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Uplands review delayed

A lack of signs declaring an upcoming Planning Commission meeting means the first test of a proposed 88th and Lowell Boulevard development will wait until Dec. 17. The Westminster Planning Commission … more

Expectations high for veteran-led Westminster group

In his first season as the Westminster head basketball coach last season, Kevin Trujillo’s team could only muster up three wins in 23 tries. However, led by a talented senior class of nine and … more

Starting the season in the north metro area

Tuesday, Dec. 3 Gingerbread Houses: Come decorate your own gingerbread house from 4-5 p.m. at Westminster’s Irving Street Library, 7392 Irving St.. This is for all ages and all the necessary … more

Westminster chamber offering small business bonuses

A Westminster Chamber of Commerce program hopes to get shoppers out and spending locally this holiday season, offering a chance to win with each dollar spent. “We Love Westy continues to be a … more

Developers promote Westminster farm development

Isiah Leyshon said he purchased his Shaw Heights home a year ago, so he’s watching plans to develop the farmland around the Pillar of Fire Church carefully. For now, he’s giving the project the … more

New faces on city council but will the direction change?

It’s a wrap on the 2019 municipal and school board elections. The election judges did their job, the ballots have been counted and the winners were declared — with the exception of the Aurora … more

Westminster gets first look at new council

Westminster said goodbye to two outgoing City Councilors, seated two new councilors and reaffirmed Anita Seitz as the mayor pro tem at their busy Nov. 11 meeting. That last part, selecting the mayor … more

Mayors discuss building shelters, avoiding growth caps at annual roundtable

At the annual Mayors Roundtable hosted by the Arvada Chamber of Commerce, Mayor Herb Atchison of Westminster focused his opening remarks on the relationship between metro Denver mayors. His point was … more

Reporter Stories: Monday morning quarterbacking the city votes

Community Editors David Gilbert and Nick Puckett discuss November's municipal election results in Littleton, Parker and the Metro-North area to determine if there are any common themes. more

Westminster congregation installs new Rabbi

For Rabbi Boaz Heilman, Judaism is a 3,000 year old religion, but it’s also relevant to modern concerns - and he’s eager to show how. Heilman took over leadership of the Westminster’s … more

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Seitz, Seymour, Smith claim Westminster seats

Two newcomers and an incumbent won terms on the Westminster City Council in Nov. 5’s vote. Councilor and Mayor Pro Tem Anita Seitz won a second term on the council, claiming 11,323 votes — about … more

Metro North Ballot 2019 Unofficial Results

Election results for Adams County races as of 7:04 p.m. Nov. 5. These are unofficial results and will likely be updated as the more returns come in. Federal Heights Mayor Linda S. … more

Office developments headed to Downtown Westminster

Developers will bring two office projects, totaling 650,000 square feet of space, to Downtown Westminster, the city announced. The city is partnering with developers Schnitzer West, to develop the … more

A positive force serving the needs in Adams County

Adams County and the municipalities within the county are blessed to have a strong, caring service provider known as Growing Home. Headquartered in Westminster since 1998, the non-profit organization … more

WPS head Swanson wins state education honors

Westminster Public School’s superintendent Pamela Swanson has been picked as the 2020 Superintendent of the Year by the Colorado Association of School Executives. Swanson, a one-time principal in … more

Westy volleyball stays in conference title hunt

The 2019 season didn’t begin how Westminster (7-6) and coach Marcel Bandera envisioned after starting 1-5, but a resurgence has put the Lady Wolves over .500 for the first time since Opening Night, … more

Letter to the editor: Development concerns

Development concerns I have followed the “Cross Current” Columnist's inside view of the City of Westminster's plans for both aggressive level development vs maintaining a goal of expanding the … more

Sizing them up: How Westminster candidates responded

The countdown is ticking away. City government and school board candidates (except Westminster Public Schools) are hustling around with last minute door knocking, handing out campaign literature, … more
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