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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

Letter to the Editor:" Not drinking the Uplands Kool-Aid

Not drinking the Uplands Kool-Aid Regarding Bill Christopher’s Oct. 8 piece (“What is `Uplands Community Collective’ and what can it do?”), I take issue with Handlin and Kornacki’s vision. … more

Westminster mulls a return to live meetings

It could be quite some time before residents and citizens get to attend live City Council meetings in person, but a handful of staff and councilors were scheduled to be in City Hall Oct. 19. … more

Wilbur Flachman: A man for all seasons

We recently lost a good friend, outstanding Rotarian, successful businessman, active Westminster community supporter, husband, father, grandfather and a lot of other descriptors. He wore a lot of … more

Photo: Protesting the chamber

Sign-holding residents from Westminster group Save the Farm protest Oread Capital and the proposed Uplands Development at the entrance of the Denver Marriott Westminster on Church Range Boulevard on … more

The art of selective public information

What exactly is “the art of selective public information?” It’s a phrase that I have coined after observing the City of Westminster’s so-called “public information” operations. As you … more

The man who opened the Window has died

A longtime mainstay of the Denver Metro Area publishing scene and founder of the Westminster Window, Wilbur Flachman died last week at the age of 83, following complications from pancreatic cancer. … more

My name is... Doug Hall

I’m originally from Kentucky. I was raised in small town about 80 miles south of Louisville. I met a young lady through a friend’s sister. The young lady’s father was in the U.S. Army at Ft. … more

Remembering Vi June, Westminster mayor

Vi June, Westminster's first woman mayor, long-time political voice and newspaper columnist, died Saturday Aug. 15 surrounded by family. She was 88 years old. … more

Strategic speaking: Is Westminster still the ‘next urban center’?

Like most of us, I’m always looking for a silver lining in any situation that tends to be negative or lacks much hope or improvement. Well, a silver lining came out of the recent Westminster City … more

My Name Is... Heather Waters

Trickling to Thornton I grew up in Thornton. My parents still live here. [I love a]ll the beautiful open spaces and bike trails. After high school I worked for the parks department, utilities as a … more

Adams County open space projects to share $4.9 million

A series of 19 open space projects throughout Adams County — including one in Westminster and three in Thornton — will split $4.9 million in grants from a county program. Projects include new … more

Legacy Ridge Golf Course presenting “The Rough”

Besides being a nice place to play a round of golf, Amanda Berg Wilson figures Westminster’s Legacy Ridge Golf Course is a great place to enjoy an experimental, socially distanced play. “People … more

Letter to the Editor: Enough building

Enough building Thank you, Bill Christopher, for your article about the 2020 Westminster Survey in the July 9 Westminster Window. It was interesting that the responses to the survey were that many … more

Upland plan progressing in Westminster

A proposal to develop the 235-acres of undeveloped land around Shaw Heights and the Pillar of Fire Church is back with some changes and plans for a new non-profit group dedicated to the area. … more

Cresting COVID cases causes concerns

With COVID-19 cases rising around Colorado and the country, the city is easing back on efforts to back to normal. “The city was prepared, in the coming week, to open more facilities and open more … more

Wards or at-large: Key discussion due for Westminster

There is an important item scheduled to be discussed as part of the Westminster City Council’s July 6 study session. Very few voters even know about it or just what is slated to be addressed. Some … more
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