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Colorado was selected to participate in the President’s National Network for Manufacturing Innovation through the newly established Institute for Advanced Composites Manufacturing Innovation (IACMI). IACMI is a multi-state public-private … more
Colorado Rep. Libby Szabo from District 27 was selected as Jefferson County commissioner for District 1. Szabo, who successfully ran for a third term in November, will be filling the vacancy left behind by former county commissioner Faye … more
Over the next three months, the APEX Park and Recreation District will host three community meetings to better learn about community’s desires for recreation and gain feedback about the district’s master plan. “We’re going to ask for some … more
A year after legalizing recreational pot sales, Colorado has more questions than answers about the health effects of legal marijuana. A panel of doctors concluded months of meetings last week about the health effects of marijuana and how people … more
A simple bowl of chili and a down-home country western shindig in Arvada is hopefully going to feed a great number of people. The Arvada Young Singles Ward of Arvada’s Latter Day Saints will host the Can Roundup, an empty bowls fundraiser for … more
Although it successfully disposes of millions of pounds of hazardous waste, the Rooney Road Recycling Center is struggling financially because of shrinking revenues and too little money to manage the facility. For more than 20 years ago, the … more
Gov. John Hickenlooper delivered his annual State of the State address Jan. 15 during a joint session of the General Assembly, commending the state’s booming business sector and encouraging bipartisanship. “The state of our state is … more
With the smell of freshly brewed coffee in the air, Eric Yochim saw a vision turn into reality while celebrating the expansion and renovation of his business — Two Rivers Café and Roastery. “We had an opportunity to move just a few doors … more
In 1882, Benjamin F. Wadsworth donated money to build a brick schoolhouse — one of the first in Arvada — in the heart of the emerging city’s downtown. Today, after several changes of hand the Olde Town schoolhouse has a new owner, Scott … more
During a heated discussion, the Jefferson County Board of Education voted for a third time, 3-2, to table a decision about financing future facilities amid growing enrollment concerns. “Let’s not overrun our $99 million dollar budget, let’s … more
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