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An annual Thornton tradition tries to improve city neighborhoods, one home at a time, with a fresh coat of paint. The City of Thornton has partnered with Brothers Redevelopment for the past ten years to sponsor the Paint-a-Thon in Thornton. … more
Another class of Thornton High graduates ended their time in high school and moved on with a May 15 ceremony at the University of Colorado’s Coors Event Center. In all, 337 gradutes marched and received their diplomas. more
Salas will attend the University of Colorado-Denver to study film in the School of Fine Arts. What profession or career do you want to pursue? Why? After obtaining my BFA I plan on pursuing a … more
Besides academics, Byati has participtaed in sports, 1,000 hours of volunteer work, summer internships, mission trips and and leadership in her church. She plans to study business at University of … more
Thornton’s largest festival of the year returns Saturday May 20 to Carpenter Park Fields and is expected to draw as many as 50,000 visitors. ThorntonFest runs from 10 a.m. to 5 a.m. May 20 at the park, 108th Avenue and Colorado … more
It’s seven days before graduation and nine students of the Thornton Recruit Academy suit up to begin scenario training. In a simulation of clearing a building where a security alarm has shown evidence of breaking and entering, four cadets enter … more
Thornton officials will have their eyes on state-mandated inspections of gas wells and lines and promise to pass the information along to residents. City councilors voted May 8 to require the results from state-mandated inspections of the 99 … more
An 18-year-old Thornton man was arrested Monday as police investigate the death of his girlfriend's three-month-old child. more
Thornton’s Dominic Poretti said he was surprised earlier this month when he heard police sirens and tried to tune in his trusty radio scanner. It hadn’t failed him before. “Usually, it’s the way you find out what’s going on,” Poretti, … more
An effort to help kids learn a love of reading has side benefits, according to the newest winner of the Community Reach Center’s latest Ciancio Distinguished Service Award winner. Brighton’s Nancy Skeels won the award and was honored at the … more
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