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A golden thread, more than 150 years in the making, connects the city with the past. With the help of a six-member committee comprised of local historians and longtime residents, the Golden History Museums is creating a master timeline of the … more
Investigators using heavy equipment and K-9 dogs discovered the body of a man at about 3 p.m. Jan. 4 in the rubble of an Arvada office building decimated by a fire two days earlier. Arvada police … more
Imam ShemsAdeen Ben-Masud, the leader of the Metropolitan Denver North Islamic Center, gestures to 13 letters on colorful paper scattered across the table in his office. They are from the Interfaith Alliance of Colorado and they are filled with … more
Nearly 100 percent of money used by Jeffco United — the parent-founded organization behind the successful recall of three conservativeschool board members — came from local, state and national teachers' unions, according to campaign reports … more
Oh, Christmas tree, oh, Christmas tree, whatever shall I do with thee? As the holidays come to a close, and the festive decorations come down, one tall, needley item — the Christmas tree — still stands in houses across Arvada. The city is … more
A little bit of Southern comfort goes a long way Celebrating its one-year anniversary, the Arvada Dragonfly, Olde Town's boutique lodging hub, offers residents a distinctive home-like stay for … more
To say 2015 was a tumultuous year would be an understatement. Teachers, district staff, unions, students, parents and national organizations all played a role in multiple battles this year. Topics of contention included teacher contracts, … more
The next generation of victims’ advocates at Family Tree have been announced as part of the Next Gen Council. The 17-member council is made up of community members from the seven-county Denver-metro region, and features Arvada residents Gillian … more
Jefferson County produced some forward-looking news in 2015, deciding on ways to improve the county fair and approving a tax increase to support the library. As the news continues into the New Year, here are some of the hot topics that began in … more
Over the past year, Arvada thrived as the city saw many major developments. From continued construction on the Gold Line, to the creation of two new schools and a little heat in the race for city council, 2015 saw them all. Here are our top 10 … more
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