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Pomona wins state title in record-setting championship game

DENVER — Pomona and Eaglecrest put on an offensive show of historic proportion in the Class 5A football state championship game Dec. 2 at Mile High Stadium. When the dust settled, Pomona came away … more

As many large retailers struggle, cities seek solutions

As old-guard retailers shutter stores and lay off workers in the face of shifting consumer habits, Colorado municipalities are in a precarious position due to an unusual tax structure that depends … more

Dot Miller joins Arvada City Council

Arvada City Council swore in it’s newest councilmember, Dot Miller, in a ceremony held at City Hall Monday, Nov. 13. Miller joins the council after winning the At Large race in the general election Nov. 7. “I feel honored to have been … more

Five questions with Moni Piz Wilson

What’s the story behind Grandma’s Frozen Noodles? We’ve been around since 1961. We saw a niche that needed to be filled in the market and back then the grocery world was a whole different animal. That was back when the first King Soopers … more

Remembering Roy Halladay, a hometown all-star

The hard work and determination Roy Halladay brought to his athletics is something Jeff Legault, baseball coach at Dakota Ridge High School, teaches to his players daily. As an assistant coach at Arvada West High School in the early 1990s, … more

Miller takes At Large race for Arvada City Council

Voters are deciding the outcome of one race, while two more contests feature incumbents running unopposed in the Arvada City Council election. The winners are elected to four-year terms and will be … more

Colorado senator one of six chosen for STEMx fellowship

Colorado Sen. Rachel Zenzinger, of Arvada, was chosen by the STEMx program to participate in a policy fellowship in 2018. STEMx selects six policy makers from hundreds of legislators in a 21-state region. Those six policymakers study ways to … more

Five questions with Andrew Dahler

What does a beer curator do? Drink lots of beer. No, really, what I do is beer and brewery representatives come in and try me on their beer and try to get it on draft at Kline's. I use a judging system. If I feel that the beer will sell well or … more

Human Service grants address housing in Arvada

Of the $210,000 given to area nonprofits by the city of Arvada Human Services grants, the majority of them focus on services geared toward residents maintaining or gaining housing. “This year we gave extra thought to agencies providing rental … more

Arvada Police launch mobile site for teens

A new website to help students learn about the law, get safety tips and find help when needed has been launched by Arvada Police. is designed to function on a cell phone like an app, from drop down menus to telephone dialing … more

G Line meeting shows a community with little patience left

Michael Mutnan recalls when the original RTD G Line was announced in 2004 with plans to create a light rail system to connect Arvada, Wheat Ridge and Denver that would open in 2013. That was before a man drove his car onto tracks in California … more

City budget set, sales tax system goes electronic

A switch to online sales tax remittance will save the city of Arvada $104,968 next year. Arvada City Council approved the implementation of the online tax collection program with a 7-0 vote Oct. 16 as part of the overall budget approval. In … more
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