Pro-fracking petition with fake signatures embarrasses gas association -- An Article by

Outlawing fracking in Fort Collins makes local business owners sad. At least, that’s what liars working for the Colorado Oil and Gas Association tried to tell local lawmakers. Anders’ Auto Glass, Meneike Car Care Center, and Computer Renaissance were among 55 businesses whose names appeared with signatures on a petition that the association submitted to Fort Collins City Council. The petition urged city councilors to vote against a proposed ban on fracking within the city. (FOR COMPLETE ARTICLE SEE LINK BELOW)
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Colorado’s Bully Governor Says He Will Sue Fort Collins to Overturn Fracking Ban -- An Ecowatch article

In a precedent setting vote, last week the Fort Collins City Council voted to ban fracking in Fort Collins city limits. The very next morning, the Colorado Oil and Gas Association—the industry trade group representing oil and gas companies—issued a statement saying they would sue Fort Collins to overturn the ban. Now seven days later in a televised interview, the Democratic Governor of Colorado, John Hickenlooper, also says he will direct the State of Colorado to sue Fort Collins to overturn the ban. (FOR COMPLETE ARTICLE SEE LINK BELOW)...
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New Dumb Friends League mobile spay/neuter clinic hits the road

DENVER (Feb. 26, 2013) As part of its goal to offer more spay and neuter opportunities for pets and reduce pet overpopulation, the Dumb Friends League recently unveiled its newest spay/neuter mobile clinic, the Meow Mobile. The new Meow Mobile gives the Dumb Friends League even more mobility to offer spay and neuter services for cats in underserved areas of metro Denver at reduced fees, subsidized by Dumb Friends League donors....
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Rabies Confirmed in Brighton Skunk

Tri-County Health Department has confirmed that a skunk collected on a private property in Brighton was infected with rabies. The property is in northern Adams County, just south of Weld County. An astute veterinarian, Dr. Evan Dowdy of Horizon Veterinary Clinic, recognized that the skunk could have rabies and collected it for testing. There was no known animal or human exposure to the skunk. ...
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The Toxic Substance of Colorado's Governor -- An Opinion Article

I know how Nike felt, watching someone assume a level of notoriety and social power in the Tour de France, only to discover their dependence on artificial, detrimental, and publicly embarrassing substances. But unlike Nike, I have no ads to pull, no sponsorships to remove and no prime time tribunal like Oprah Winfrey to run the paces of John Hickenlooper through. The best I can say is that like a prom gone bad, I, like many Coloradans, may have kissed the wrong candidate. ...
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Brighton Mayor, 27J Superintendent among guests planning to read to students

BRIGHTON, COLO. – State and local leaders as well as community members will celebrate national Read Across America Day March 1 by reading to students at Pennock Elementary. Read Across America Day, started in 1997 by the National Education Association in conjunction with the anniversary of the birthday of famed children’s author Dr. Seuss, encourages students, parents, teachers and community members to come together to celebrate the importance of reading. ...
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Sex Assault Awareness Art Show

Call for entries of artwork for 2013 Sexual Assault Awareness Art Show The 17th Judicial District Sexual Assault Response Team and the Victim Services Unit of Brighton Police Department are currently seeking artists who either are, or work with, survivors of sexual abuse/assault and would be interested in having their artwork on display for Sexual Assault Awareness Month. (CLICK LINK BELOW FOR COMPLETE ARTICLE) ...
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Regional Transportation District continuing to receive high rankings in the most recent TTI Urban Mobility Report and U.S. News and World Report Analysis

Denver – The Regional Transportation District (RTD) has continued to receive high rankings in recent reports on public transportation investment, ridership, and safety. Denver was recently ranked among the top forty cities in the 2012 Urban Mobility report released by the Texas A&M Transportation Institute based on hours of delay saved because of the use of public transit. The report also concluded that public transit saved 865 million hours of delay on our nation’s roads. ...
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Mapleton Education Foundation Welcomes New Executive Director (Story/Photo Courtesy Mapleton School District "Maple Leaf")

Even if you don’t know Hilary Sontag, you certainly know her work. As Senior Grants Officer for Mapleton Public Schools, Sontag raises $2 million-$3 million a year through foundation and competitive government grants. The Mapleton Education Foundation (MEF) is pleased to have Sontag take on a leadership role. Her efforts are evident at any of the six brand new, state-of-the-art playgrounds built on Mapleton’s school properties and along 72nd Avenue where Welby Montessori students now have a safer route to school thanks to a new sidewalk and a new crosswalk. ...
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Thornton Shooting Update

***UPDATE 02-25-13*** The victim in this incident is still being medically treated for the injuries sustained during the shooting. Clarification was made that the victim is a 45 year old male. The male that was placed into custody was identified as 38 year old Mario Oliveros out of Denver. He was arrested without incident in the 9100 block of Gale Boulevard and has since been taken to the Adams County Detention Facility. Investigators will file charges with the Adams County District Attorney’s Office later this week. Requests for any official records reference this case should be directed to Thornton Police Records (720-977-5140)....
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Thornton Shooting with critical injuries

On February 24, 2013 at approximately 1:30 AM, Thornton Police Officers were dispatched to a report of a disturbance where shots were fired at Chamucos Bar located in the 8600 block of Washington Street. Officers found a 40 year old male at that location that sustained a gunshot wound. The male was transported to the hospital for medical treatment for serious injuries....
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Commerce City summer camp program keeps kids active and engaged Enrollment begins Feb. 27 for camps catering to ages 6-15

COMMERCE CITY, COLO. – Looking to give your child an unforgettable summer experience? Then experience weCAMP, Commerce City’s 2013 summer camp program to keep local youth and teens active and engaged. In addition to the traditional week-long, full-day camps for ages 5-10 and 11-15, the city is offering two new options: specialty half-day clubs for ages 6-10 and a partial-week summer camp for ages 11-15. An informational parent meeting will be held 6 p.m. Feb. 27 at the recreation center, 6060 E. Parkway Drive, which also marks the official beginning of camp registration....
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Home Energy Diagnostics -- An Exclusive Gateway News Feature

(Repost) Two years ago the Gateway News tracked veteran home diagnostician, "Wellhome" on a home energy diagnostic. What we found was surprising but served as a valuable step toward making our own homes more energy efficient. Before you spend money on contractors, consider an energy diagnostic which can save you money not only on energy but on having to redo the work of your contractor, too. (CLICK BELOW FOR A LINK TO THE COMPLETE EDITORIAL FEATURE)...
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Is the American West the new Saudi Arabia? -- Article by the Denver Post

The American West is awash in oil and natural gas and by 2020 could produce more energy than the country currently imports from Saudi Arabia, Iraq, Kuwait, Venezuela, Colombia, Algeria, Nigeria and Russia. The only thing standing in the way, according to a study by the Western Energy Alliance, a Rocky Mountain oil and gas trade group, is the federal government or to be specific – “bureaucratic red tape, redundant and burdensome regulations and the specter of litigation.” (For complete article see link below)...
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Big solar plants on western public land could power 7 million homes -- Article by the Denver Post

The Department of Interior has made 285,000 acres at 17 sites in six western states, including four in Colorado, Solar Energy Zones where development of utility-scale solar projects can be fast tracked. The aim of the zones is “facilitating faster, smarter utility-scale solar development on America’s public lands,” Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar, said in a statement. (See link below for complete article)...
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WPX Energy plumbs Western Colorado for new shale gas deposits -- Article by the Denver Post

While the oil-rich Niobrara shale in eastern Colorado has grabbed headlines, WPX Energy says it has been exploring the formation in the western part of the state and found new shale gas reserves. After drilling two horizontal wells in the San Juan Basin in 2010 and finding an estimated 1.3 trillion cubic feet of proved, probable and possible reserves, WPX headed north the Piceance Basin. (See Link below for full article)...
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How Hydro Electric Power works -- Article by Xcel Energy

Hydroelectric generation begins with a forceful, rushing river or with a dam that holds back a river and diverts flow. Falling water flows through propeller-like turbines and causes them to rotate. The rotation of these turbines spins generators to produce electricity. The amount of electricity generated from each unit is determined largely by volume of water flow and "head," or the height from the water surface at the dam reservoir to the water surface downstream....
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How Biomass Works -- Article by Xcel Energy

The energy from waste products – such as wood and agricultural waste and garbage – all can be used to produce electricity. Wood waste can be burned as is, or converted to a gas and burned in a boiler to produce heat for converting water to steam to run a generator. The same is true for garbage – it can be turned into refuse-derived fuel and burned in a power plant boiler. As garbage or animal waste decays in a landfill or agricultural operation, it produces methane gas, which can be used as a fuel, similar to natural gas, to produce electricity....
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Colorado Integrated Solar Project -- Article by Xcel Energy

A hybrid solar-coal approach can increase plant efficiency. In spring of 2010, Xcel Energy began testing a first-of-its-kind demonstration of a hybrid solar-coal approach, using parabolic-trough solar technology integrated with a coal-fired power plant. The project, located at our Cameo Generating Plant near Grand Junction, Colo., was designed to: Increase the plant’s efficiency Decrease the use of coal Test the commercial viability of concentrating solar power thermal integration Lower carbon dioxide emissions...
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Colorado Wind Power -- How are we doing? -- Courtesy, Xcel Energy

We continue to grow our use of wind power in Colorado. Xcel Energy built Colorado's first commercial wind farm in the late 1990s, the 32-megawatt Ponnequin Wind Farm in northern Colorado. Since then, we have grown our use of wind power in Colorado to about 1,770 megawatts, with more under way....
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United Power Reaches 70,000 Meter Milestone

United Power recently achieved a growth milestone reaching a total of 70,000 electric meters served. United Power is the second largest cooperative in Colorado and, despite slowing in construction, remains among the fastest growing electric cooperatives in the country....
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The Difference between Energy Efficiency and Energy Conservation

According to the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory energy efficiency is, “using less energy to provide the same service”1....
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Earn an Easy $30 on United Power's Cycled Air Program

If you have central air conditioning, you can receive a $30 bill credit when you sign up for our Cycled Air program. Cycled Air is a program that helps your electric cooperative reduce peak energy consumption and control expensive peak costs....
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United Power Rate Increase Goes Into Effect with February's Billing

As a reminder, the 2013 rate increase went into effect beginning with February 1, 2013 electric usage. Members will see the new rates reflected on their March statements. The United Power Board of Directors approved the retail rate changes at the December 2012 board meeting....
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Meet the United Power Candidates

Several opportunities are available for United Power members to meet the 2013 board candidates. ...
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Brighton Gets New Patrol Vehicles

New 2013 Patrol Vehicles – The police department will be purchasing three new Ford Interceptor sedans and one Interceptor Utility (pictured below) in 2013. The Interceptors have full-time all-wheel-drive, 305 HP V6 3.7 liter engine and six-speed transmission. The vehicles are expected to be delivered this Spring.

Northglenn City Clerk’s Office Participating in Passport Day on March 9

Northglenn, CO – The Northglenn City Clerk’s Office will be joining the US Department of State and other passport acceptance facilities across the country to participate in "Passport Day in the USA 2013" on Saturday, March 9. On Passport Day, individuals can apply for a passport at the City Clerk’s Office, located in City Hall, 11701 Community Center Drive, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. The office will accept applications and take passport photos on site. No appointments are necessary. ...
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Volunteers Sought for Farmers’ Highline Canal Cleanup

Northglenn, CO – The next Farmers’ Highline Canal and Greenway Trail Cleanup is set for Saturday, March 16, and staff is looking for more than 100 people of all ages to scour trails and pick up garbage and debris. Participants should meet at 8:30 a.m. at the Police Department entrance at City Hall, 11701 Community Center Drive. A thank-you lunch will be served at 11:30 a.m. In case of inclement weather conditions, the event will be rescheduled for March 23....
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Setting Sail at Overland Trail

The cafetorium stage at Overland Trail Middle School has transformed into a pirate ship as students prepare for their spring musical, “Captain Bree and her Lady Pirates.” The cast of primarily seventh- and eighth-grade students have been rehearsing for the show since October. Starring in the lead roles are eighth grader Shelbie Quintana, pictured left in red, as Madam Prescott, and eighth grader Thalia Aquirre, pictured left (in pirate costume) as Captain Bree. The show will run from 6:30 to 8 p.m., Thursday, Feb. 28 and Friday, March 1. Tickets are $2 for adults, $1 for children. Children, 3 and under, have free admission. Concessions will also be sold. The show is under the direction of Overland Trail choir teacher Misty Ebers.

Teammates for Change -- 27J Teams up with Special Olympics

Feb. 1 was a lesson in the power of what can be done together as the Prairie View High School Student Council sponsored the district’s first unified sporting event. The game, which took place before Prairie View and Brighton faced off in varsity basketball, paired special need students with varsity athletes from both schools to compete in a game of their own. The PVHS Student Council created the event as part of their partnership with the Special Olympics: Project Unify and hopes to make unified sporting events a more regular activity in the district.

Top Spellers take part in Annual 27J School District Spelling Bee

School District 27J’s best elementary and middle school English and Spanish spellers put their talents on display during the annual district spelling bee Feb. 19 at Prairie View Middle School. On the line for the top five English spellers was a trip to the state spelling bee March 16 in downtown Denver....
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Catching up with Jennifer Dawson, 27J School District

It’s a rare opportunity to land a dream job at the very start of a professional career. First-year Southeast Elementary teacher Jennifer Dawson doesn’t need to be reminded that she is blessed. “It’s amazing,” she said. “I believe you should not do anything that you’re not passionate about. My biggest fear going through college was that I wouldn’t find a job that I’m passionate about. I feel very privileged.” Being a teacher at Southeast isn’t just a job for Dawson. It’s about coming home....
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A Funny Valentine

Denver Nuggets mascot Rocky brought his usual dose of energy and zaniness to Prairie View High School Feb. 14 to surprise campus security guard Sherrie Montano. The Valentine’s Day visit was arranged by Montano’s husband, Mark Gonzales.

Heroes only need apply -- Article by Dr. Chris Fiedler / 27J School District

Spring brings with it preparation for the fall in terms of the hiring of new staff for the coming school year. As I hope most are aware, School District 27J increased in pupil membership by more than 500 students this fall and we anticipate a slightly larger increase in membership of 600 plus students for the fall of 2013....
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27J School District Plans for 3rd High School

School District 27J is looking ahead to the future with the selection of an architect to design the district’s eventual third high school. 27J announced Feb. 20 they had selected DLR Group Architects to guide the design and development of the district’s third comprehensive high school....
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Westminster hiring for seasonal positions

(Feb 21, 2013) The City of Westminster has a number of job openings for seasonal workers in the areas of parks, golf and recreation. For a complete listing of jobs, deadlines and information on how to apply, visit the city website. Some positions close as early as February. Seasonal openings include positions for laborers, specialists, park rangers, gate attendants, retail shop clerks, assistant golf professionals, outdoor pool personnel and summer camp positions. Salaries range from $7.64 per hour to $14 per hour. The minimum age for most jobs is 18, but there are openings for teens as young as 16. Positions are not benefited and vary between part-time and full-time. Interviews for some positions will begin in February. Most positions begin in April or later. Please check the city employment website weekly for job postings.

Westminster Fire Citizen Academy application deadline extended

(Feb 21, 2013) The Westminster Fire Department is offering a free, 13-week course for citizens to learn about the fire service. Vehicle extrication, emergency medical response, water rescue and fire operations are just a few of the topics included in the course. The format includes classroom lecture and hands-on experiences. The course is designed not only to inform what the fire department does and why, but also give some practical safety knowledge. Classes are Thursdays, March 7 – May 30, from 6-10 p.m. ...
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Donate old cell phones to seniors and victims of abuse

(Feb 21, 2013) The Westminster Police Department implemented a program to increase safety among senior citizens and victims of domestic violence. Bring your no-longer-needed cell phone(s), along with any accessories, to the Westminster Police Department, 9110 Yates St. or The MAC, 3295 W. 72nd Ave. ...
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Hubbard: Frankness is no excuse for Denver, Adams to ignore open meetings law - Denver Post Article

Denver Mayor Michael Hancock had an opportunity to stand up for governmental transparency last week — and instead tacitly endorsed locking the public out. (See Link to Full Article Below) ...
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CEA statement on release of the school finance bill draft

DENVER – Colorado Education Association President Kerrie Dallman issues the following statement on today's release of the school finance bill initial draft from State Sen. Mike Johnston:...
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Valley Bank, Shopology to Announce Major Community Event Series

February 17, 2013, Brighton. In support of blending community interests of schools, charities, and business, Shopology has announced that it will partner a series of events with Adams County's Valley Bank and Trust. The event schedule is yet to be announced. ...
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Denver 'Forward on Climate Change Rally' pulls nearly a thousand in opposition to Fracking, etc.

Sunday, February 17, 2013. In support of their DC counterpart, today nearly 1,000 Coloradans joined forces in front of the State Capitol to oppose our attack on our local environment, demonstrating a "human oil spill". Theirs is a wake-up call to legislators regarding a growing consensus of Coloradans opposed to oil and gas practices.

March on DC Hits 50,000 in opposition to Fracking, et al

Sunday, Feb 17, 2013. A Major opposition group hit Washington DC today in an event entitled, "Forward On Climate". The 50,000 attendees represent a turning tide of Coloradans and Americans opposing oil sands, Fracking, and what they term an attack on our planet.


The following persons have been nominated by petition to run for director of United Power, Inc., in conjunction with the Annual Meeting of Members scheduled April 17, 2013. Districts E (East), S (South), and W (West) are all up for three-year terms. ...
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Northglenn Citizen’s Police Academies to Start in Early March

Northglenn, CO – The Northglenn Police Department is seeking applicants for its next series of Citizen’s Police Academies. Senior sessions will run Tuesdays from 1 to 4 p.m. at the Northglenn Senior Center, 11801 Community Center Drive, starting on March 5. The regular academy and teen academy will be merged for this session. It will begin on March 6 and be held from 6 to 9 p.m. Wednesdays in the police training room, 11701 Community Center Drive....
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Joint statement from Adams County, Aurora, Commerce City and Denver

DENVER ­— Wednesday, Feb. 13, 2012 — Adams County, Aurora, Commerce City and Denver met yesterday in productive discussions on how to move forward as a region that will honor the spirit and intent of the 1988 IGA. ...
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Brighton issues 391 permits in 2012

The City of Brighton is pleased to announce an increase in the number of housing permits issued in 2012 when compared to the previous year. In 2012, Brighton issued 391 permits, up from 57 permits in 2011, 51 permits in 2010 and 37 permits in 2009. ...
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Windsor gas well that spewed fracking fluid halted after 30 hours -- Article by

A damaged natural gas and oil well north of Windsor that spewed greenish-brown “flow-back fluid” and steam for upward of 30 hours was capped Tuesday afternoon after an unknown amount of the substance escaped the damaged port. (FOR REST OF ARTICLE SEE LINK BELOW)...
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The Battle is on -- Legislators rally their supporters for/against Gun Control. What do you think?

On the heels of Aurora and Sandy Hook, we're looking at gun control measures to curb senseless violence in America and Colorado. While the second amendment's judicial interpretation accords American rights to bear arms, the operative question falls in the middle between the American need to curb violence and the Constitutional rights to bear arms. Rights are relative, not universal. But whose rights and responsibilities are paramount in the Gun Control Debate? What do you think? See below for your chance to both BLOG and VOTE on this issue. Below is also a collaborative request by Colorado Representative Kevin Priola. ...
Full story Hits 1 Million Mark Status

February 10, 2013. The Gateway News, Adams County's premier onsite news site, hit its 1 Million Hit mark in January, 2013. The Gateway News' growing traffic marks a shift to online media, promotion, and advertising while it confirms the Gateway News' position as the most-trafficked news site in Adams County by a sizable margin. Within the past 24 months, the Gateway News' comprehensive approach to Adams County news has pushed its traffic to ever-increasing levels all the while has helped expand the most easily-accessed single-source news site in metro Denver. [FOR INFORMATION ON ADVERTISING AND ONLINE OR IN-PRINT PROMOTION SEE THE LINKS BELOW]...
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Brighton 125th Anniversary Special Issue (re-post)

Back by popular demand. Brighton's 125th Anniversary is best remembered through the camera lens of the Gateway News. Originally published in 2012, the "Quasquicentennial Issue" is the largest and most comprehensive survey of a community that's made it 125 years. (CLICK BELOW FOR A LINK TO THIS ISSUE)...
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Westminster Fire Citizen Academy now accepting applications

The Westminster Fire Department is offering a free, 13-week course for citizens to learn about the fire service. Vehicle extrication, emergency medical response, water rescue and fire operations are just a few of the topics included in the course. The format includes classroom lecture and hands-on experiences. The course is designed not only to inform what the fire department does and why, but also give some practical safety knowledge. Classes are Thursdays, March 7 – May 30, from 6-10 p.m. ...
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Westminster water conservation plan proposed

The City of Westminster has developed a proposed water conservation plan to be submitted to City Council and the Colorado Water Conservation Board for state approval. The plan contains historic and current information on the city’s water use and water systems, as well as goals for identified future water conservation programs. The plan is available and public comments may be submitted through the City of Westminster website. All comments must be received by Monday, Feb. 11....
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U.S. 36 Express Lane Project Impacts

The U.S. 36 Express Lanes project is a multi-modal project led by the Colorado High Performance Transportation Enterprise (HPTE), Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT), and Regional Transportation District (RTD) to reconstruct U.S. 36 from Federal Boulevard to 88th Street in Louisville/Superior. Click here for a map of the project....
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Road work begins across the City of Westminster

The city’s asphalt pavement crackseal project for 2013 has begun. Cracksealing prolongs the lifespan of the asphalt by creating permanent seals. ...
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Southeast Elementary accepts award banner

BRIGHTON, COLO. – Representatives from Foundations for Great Schools delivered a banner to Southeast Elementary on Friday, Feb. 8, honoring the school as a 2013 Foundations for Great Schools award winner. Southeast was one of 12 metro-Denver schools honored with the award that recognizes and rewards outstanding success among public schools serving high proportions of low-income students. As part of the award, Southeast received a $20,000 grant that will be used to upgrade school technology. To learn more about Foundations for Great Schools, visit
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At a recent event at the Adams County Judicial Center, Adams County's present and former district attorneys came together for an historic photo. (Photo courtesy of Bob Grant, former Adams County District Attorney)

Free Medicare Counseling and Information Presentations in February

If you already have Medicare, but need assistance navigating the program, FREE Medicare counseling is offered at the Thornton Senior Center, 9471 Dorothy Blvd. on the second Tuesday of each month from 10 a.m.-1:30 p.m. The next session is Tuesday, February 12. We do not represent any insurance providers. ...
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2013 Community Read Event - Martial Arts Demonstration and Learn About Acupuncture!

TASHCO and the Thornton Arts & Culture Division invite you to join us for the 2013 Community Read series based on the "My Story" theme. We will be exploring the three main cultures found in Adams County (White, Hispanic and Asian) through a series of thoughtful first person books and activities that will help us discover ourselves and learn more about those around us. ...
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Rival high schools team up to support inclusivity with unified game

BRIGHTON, COLO. – The students of Prairie View and Brighton high schools share a friendly rivalry on the court but they will team up to support a common goal Feb. 8: inclusivity. Prior to the Prairie View and Brighton girls and boys basketball teams facing each other, Prairie View student council members will sponsor a unified game where special-needs students from both schools will partner with varsity players. The game will consist of two eight-minute halves with a four-minute intermission and feature all the pomp and spirit of a traditional high school sporting event. The Prairie View Student Council has teamed with Special Olympics: Project Unify and hopes to make this the start of more unified school sporting activities....
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Students Learn About Cyber Safety

The First Judicial District Attorney’s Child Sex Offender Internet Investigation (CHEEZO) Unit is bringing its cyber-safety program to Landmark Academy at Reunion, Thursday, Feb. 5, beginning at 9:10 a.m. Students will hear from Cheezo, the Mascot, as well as representatives from the Jackson and Gilpin County District Attorney’s Office about the dos and don’ts of texting and online chatting. Cheezo Educational Program is a nonprofit in Jefferson and Gilpin Counties aimed at teaching children more about internet and cell phone safety. More information is available at ...
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North Metro Rail Line Announcement

On January 22, RTD General Manager, Phil Washington, announced that RTD staff has identified another item for the FasTracks Internal Savings Account that may allow RTD to take advantage of favorable debt interest savings. Refinancing a portion of its debt could offer RTD an opportunity to build the North Metro Rail Line to 72nd in Commerce City sooner than expected. To read about the announcement follow this link....
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City Council appoints Amador to Ward I Council Seat Andrew Amador will serve until nov. 5, 2013 general election

COMMERCE CITY, COLO. – City Council appointed Andrew Amador to serve as the new Ward I City Council member tonight. Amador replaces Mayor Pro Tem Dominick Moreno, who resigned from his seat Jan. 7, 2013 following his election to the Colorado General Assembly....
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Register Now for the Daddy Daughter Sweetheart Ball

Northglenn, CO – Registration is now underway for Northglenn’s Daddy Daughter Sweetheart Ball, which will be held from 6 to 9 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 23, at the Northglenn Recreation Center, 11801 Community Center Drive....
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Skatepark Concerns Addressed by Council

Closing Time for Parks Now 10 p.m.; More Accountability for Parents...
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Brighton Utilities Update -- For Week ending 02/01/13

Watershop  Utility Locating – Responded and marked 27 utility locate requests  Emergency Call-outs – Responded to 8 after hour call outs  Water Main Breaks – 12th & Bridge St. – repaired water line break  Collections Back-ups -  1282 Strong St. - possible sewer back up – City issue  N. 11th Ct. & 12th Ave.- Sewer back up...
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