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JoAnn Gould joins Apex JoAnn Gould has joined the Apex Park and Recreation District management team. Gould brings expertise and experience to the district to serve as Deputy Director of Recreation … more
Chambers of Commerce are designed to help their businesses grow and prosper in the community, bring in new customers and contribute to the economy. But that’s not their only focus — chambers also inform and connect the residents of their … more
Lots of Jefferson County businesses placed on the Denver A-List for some of the best businesses and services found in the metro area. This year, more than 45,000 people voted, who cast 74,087 votes. … more
Since its beginning in 1955, the Wheat Ridge Animal Hospital has never been afraid of growing. The practice began in a single room, expanded in the 1980s and moved to its 12,000-square-foot location at 36th and Kipling in 1996. “At the time, … more
Randi’s Pizza in West Arvada opens at 11 a.m. But its owners, Randy Harmon and Jeff Dumont, arrive at 6:30 every morning to start preparing food: The homemade sauce needs to simmer for five hours to reach optimal flavors. Sausage and meatballs … more
More than a year after a fire destroyed the Arvada office complex that housed its substance abuse and mental health counseling offices, Creative Treatment Options Inc. celebrated a grand re-opening at a new building at Wadsworth Boulevard and 66th … more
Andy Thomas walked to the front of his store in Olde Town Arvada. A sign with a yellow background and red letters was in his hands: “STORE CLOSING, EVERYTHING MUST GO,” in large capitol letters. Thomas placed the sign on the sidewalk in front … more
Two weeks before the scheduled opening, finishing touches were being placed on the Hilton Garden Inn Arvada Denver. Contractors stood on ladders installing lights in the lobby and lounge area. Art sat, waiting to be hung on the walls. Employees were … more
What Sam Bailey enjoys most about Jefferson County is the community’s gusto. “Jefferson County happens to be the place where the pioneering spirit still thrives and fosters an appetite to be engaged in the community,” he said. Bailey, … more
From the size of the crowds, and the lack of parking, one could be forgiven for thinking it was some kind of club or restaurant that was opening off Alameda on Feb. 25. But the hundreds of people who showed up were there for someone entirely … more
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