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State’s best swimmers compete

Swimmers from around the Front Range met at Thornton’s Veterans Memorial Aquatic Center Feb. 13 and 14 for the 5A Girl’s championships in swimming and diving. Team from Boulder’s Fairview High … more

Mustangs struggle against Fort Collins

It has been a rough stretch as of late for Mountain Range basketball. After starting the season 11-4, the Mustangs now have dropped their last five contests — all of in conference play. Feb. 11 … more

Windsor handcuffs Holy Family to claim conference victory

Feb. 13 at home against Windsor, the Tigers never captured a lead against a deep, talented Wizards group that moved on to claim a 58-35 win — their 11th in 15 conference contests. Scoring their … more

New tax law gives for some, takes for others

For those of us in the flyover states, Congress seems locked in discord and matters that don’t seem to move legislation. But don’t kid yourself - sometimes we would like for the lawmakers to … more

Letters to the Editor

Time to meet your precinct neighbors Do you know Colorado is only one of 10 states that still has a local precinct committee meeting every two years (caucus)? It is a social venue where you can meet … more

Same song, second verse in the ballad of the Federal budget

Some people miss the obvious while others don’t care. And some are simply bull-headed, pushing the same boulder up the hill regardless of what happened last year and the year before President … more

Northglenn Police seek citizen input

The Northglenn Police Department consistently strives to provide quality service in line with modern policing best practices. As such, the department has contracted with BerryDunn, a national … more

Northglenn churches team up to offer Ashes to Go

Two Northglenn churches will distribute ashes to morning commuters at the Wagon Road Park-n-Ride, 120th and Huron, from 6-7:30 a.m. on Ash Wednesday, Feb. 26. “It’s an opportunity for us to … more

Metro North Fire district seeks board members, citizens for academy

North Metro Fire Rescue District is looking for residents to join its Citizens Academy April 1 through May 13. The academy teaches community members about the fire district through fun and … more

Westminster slates meetings to pitch water, sewer rate increase

Residents will get two opportunities to weigh in on a proposed increase to Westminster water and sewer residential rates. Public Works Director Max Kirschbaum said staff is proposing a 6% increase in … more

Reporter Stories: Digging into The Farm, Westminster's Uplands Development

Long-time Westminster Window columnist Bill Christopher discusses the Oread Capital's Uplands Development in Westminster, the City Council's Feb. 10 approval and what's next. Read our latest story … more

Top performers share their secrets to success

One myth about top performers in any field is that they tend to keep their secrets of success to themselves. Engaging in conversations with very successful senior executives, top-performing sales and … more

Noir films are satisfying dark blend

The misquote “The stuff that dreams are made of” concludes what great 1941 noir film? The answer and some interesting information about the film come later. Every Sunday in the mid-1970s, a … more

Sensory- and memory-friendly events give opportunities for expression in the Denver area

The Barros family has difficulty finding programs they all can attend. “We try to take them to events as much as I can, but the kids at this age don't pay attention for an hour,” Fernando Barros … more

Annual Dragon Film Festival roars in return

Asia’s dynamic and varied cultures have histories and stories that go back thousands of years, and as “Parasite” thrillingly displayed at this year’s Oscars, there are many, many stories … more

Narrow win for Uplands

A controversial Shaw Heights development proposal won a narrow victory this week as Westminster City Councilors approved three land use definition changes. Now developers Oread Capital will continue … more

Misunderstanding at center of un-bee-lievable mystery

What began as a suspected theft of 30 hives from a Northglenn lot and the bee-napping of more than 30,000 of the honey-making insects turned out to be a misunderstanding. Beekeeper Boris Cherny, 90, … more

Wanted: home for towering wooden soldiers

Steve Farland's colossal wooden soldiers need a new home. Farland is better known as the Chairman. From a cavernous warehouse on Navajo Street, in Englewood's old industrial district, he sells chairs … more

Effort brings music to life for students

The annual Bringing Music to Life Instrument Drive kicks off March 2, continuing its mission to bring the gift of music to Colorado students in underfunded music programs. This is the 10th year for … more
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