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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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Here's how much the sexual harassment scandal at Colorado's legislature is costing taxpayers

There's the $120,000 cost for an outside review of the General Assembly's harassment policies and culture . There's another $90,000 for a new human resources position , the first-ever for the legislative staff.

Teachers give four-day week A+, students still unsure

School District 27J officials received a quiet round of applause after they finished up the last community meeting about the planned four-day school week recently at West Ridge Elementary School, 13102 Monaco St., Thornton. access to all the exclusive content of the web site! Simply register to receive uninterrupted access to our award-winning and in-depth local online content! If you currently subscribe or have subscribed in the past to the Brighton Standard-Blade, then simply find your account number on your mailing label and enter it below.

After Losing Arapahoe House, Thornton Picks Up Substance Abuse Treatment Center

Plagued by financial problems and dwindling government assistance, the state's largest drug-and-alcohol abuse treatment center announced in December that it would close after more than forty years. Arapahoe House employees and 5,000 patients around the state were left to fend for themselves But residents of Thornton seeking treatment won't have to look much longer - at least, not all of them.

Colorado lawmakers set to consider Homeless Right to Rest Act for fourth time

Kelley Henson, left, and Priscilla Villalva, both of whom are homeless, panhandle on Broadway near the Boulder Shelter for the Homeless on Monday.

Parents worry about daycare

Parents and officials are concerned about daycare needs, as School District 27J considers going to a four-day school week this fall. Superintendent Chris Fiedler has said the measure would help retain teachers in the district.

Inland Real Estate Acquisitions, LLC Closes the Purchase of a Colorado Multifamily Property

Mark Cosenza, senior vice president of Inland Real Estate Acquisitions, LLC, completed the deal, with assistance from Brett Smith, assistant vice president and associate counsel of The Inland Real Estate Group, LLC, Law Department, on behalf of an Inland affiliate. Located at 101 East 88th, the property, which will be renamed Park 88 Apartment Homes, underwent significant interior and exterior renovations in 2014.

Becker sees vision plans bill advance to House floor

A bill designed to help rural optometrists who participate in national vision plans control costs won approval Thursday from the House Health, Insurance and Environment Committee. Republican Rep. Jon Becker of Fort Morgan is one of the sponsors of House Bill 1012, one of several efforts he's mounted to help local health care providers deal with problems they face from national health care providers that dictate the price of services.

Social media, phone data used to find suspect accused of killing Broomfield teenager

Adams County investigators used social media and phone data to find the man suspected of killing a Broomfield teenager and leaving her body in a wooded area at the edge of Thornton on Dec. 29. Joseph Michael Lopez, 22, was arrested Thursday night and is being held at the Adams County Jail. He is under investigation for first-degree murder related to the death of 19-year-old Natalie Bollinger, Sheriff Michael McIntosh said during a briefing Friday afternoon.

Colorado Moves Quickly to Cement Hotly Debated Oil and Gas Industry Regulations

Since the fatal home explosion in Firestone and the dozen more explosions and leaks up and down the Front Range, communities have stood together demanding the state take action to protect public health and safety. So when the Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission - the state regulatory agency for the industry - opened the doors for community input on new flowline regulations last year, it was only expected that residents, local government and the industry would clamor to make their case.

Colorado ended the insurance of a state trooper's widow days after...

Colorado ended the insurance of a state trooper's widow days after his death. Lawmakers want to ensure that doesn't happen again.

Add more time to travel plans if you're on the A-Line train to DIA this weekend

Travelers using the University of Colorado A-Line to get to and from the airport this weekend may have to make part of the trip by bus, as workers get ready to shut off power to the west end of the 23-mile line in order to do work on the yet-to-open N-Line to the north suburbs. Trains will not run between Union Station and Central Park Station between at 3 a.m. Saturday and 3 a.m. Monday.

4 arrested in Thornton, connected to TN murder

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Should findings of Colorado lawmaker's sexual harassment inquiry be ...

The Republican leader tasked with determining whether to punish a state senator for alleged sexual harassment is facing tough questions about whether the outcome of the investigation will be made public. Senate President Kevin Grantham on Monday disputed suggestions that the outcome of the credible complaint against Sen. Randy Baumgardner, R-Hot Sulphur Springs, will remain private - even as he declined to promise to release it.

Two Colorado deputies were killed while wearing body armor. Do cops need better protection?

William Bartz 28, checking the feel of a vest as the fifty two recruits that started training this week are shown and fitted for body armor at the Denver Police Department's academy. Denver, CO.

Authorities arrest 6 people in connection with murder of 50-year-old Tennessee man

According to the Winchester Police Department, six people have been arrested in connection with the murder of a Tennessee man. Police say 50-year-old James Leon Wood of Winchester was reported missing on January 18. After police served a search warrant on Wood's home on January 25, they say they found his remains on the property.

Fallen Adams County sheriff's Deputy Heath Gumm remembered as...

The hearse passes by during the funeral procession for Adams County sheriff's deputy Heath Gumm on Friday, Feb. 2, 2018. Gumm was killed while chasing a man who reportedly had been involved in a fight outside an apartment complex near Thornton.

VIDEO: Thornton man sues after brutal attack by drug cops, lawsuit says

A Thornton tattoo artist was smoking a cigar behind his shop when a North Metro Drug Task Force sergeant "neck punched" him without provocation during an arrest and then he and another officer choked and pummeled him, a lawsuit says. Denver civil rights attorneys Adam Frank and Faisal Salahuddin filed the excessive force lawsuit on behalf of 50-year-old David Martinez Thursday in U.S. District Court in Denver.

Funeral procession for slain Adams County deputy will close highways Friday

Tabetha French stops to pray at a memorial outside the Adams County South Substation for Adams County Sheriff's Office Deputy Heath Gumm on Jan. 25, 2018 in Commerce City. Gumm was shot in the chest by a suspect who fired several rounds from a handgun.

Judge orders mental-health exam for man charged in fatal Walmart shooting

An Adams County judge ordered the man accused of killing three people at a Thornton Walmart to undergo a mental health evaluation. Judge Ted Tow made the order Wednesday after Scott Ostrem's public defenders requested the evaluation at the state mental health hospital in Pueblo.

Colorado man charged in fatal shooting of police officer

A 22-year-old man held without bond in the shooting death of a Colorado police officer last week was formally charged on Wednesday with first-degree murder, prosecutors said. Appearing in Adams County District Court in suburban Denver, Dreion Martise Dearing was charged with four counts of murder in the slaying of Deputy Sheriff Heath Gumm, a spokeswoman for District Attorney Dave Young said in a statement.

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