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Ten miles northeast of Denver, Colorado, sits the town of Thornton. With 81 city parks, over 2,000 acres of open space, over eighty miles of trails, and substantial golf courses. Golf courses in the area include Thorncreek Golf Course, Heritage Todd Creek Golf Club, and Riverdale Knolls Golf Course. The area of Thornton was mostly farmland until 1953, when Sam Hoffman purchased a lot of land from Denver and began to lay out a town. It was named Thornton in honor of former Colorado Governor Dan Thornton.

Population: 82384
Local Newspapers: Denver Post
Local Sports Teams: Denver/Colorado: Broncos Rockies Nuggets Rapids and Avalanche University of Northern Colorado Bears
Local Colleges: Everest College

Zip Codes associated with thornton, colorado: 80221 80229 80233 80241 80260
Towns/Cities near thornton, colorado : Sherrelwood Brighton Todd Creek Broomfield Derby Federal Heights

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Lucia Guzman steps down as top Democrat in Colorado Senate, citing...

State Sen. Lucia Guzman, D-Denver, on Thursday stepped down as Senate minority leader, citing the Colorado Capitol's sexual harassment scandal as one of her reasons for leaving the job in the middle of the legislative session and as policy battles reach their peak. Guzman specifically said she was driven to step down after Republican accusations earlier this week that a male Senate Democrat has been found several times in an unmarked women's restroom at the Capitol, something that the lawmaker - Daniel Kagan of Cherry Hills Village - says happened one time and was a mistake.

Colorado school district moving to four-day school week in the fall

Starting with the next academic year, students in a Colorado school districtwill attend classes for four days each week instead of five. For the past few months, the 27J school district - which covers portions of the Denver suburbs, including Brighton, Commerce City, Henderson and Thornton in addition to unincorporated areas of Adams, Broomfield and Weld counties - has been exploring and discussing the idea of a shorter week and on Monday, the district made it official.

Charges filed against two in Broomfield pipe bomb case

Two people have been charged in connection with an incident where an explosive device was found inside a car in Broomfield on Sunday. 17th Judicial District Attorney Dave Young announced Wednesday that Zachary Reuben Rickard, 30, has been charged with possession of an explosive device, a Class 4 felony, possession of a controlled substance, a Class 4 drug felony, theft and possession of drug paraphernalia, both petty offenses.

Man who assaulted Thornton police officers at library sentenced to seven years in prison

A man who assaulted to two police officers after being contacted for using drugs in a Thornton library was sentenced Tuesday in Adams County to seven years in prison. Jason Daniel Masek, 23, was arrested July 21 when officers were called to the Anythink Library, 9417 Huron St., on a report of suspected drug use, according to the district attorney's office.

Not-guilty plea entered on behalf of teen accused of killing 10-year-old Thornton girl

An Adams County judge on Tuesday entered a not-guilty plea on behalf of a teenager charged with first-degree murder in the death of 10-year-old Kiaya Campbell. Aidan Zellmer's attorney had requested a continence of his arraignment but the judge entered a plea on his behalf, according to Sue Lindsay, spokeswoman for Adams County District Attorney Dave Young.

Applied Software acquires CAD-1

Applied Software, a systems integrator to the AEC, fabrication and manufacturing industries, announced its acquisition of CAD-1, an Autodesk Gold Partner and Autodesk Authorized Training Center with extensive expertise in consulting services delivery, software, training and support. CAD-1's specialists have a deep understanding of the industry's design needs and decades of experience developing effective solutions for customers.

Colorado GOP to select ex-Rep. Steve Lebsock's replacement

Colorado Republicans said Friday that they will choose a replacement for former state Rep. Steve Lebsock, who last week switched his party affiliation to the GOP just before he was expelled from the House of Representatives over sexual harassment accusations. The former Democrat was ejected from the legislature on a bipartisan, 52-9 vote, but the political harmony didn't last long.

Colorado GOP to select ex-Rep. Steve Lebsock's replacement...

State Rep. Steve Lebsock of Thornton listens during debate last Friday over whether to expel him from the Colorado legislature after five women accused him of sexual misconduct. Lebsock was ousted in a 52-9 vote.

El Paso County's Statehouse delegation votes 7-1 to expel Steve Lebsock

Colorado State Rep. Steve Lebsock, D-Thornton, listens during a debate in the chamber whether to expel the lawmaker over sexual misconduct allegations from his peers Friday, March 2, 2018, in the State Capitol in Denver. The effort faces tough odds amid Republican objections to how the complaints have been handled.

New report provides facts to activist health concerns on oil and gas developments

This week, the Colorado State Senate Agriculture Committee will vote on a bill from Rep. Joe Salazar, D-Thornton, which would delay and possibly curtail energy production, leading to a reduction in state and local revenues. The bill, House Bill 1071 , would codify an appeals court ruling in the Martinez vs. Colo.

Principal Who Started Daily Chant & Raised School Rating Gets Top Honor

Fire Injures 2, Sends Smoke Up In Denver Metro Area Two people were hurt Tuesday morning in a fire in Lakewood. Elitch Gardens Announces Free Pre-K Pass Elitch Gardens is offering free admission for 3 to 5 year olds this upcoming season.

After Steve Lebsock's expulsion, Colorado Senate GOP says precedent ...

Now-former state Rep.e Steve Lebsock prepares to address issues of retaliation against his accusers before a rare vote to expel him as he faces accusations of sexual harassment at the Colorado State Capitol on Friday, March 2, 2018. Lebsock, of Thornton, in Nov. was publicly accused by state Rep. Faith Winter, D-Westminster, and two other women of sexual harassment.

Rep. Steve Lebsock became a Republican minutes before being expelled...

State Representative Steve Lebsock addresses issues of retaliation against his accusers before a rare vote to expel him as he faces accusations of sexual harassment at the Colorado State Capitol on Friday, March 2, 2018.

Mountain View Fire Protection District rallying around firefighter's son's cancer fight

Mountain View Fire Rescue Lt. James Wood, left, with his son, Kannon, daughter, Kadence, and wife, Jolene.

PLA 2018 Spotlight: Sally Yates, Hasan Minaj Among the Highlights in Philadelphia

From March 20 to 24, some 9,000 librarians, publishers, and vendors will descend on the Pennsylvania Convention Center in Philadelphia for the 2018 Public Library Association Conference, one of the library community's most well-attended events. PLA is the largest division of the American Library Association, and in recent years its biennial conference has earned a reputation for strong programming, and great speakers.

Hours before vote on whether to expel Rep. Steve Lebsock, Colorado...

Opening day of the second session of the 71st General Assembly in the House of Representatives at the Colorado State Capitol Jan. 10, 2018 in Denver. Less than 24 hours before the Colorado House of Representatives will be asked to take a first-in-a-century vote to expel a lawmaker from office, more than two dozen representatives still wouldn't say how they would vote on the fate of Democratic Rep. Steve Lebsock.

Report on Rep. Steve Lebsock's alleged sexual misconduct provided to media

A 35-page Employers Council report detailing 11 allegations of sexual harassment or misconduct committed by Rep. Steve Lebsock of Thornton has been released to the media by one of the five women who filed the complaints. Cassie Tanner, a former legislative aide who was one of three women to make public allegations against Lebsock, Wednesday provided a redacted copy of the report to the media.

EDITORIAL: Urban sprawl in Colorado threatens property rights

Oil wells have long been part of the residential urban landscape, such as this one in Los Angeles. Consumers buy or build homes near airports throughout the country and begin complaining about airplane noise.

Sexual harassment allegations against Rep. Steve Lebsock found...

Colorado State Rep. Steve Lebsock, D-Thornton, looks on as the Colorado House of Representatives convenes for the start of the 2018 session in the State CapitolWednesday, Jan. 10, 2018, in Denver. Colorado lawmakers have started their new session amid tension over unresolved sexual misconduct allegations against some of their colleagues such as Lebsock.

Colorado's battle of the booms: Suburban growth vs. oil & gas

Birds fly over drilling rigs along Interstate 25 and Route 52 in Weld County, photographed Feb. 7, 2018. Photo by Andy Colwell for the Gazette In October, an overflow crowd of Front Range residents, brandishing signs and wearing surgical masks, descended on the Colorado Oil & Gas Conservation Commission meeting to voice opposition to a plan to drill oil wells in Broomfield.

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