Learning Without Tears
In today’s digital world, where children often commute electronically using acronyms such as IDK - for “I don’t know” - and emojis, educator Dianna Henn is sure there is still a need for …
Westminster considers ending sewer moratorium
City Councilors could vote to end a moratorium on new projects north of 92nd Avenue at their March 25 meeting. Councilors approved a first reading motion March 11 to end the moratorium s of April 29, …
Sports

Holy Family wins program’s first varsity lacrosse match

For Holy Family and its fledgling lacross program, March 11 was a pretty special day. Taking on Littleton (10-6 last year) on the road, in their first game ever, a fast start matched with the …

City surveys treatment plant options
City officials are asking resident’s opinions on whether to build a new water treatment facility southeast of 108th Avenue and Dover Street or in the open space east of U.S. 36 and Westminster …
Sports

Lady Wolves’ soccer drops opener

At Westminster High School, in the first game of the 2019 season for the ladies’ soccer team, Denver North (2-1) scored early and never turned back in their 7-0 victory March 12. Scoring twice in …

News

Bill would address youth mental health needs

Kari Eckert lost her 15-year-old son, Robbie, to suicide five months ago. The Lakewood High School student was an athlete, a leader, everyone's friend, Eckert said. She saw no signs of struggle. …

Life

Irish storyteller among presenters at conference

Those who love telling stories, as well as those who love to listen to them, will enjoy three events planned during the Rocky Mountain Storytelling Conference April 12-13 at the American …

Sports

Vista, Legend take game to Arizona diamonds

Now that the winter sports season is over and driveway is finally clear of snow, it is time to catch up on a few other things. First off, the Mountain Vista and Legend baseball teams displayed good …

Voices

Letter to the editor: Bill would help reduce suicide

Bill would help reduce suicide As a one-time state lawmaker who had an “A+” NRA rating and a former Republican candidate for governor, I’m strongly supportive of HB-1177 — a bill that would …
Craig Marshall Smith
Quiet Desperation

‘Like’ is, like, not really something to, like, like

I am, like, tired of it. More than tired. It makes me puke. Vomit. Regurgitate. Retch. Heave. It is the extra-grammatical word “like” I am talking about. It adds nothing, it means nothing, but it …
Norton
Winning Words

Here’s a look at story behind the change

Thanks again for the emails and feedback, especially over these past two weeks as we discussed knowing when it’s time for a change, and the truth and secret to success. A very common question and …
opinion

Letter to the editor: Greetings Colorado!

How are you doing today? I am writing to you as part of a class project for the novel “The Watsons Go To Birmingham.” My classmates and I are contacting newspapers across the country in a …

Letter to the Editor: Oil and Gas bullies

Oil and gas bullies I feel strongly about the oil and gas bill currently making its way through the legislature. I feel strongly about the health, safety and future of Coloradans and that the …
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