Northglenn Mayor resigns, blames 'toxic environment'
Northglenn Mayor Carol Dodge stepped down from her position June 5, citing a “toxic council environment.” Councilor Antonio Esquibel, the councilor from Ward 4, will step in as Mayor …
Northglenn Arts presents its free summer concert series

Northglenn Arts kicks off its annual summer concert series June 5 with the band Thumpin’. The annual Summer Concert Series provides free outdoor music featuring six concerts-in-the-park at 6:30 …

Legacy swimmer caps break-out season

The 2019 season for Legacy junior swimmer Luke Miller was a special one, filled with plenty of accomplishments. One of those accomplishments: breaking a Colorado state-record in the 200-yard …

Community Reach grant to boost opioid treatment training for police

A $15,675 opioid response grant from Colorado’s Department of Human Services to the Community Reach Center should help criminal justice staff in Adams County learn more effective ways to use …

Sports

Holy Family, Legacy baseball conclude special seasons

As both Holy Family (22-7) and Legacy (15-12) baseball started their seasons slow at 4-4 and 1-6, their runs to the Final 4 (4A) and Final 8 (5A) respectively wrapped up their resilient and …

News

Stressed out? Your dog may feel it too

When dog owners go through a stressful period, they’re not alone in feeling the pressure — their dogs feel it too, a new study suggests. Dog owners experiencing long bouts of stress can transfer …

Life

Tiny House Festival returns for third year

More than 40 small living structures, from tiny houses on wheels to container homes, will be on display at the Colorado Tiny House Festival, returning for its third year June 21-23 at the Adams …

Sports

Holy Family baseball left everything on the field in run to Final 4

The 2019 season for Holy Family baseball and manager Marc Cowell didn’t start as planned. Going 4-4 through the first quarter of the season, the Tigers closed the schedule on an impressive 18-3 to …

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Winning Words

Keeping commitments we make to ourselves

As any good salesperson or sales manager will tell you, getting a “verbal” commitment or a “verbal” yes from a prospect, without a signed agreement or authorized transaction, just doesn’t …

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Craig Marshall Smith
Quiet Desperation

Peak experience is a case of aiming way too high

The greatest risk I am willing to take is grocery shopping in Douglas County on a Saturday afternoon. It is an electrifying episode of “Supermarket Sweep” conjoined with a dress rehearsal for …

Turning the tide: Remembering D-Day after 75 years

It was the beginning of the end of World War II in the European Theater. It had been two years in planning, training and supplying leading up to its launch on June 6, 1944. President Roosevelt, Prime …

Editorial cartoon for June 6

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