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Arvada

(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.
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36FP006, issued June 8, 2016, is seeking bids from qualified firms to provide Olde Town Arvada Garage Emergency Telephones (ETELs) and Closed Circuit TV Cameras (CCTVs).
at the Hill Petroleum Sinclair Oil Station, 6301 West 58th Avenue, Arvada, Colorado.
Village West Apartments is located in the central portion of the city of Arvada, which is within the Denver MSA.
Arvada Police Chief Don Wick said the standoff began in the residential neighborhood north of Denver after police responded to a domestic dispute call involving a man and woman at 5:30 p.
In neighboring Arvada, the pilot of a balloon was hospitalized with non-life-threatening injuries, and two passengers were treated at the scene after the aircraft crash landed, said Scott Pribble, spokesman for the Arvada Fire Protection District.
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Arvada Center for the Arts & Humanities, (720) 898-7200, www.
ARVADA -- The Colorado State Singles tournament had 64 participants playing in 10 divisions.
However, like many cities and towns today, Arvada has limited resources.
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.
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