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Police critics see opportunities in Northglenn report

Where the team behind a report on operations for Northglenn’s Police Department see a need for more officers, a few residents involved in Black Lives Matter efforts in the city see a recipe for … more

Report outlines changes for Northglenn PD

Northglenn Police needs to shift the patrol districts and add seven patrol positions, according to a report presented to City Councilors July 22. The report, put together by national auditing … more

Northglenn eyes board for equity issues

For Northglenn elected officials, making sure a group tasked with encouraging diversity, equality and fairness in city affairs is diverse, equal and fair could be the first hurdle. “Does anyone … more

Adams 12 class of 2020 gets to march

After virtual graduations via computer and one at drive-in, Adams 12’s class of 2020 will get a chance to march. “There are all the parts they’ve missed, and we want to give them that … more

The Art of the Brick welcomes guests back to DMNS

A space with about 10 million Lego bricks in it probably sounds like a dream come true for many children (and quite a few adults as well), but for artist Nathan Sawaya, that's just his workspace. … more

Going beyond banners

Northglenn’s volunteer groups and committees will be discussing what they can do to support racial justice over the coming weeks, all part of an effort to make sure a plan to decorate city utility … more

Northglenn protest for racial justice draws 65

Northglenn residents Alex Morgan said she was perfectly ready to stand aside and relinquish leadership of the Black Lives Matter walk she helped organize June 6. “Our wishes are that we, the … more

Northglenn makes masks necessary

Northglenn joined the list of cities requiring residents to wear masks or face coverings to help slow COVID-19's spread, councilors said May 18. “We are making a very clear statement that we, as … more

Cities plan how to spend CARES pass-through funds

Adams County will get $89 million in federal CARES act money, sharing roughly $40 million with local governments. Assistant County Manager Jim Siedlecki confirmed that the commissioners were … more

Cities prepare for COVID-19 financial hit

Municipal officials won’t know for sure how much of an impact the COVID-19 panic and Colorado’s stay-at-home order will have on the city’s finances, but some are preparing for as much as a $30 … more

Northglenn Police delivering medicine

Northglenn Police have agreements with four city pharmacies, allowing them to pick up prescription medications during the COVID-19 stay-at-home orders and deliver them to residents. Department … more

Lady Norse looking for more than just back-to-back conference titles

To say last season for Northglenn girls soccer was special to the program and to head coach Kristina Churchill would be an understatement. Claiming a 10-0 EMAC Conference Title - their first … more

Northglenn hopes higher wages will fill summer jobs

Northglenn is hoping a higher minimum wage will help fill seasonal openings in 2020. The city is promoting the higher wage as the work to fill temporary and seasonal summer jobs kicks off. City … more

Thornton womens basketball outlasts rival Northglenn

To wrap up the regular season Feb. 21, the Northglenn gymnasium was packed-out for the matchup between cross-town rival Thornton. Despite both teams not playing their cleanest games of the season, … more

Adams County grapplers contend at state

Over a dozen Adams 12 Five Star wrestlers competed in the CHSAA 5A State Championships, held last Thursday, Friday and Saturday at Pepsi Center in Denver. Both Horizon’s Alec Beltran (113 lbs.) and … 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

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

Wal-Mart breaks ground

Northglenn has had the Garland Center on its radar for redevelopment for nearly 10 years. As the city’s oldest retail center, built more than 50 years ago, it was the hardest to develop because of multiply property owners, aging infrastructure … more
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