(ärvăd`ə), city (1990 pop. 89,235), Jefferson and Adams counties, N central Colo., a suburb of Denver; inc. 1904. Primarily residential, Arvada has some light manufacturing. The Arvada Center for the Arts and Humanities is there.
The FBI first became aware of her growing interest in extremism last November after Conley alarmed employees of an Arvada church by wandering around and taking notes on the layout of the campus, court documents say.
Seven horses passed through the ring belonging to Pritchard-Gordon, whose colours have been a regular sighting on tracks for over 30 years, notably through Grade 2 winner Arvada and the Listed-winning sprinter Hot Tin Roof.
The goal of collaborators at SkyFuel Inc., Arvada, Calif., and the National Renewable Energy Laboratory, Golden, Colo., is to increase widespread use of solar-generated electricity in the utilities market by addressing the primary market barrier--the high upfront capital cost and the long and/or low return on investment.
Five people, including a gunman, died in the attacks on Sunday at a mega church in Colorado Springs and at the Youth With a Mission missionary centre in the Denver suburb of Arvada. Five others were wounded.
9 shootings at New Life Church in Colorado Springs and a missionary training facility in Arvada, Colo.--which left five people dead, including a gunman--reflect the security nightmares facing some of the country's largest churches.