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A Plinko board made with golf tees. A miniature golf game in a cardboard box. A foosball game with cardboard players and a marble. A claw machine using salad tongs. These were just a few of the arcade-style games students in the … more
When the snow falls this season, Arvada resident Carol Foy, 79, is happy knowing that her neighbors will be shoveling for her. Up until last year, Foy shoveled the snow at her house herself. But as she ages, she worries about falling. “I’m … more
No-overnight-parking signs have been installed on Upham Street between Ralston Road and Grandview Avenue in Arvada as part of the overall parking management strategy for Olde Town. The signs are temporary and will switch over to four-hour parking … more
More often than not, when hearing about new advancement in health care, it’s a breakthrough in medical technology, or a new drug. But very rarely do we hear anything about new ways to provide health care. Lutheran Medical Center wants to change … more
Having a vision is important for a satisfying and fulfilling life. With a vision you have purpose, energy and something to focus on when you have a down day. You’re moving toward it because you … more
The state’s largest charity event, including many based in Jefferson County, brought in $33.8 million in donations this year. Called Colorado Gives Day, the annual charity event, helped generate donations to 2,111 nonprofits across the state, … more
Christmas miracles can seem few and far between, especially for families that have suffered through tragedy. But last week, Arvada was lucky enough to experience, two miracles, which happened to be just around the corner from one-another. Two … more
Rachel Dunn, 45, has taught art to the seventh- and eighth-grade students at Drake Middle School in Arvada since 2003. The Colorado Art Education Association recently named Dunn — a Lakewood resident — as the Middle School Art Educator of the … more
John Bodnar stood on the stage at the Lamar Center. He wore a plastic head of fake jet-black hair and a blue T-shirt with the red-and-yellow Superman symbol peeking through his white dress shirt. Bodnar, chairman of the Arvada Chamber of Commerce … more
Olde Town Arvada’s annual holiday had a quintessential backdrop. With the Arvada Chorale slated to sing at 5:30 p.m. on Dec. 6, light snow started falling shortly after 5 p.m. as temperatures stayed in the 20s. “Hey! Welcome!” Arvada Marc … more
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