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For the past 150 years, Churches Ranch in west Arvada has served the city and Jefferson County with milk, produce and coal storage. Today, it’s a ranch of a different sort, serving one main client: Horses. “Our ultimate home is to rescue … more
At 60, Laura Tobey often brought friends and strangers together for a common goal, a trait many of her closest colleagues described as a gift. “She was very empathetic,” said Ryan Stachelski, a close friend and colleague at the Arvada … more
Arvada on Tap, the city’s beer and barbecue festival, is back for a return release. On July 23, the City of Arvada and the city’s service clubs are working together to showcase craft barbecuers’ grilled creations with a crisp local, regional … more
The High Performance Transportation Enterprise and Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) announced last week that tolling has begun on the I-25 express lanes between U.S. Highway 36 and 120th Avenue. Transportation officials said the new … more
Family, food and freedom. Those are the three pillars of Ben and Cynthia Sarmiento’s American dream, a dream they’re bringing to life at their Wheat Ridge restaurant, Mighty Joe’s Kitchen. “We cashed everything in to do this,” … more
Richard is a little sheepish. He doesn’t want to give his last name because he’s already got a job, but said he came to the Independent Electrical Contractors Rocky Mountain’s job fair to “feel things out.” “I’m just looking for … more
William L. Armstrong is remembered as a man of success — in business, politics, family and faith. The theme of his funeral service was a phrase he often recited: “Jesus, Jesus, Jesus.” “There's no more fitting theme to Bill's … more
The need to prioritize our children’s education doesn’t stop when the school year ends. Come August, our teachers and students will return to overcrowded classrooms and underfunded schools. The next election will help determine if we can turn … more
The former assistant vice president of academic affairs for Mesa University in Grand Junction will now take over as vice president of academic and student affairs for Front Range Community College. Dr. Gillian McKnight-Tutein will serve as FRCC's … more
Mallory Pugh displays a professional, no-frills attitude whether she is scoring a goal or delivering an assist in a soccer match. So her reaction July 12 to being named a forward on the U.S. Women's Olympic Soccer team for the Summer Games in Rio … more
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