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Su Hawk, who was named President and CEO of the BBB Denver/Boulder two years ago, has announced her plan to leave the organization to pursue new career opportunities. Johnna Caruthers, the Vice President of Business Relations, has been named the … more
Every child dreams of opening a present on Christmas morning, and one organization is striving to make that dream come true. The Arvada Wheat Ridge Service Ambassadors for Youth (AWRSAY) Santa House kicks off its ninth season of giving on Dec. 3 … more
The Jefferson County Library Foundation is looking to end 2014 in a big way, and seeking support from patrons to make this happen. The foundation is focusing on providing books for as many Jeffco children as possible and its annual year-end … more
The Arvada City Council voted on the following legislation during its Nov. 17 regular business meeting. Council members in attendance were Mayor Pro Tem Mark McGoff District 1 Councilman Jerry Marks, District 3 Councilman John Marriott, District 4 … more
Council heard an update on the city’s third quarter financial status. According to the presentation, this year the city has seen historical growth while moving from a divisional to a program-based budget. The presentation highlighted the … more
Council approved (6-0) two resolutions developing a consolidated strategy and five year plan for the city’s housing and community development programs. The plan approves a sum of approximately $400,000 of federal funds to be given to the … more
Council voted (6-0) to approve a conditional use permit for the fast food restaurant, Kneaders Bakery & Café. The restaurant plans to demolish the former Denny’s building at 7945 Wadsworth Boulevard, where they will locate, and build a new … more
Seven tolls resonate for the fallen. In May, the Honor Bell will ring for the first time, symbolizing honor, dignity and respect for Colorado’s fallen veterans. “Honors are rituals, and military honors that are given is a ritual where they … more
A lot of things have happened since 1936 — Hawaii and Alaska becoming states and the inventions of canned beer, color television and the Slinky, just to name a few. But prior to this month, Republicans doing really well in Adams County … more
WHAT: Thriving During the Holidays WHERE: Colorado Wellness Center for Girls 3775 Chase St., Wheat Ridge WHEN: Tuesday, Dec. 9 6-8 p.m. COST: Free INFORMATION: 303-955-5818 or email carre@coloradocft.com more
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