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After dropping out of high school earlier this year to take care of her new baby, Axel, 18-year-old Jen Ortiz, found hope in one Arvada nonprofit. And for teen moms like her across Colorado, it’s that moment, when they need help where Hope … more
A Westminster wife with a background in theater and a career in beauty supplies, Kate Hart leads a double life. A couple of nights a month, Hart — a red-headed bombshell with a smile to match her amorous moniker — takes the stage as Ariella May … more
It’s going to be a star-filled summer at the Arvada Center with its Summer Stage Concert Series, present by Swallow Hill Music. For the third year, the two organizations are bringing an eclectic mix of performances to the center’s outdoor … more
What drew you to this job — and back to Northglenn? I moved to Colorado in 1995 and worked for Adams County for 10 years. Then I left in 2005 to go to Florida to do land development down there for a couple of years — I thought I was going … more
A look at some of the Fourth of July events and happenings in the North Metro region. more
In 2015, more than 6,300 animals were adopted into loving homes from the Foothills Animal Shelter. And it’s caring people who contribute to the shelter’s success. The shelter employs 50 people, has more than 450 volunteers and at least 180 … more
What felt like the flu turned out to be something more final. And for Arvada dad and grandfather Gerry Gallick, the prognosis shook up his life. But faith kept him steady. “I’ve always been religious,” said Gallick, who has … more
An apparently unthinking and selfish action sabotaged Todd Wessels’ effort to break the Guinness world record for a 10-pin bowling marathon. Moe’s Original Bar B Que in Englewood donated the use of the lane and other support to Wessels’ … more
Over the years, the Arvada Center has showcased some of the most famous musicals in the Broadway canon — everything from “Camelot” and “Les Misérables” to “Tarzan” and “Death Takes A Holiday.” To celebrate its 40th anniversary, … more
This week, I sat down with Vickie Ricord, the new(ish) public relations and development director for the Court Appointed Special Advocates — CASA — of Adams and Broomfield counties. Just more than a year after moving from Louisiana to Westminster, the mother of two talked about what it’s like to have the full support of community in terms of advocating, and the things she loves about her new home (hint: outdoors), as well as what she misses about her old one (hint: crawfish). more
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