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RTD addresses B and G line quiet zone concerns amid community backlash

The Regional Transportation District held a virtual meeting on Thursday, March 4, to discuss the use of train horns within the designated Quiet Zones on the B and G lines. A Quiet Zone is a section … more

Man in Westminster shot in dispute over unwanted guests

Westminster police arrested 25-year-old Serena Ayesha Ahmad on suspicion of second-degree murder after an incident that occurred Feb. 28, a department press release said. At around 12:30 a.m., two … more

Here is a chance to influence Westminster going forward

The City of Westminster’s “Westminster Forward” endeavor continues to chug along toward a time when public comment will be offered. This multi-faceted planning process is important for all of … more

Westminster Buddhist center moving forward, but some residents concerned

A proposed Tibetan Buddhist temple in Westminster hoping to promote peace and harmony is the source of recent tension in the community. Residents of the surrounding suburban neighborhood expressed … more

Black History Month is important for America

It is my general perception that many of us have heard of “Black History Month,” the national celebration of African-American people of importance and events in their history. In case you … more

No deal on Westminster water rates

Westminster City Council made it clear that there are two sides who still feel very different about water rates during a Jan. 28 study session, One side is adamant about lowering rates, the other … more

Fire Captain remembered for above-and-beyond service

After three decades of service to Westminster, David Sagel, a captain in the Westminster Fire Department, passed away Jan. 24. “He was a good one. He was a guy that brought so many positive … more

Study rates Westminster near top in apartment growth

A recent RENTCafé study said Westminster is #3 in Colorado and #20 in the country for the number of new apartments built in a city in the last five years. Though some might celebrate it, many in the … more

Arganbright gets six years for sexual assault

William J. Martinez of the U.S. District Court of Colorado sentenced former Westminster police officer Curtis Lee Arganbright to six years in prison for sexually assaulting a woman while serving … more

Westminster Presbyterian FISH food pantry offers a hand-up

The Westminster Presbyterian Church is the oldest church in the city and the place roughly 115,000 people call “home.” Founded in 1892, the church sits in the same neighborhood where the original … more

Seitz enters mayoral race

All but guaranteeing an eventful local election season, Anita Seitz announced her bid for Westminster mayor. Seitz, the current mayor pro tem on Westminster City Council, will face off against former … more

Uplands project review begins new phase

The city's review of a controversial 253 acres mixed-use development in the Shaw Heights area begins its next phase later this month with virtual meetings for neighbors. The city has scheduled two … more

Westminster recall group sues city over petitions

The Westminster Water Warriors, a group of residents trying to recall four city councilors, filed a lawsuit Jan. 6. against the city over petitions it filed in October. The filing is a last … more

Shooting at Westminster’s IMT Hyland Hills injures two

An early New Year’s Day shooting at Westminster’s IMT Hyland Hills apartment complex left two people injured. Westminster police arrived on scene after the shooting occurred when … more

Recall short on signatures but group has options

It seems like it’s been a long, belabored haul in reaching the final conclusion on the recall petitions pertaining to Atchison, Seitz, Skulley and Voelz. I am sure they feel the same way as should … more

Area hospitals not full, but fear another surge

Hospitals in the wider Adams County region are running out of space, with officials expecting a post-Thanksgiving surge. About 80 percent of the county’s ICU capacity is full, according to most … more

The Count goes on: How long before we know the winner?

In keeping with the world of electronics, algorithms, mega computers and a thirst for instant results, Americans expect to know the outcome of an election the same night, right after the polls close … more

Westminster returns to remote learning

Westminster Public Schools sent students home for two weeks in an to cut down on spiking COVID-19 cases in the area. In written statement, Westminster Superintendent of Schools Pamela Swanson, she … more

A season of discontent: Political unrest grows in Westminster

Political unrest is a national past time in America these days. Starting at the macro level, Westminster is a sliver of the national uproar and rhetoric regarding both the presidential and Colorado … more

Roundtable targets airport noise

A group of six northwest metro Denver cities and Jefferson County will begin discussing ways to manage airplane takeoff and landing noise in 2021. It’s part of a Rocky Mountain Municipal … more
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