 30, after a Sept. 8 conference. “It’s set for a transfer hearing, a preliminary … more
Thornton will pay its new city manager a $212,000 annual salary, according to a two-year contract city councilors signed Aug. 22. According to the contract, Thornton will also pay up to $5,000 in moving costs to help new manager Kevin Woods … more
Thornton runs the risk of getting sued over steeper oil and gas regulations, Mayor Heidi Williams warned city councilors at their Aug. 22 meeting. “The oil and gas industry is a huge investor in the state of Colorado,” Williams said. “Not … more
Westminster officials will take the stage at the Church Ranch event center Aug. 30 to talk about where the city has come from and forecast where it’s headed. Mayor Herb Atchison and Economic Development Director John Hall will give the main … more
Northglenn’s newest signature festival kicks off Aug. 18 in E.B. Rains Jr. Memorial Park with two different moods designed to attract different kinds of magic-loving crowds. “We are trying to offer some distinct events for adults,” said … more
Kevin Woods said his experience both as an Army colonel and a small-town manager prepared him for his new job as Thornton’s new city manager. “Going from a high position in the military to getting hands-on experience in a small town, I feel … more
It’s a mighty big fuss for what amounts to a shadow. The moon butts its way in between the Earth and the sun Aug. 21, casting its shadow across the continental U.S. from sea to sea. A cross-continental U.S. total eclipse like this hasn’t … more
The emotion that Nancy Rynes remembers most when she woke up on that January day in 2014 was anger. It wasn’t anger at the texting driver that had hit her while she bicycled around the Lafayette roundabout. It wasn’t anger about the injuries … more
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