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The slated-to-closed school had one last hurrah with community members and families.
The bus service from Denver’s Union Station to Estes Park and Rocky Mountain National Park will be available for their fourth year this summer.
Bustang will resume service on May 27 and …
The 72nd Arvada Chamber of Commerce Awards Luncheon took place on May 18 at the Arvada Center, and saw the Chamber honor the 2022 Man and Woman of the Year, as well as the recipients of the Rising Star Award, Image Awards, and Young Professional Leadership Award.
Thunderstorms and heavy rains stayed away long enough to not put a damper on Pomona High School's graduation, which went off without a hitch on May 18 at the North Area Athletic Complex.
In the last 37 years, over 1,800 Peck Elementary School students have planted nearly 500 trees at parks across the city in recognition of Arbor Day — an annual occasion that celebrates the value of trees within the community, which was first observed in Arvada in 1987 thanks to former Peck teacher Dudley Weiland.
Golfers have a term for where the front nine holes transition to the back nine: "the turn."
When Christi and Randy Michaelis moved to Arvada in 2010, they simply wanted to help people. The at-the-time recently retired couple had just moved from Michigan and stopped by the Apex Center for the volunteer fair.
Ted Terranova was reelected to the Arvada Fire Protection District Board and Joel Kingham was elected to fill the seat vacated by the departure of longtime board member Mark McGoff, who did not seek reelection to pursue a project with the Colorado Historical Society.