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Arvada resident and Apex ice desk employee Gene Chavez, 87, has lived a fascinating life including attending several Super Bowls, serving in the Army with Elvis Presley and being a guard and the Nuremberg Trials. The Arvada Press sat down with … more
Working at Ralston House I’ve worked with Ralston House since 2006. I have been a Forensic Interviewer and a Victim Advocate. Currently, I am the Victim Service Coordinator. How I got involved I was a law enforcement-based victim advocate … more
After brewing kombucha in his kitchen for several years, Castle Rock resident Marc Gaudreault decided to turn his product into a commercial business. One year ago, he founded TruBucha, a kombrewery operating out of a commercial kitchen in Denver. … more
The dance floor was overflowing all night at the 10th annual Silver Sneakers Senior Prom held April 28 at the Arvada Center. Over 200 guests attended the Kentucky Derby-themed night of dinner and dancing. “I'm thrilled,” said Phyllis Hoffman … more
If there’s a better part of summer than music under the stars, I don’t know what it is. Colorado has no shortage of picturesque locations for summer concerts, and while everyone is well aware of places like Red Rocks, many more intimidate venues exist that provide a lovely setting for some classic acts. more
As a creative person, it is encouraging to know whether people support the work. But for romance novelist Paul Sheldon, his number one fan Annie Wilkes might be a step or two over the line. That’s the setup of Stephen King’s classic horror … more
Colorado School of Mines students stepped back in time for this year’s Engineering Days (E-Days) events. E-Days takes place annually on campus and offers students an opportunity to take a break from studies and enjoy a variety of performances and … more
Students at the Colorado School of Mines are more than just aspiring engineers, scientists and mathematicians — they are also skilled artists and creative writers. They seem to be total opposites, but engineering and art collide together … more
At times, Ryan Laber feels as if he is drifting in the ocean. Grief washes over him in waves, recedes, then comes in again. Other times, he stands in a valley, staring at sheer cliffs encircling him, wondering how he will ever climb … more
Every day, Stephanie Schmalz drives by Highlands Ranch on C-470 from her home in Morrison to her job in Lone Tree. So when she learned in November that Jennifer Laber, a Highlands Ranch mother, had killed her two young sons and then herself, the … more
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