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Next year Westminster High School will have a new leader. Last month Kiffany Kiewiet was selected as the new principal of WHS, taking the place of Michael Lynch, who will move to the position of Director of Secondary Education for District 50. … more
By late summer, residents will see some action happening in the area of the former Westminster Mall. Construction of the basic street grid network will begin at the 105-acre site at U.S. 36 and Sheridan Boulevard as part of a plan that calls for a … more
David Pineda, 59, of Thornton has been arrested for investigation of first-degree murder. Police believe he killed his wife. At approximately 12:05 a.m. on Tuesday, May 27, police responded to 1521 Carrol Court, in reference to checking the … more
Adams County should hear by the end of 2014 if Front Range Airport will have a spaceport designation. The county is in the final stages of the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) application for a license that would allow the airport to launch … more
Adams County has agreed to buy a parcel of land in Westminster to house some of its operations. The Board of County Commissioners voted 2-0 during its May 19 regular meeting on a purchase and sale agreement with IBC Denver VIII, LW, VI, LLC. … more
Some people run to stay healthy, others jog to experience the beauty of the Colorado summer. Those who attended Exempla Lutheran Medical Center’s Leaves of Hope Run/Walk Sunday ran for a different reason, to celebrate life. In conjunction with … more
Around 300 people attended a recent conference designed to develop strategies to combat teen drop-out rates in Adams County. The Strengthening Our Community for Children, Youth and Families Conference on May 29-30 at Adams 12 Five Star Schools … more
For Heath Wilson, the new athletic director and assistant principal at Prairie View High School both athletics and education have been important in his life. “Athletics have always just been a part of who I am,” he said. “I started playing … more
Brighton City staff requested City Council give it some ideas on the direction the city should take on regulating the legal growing of marijuana for personal use by Brighton residents. Currently the state of Colorado allows a state resident to … more
Brighton Fire Rescue District’s second annual Safety Expo was held last Saturday at Brighton Prairie Center Plaza. Several local agency’s from the city and county were there giving demonstrations, training, and information on what to do in an … more
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