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It’s a simple saying: “Hi, welcome to ARC.” But for Heather Pyle, 26, that phrase is everything. “I love it,” Pyle said. “Greeting people is always what I do. Otherwise, I cry.” Pyle has been employed by the ARC Thrift Store … more
With Colorado’s legislative session set to start this week, the main agenda item for Gov. John Hickenlooper seems dead on arrival, a sign that the state’s partisan divides and unorthodox spending limits will continue to paralyze it in … more
Despite tragic events of a Jan. 2 commercial fire, members of the seven businesses at 6475 Wadsworth Blvd. are rallying in aid and support. “We’re devastated by the loss of John, the man upstairs,” Robert Wolf, owner of Wolf Law, said after … more
Local leaders say they received little notification before the federal announcement that the Federal Center in Lakewood will temporarily shelter about 1,000 immigrant children who have fled Central America because of the daily dangers in their home … more
Following a nationwide search, the E-470 Public Highway Authority selected a new executive director to replace John McCuskey, who announced in October his plan to retire from E-470 at the end of the year. The E-470 board has chosen Timothy E. … more
Wendy Aiello first met Penny Parker when Parker was working at the Rocky Mountain News covering retail, tourism, restaurants and advertising. They became fast friends. “She was smart and funny,” said Aiello, a public relations executive in … 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
None of Wheat Ridge Cyclery’s employees are named Dasher, or Dancer, or Prancer, or Vixen. But 18 of them did load up “sleighs” full of warm clothes, food and toys, and took off — on bicycles — over snow-covered streets to deliver them to … more
Northglenn had a busy year of community events and new festivals, Thornton's residents rallied behind support for the Wadley Farms neighborhood fighting an oil and gas drills and Adams County saw a lot of activity with DIA. Here are some of the top … more
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