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2 homes destroyed in Arvada fire

ARVADA, Colo. — Two attached homes were destroyed in a fire in Arvada Saturday that kept firefighters busy for hours.Arvada Fire said crews responded to the fire on Independence Street near West 69th Avenue just before 3 p.m.The blaze prompted a two-alarm response, with additional crews coming from West Metro Fire Rescue and Fairmount Fire. A spokesperson said they quickly moved to a defensive attack, which means they were only fighting the fire f...

ARVADA, Colo. — Two attached homes were destroyed in a fire in Arvada Saturday that kept firefighters busy for hours.

Arvada Fire said crews responded to the fire on Independence Street near West 69th Avenue just before 3 p.m.

The blaze prompted a two-alarm response, with additional crews coming from West Metro Fire Rescue and Fairmount Fire. A spokesperson said they quickly moved to a defensive attack, which means they were only fighting the fire from outside the structure because it was too dangerous to fight it from the inside.

Arvada Fire said all of the people living there got out safely and were not hurt, but a dog and three cats were still unaccounted for as of Saturday evening.

The spokesperson said the structure is comprised of two homes that were built at different times.

Crews were still at the scene as of 8 p.m. The fire department said the heavy timber the homes are made of made the fire more difficult to put out.

The cause has not been determined.

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Buena Vista, West Grand and Arvada take small school football spotlight this week

The Arvada Bulldogs are off to their best start in four years, grinding through a couple of high-scoring games in consecutive weeks to forge a 3-0 record and join the Colorado Preps Media Poll rankings in Class 2A at No. 10. At this point, a playoff appearance is definitely a realistic goal.Since dropping to 2A in 2016, Arvada has posted two winning seasons and even in the most recent year it started 3-0 (2019)...

The Arvada Bulldogs are off to their best start in four years, grinding through a couple of high-scoring games in consecutive weeks to forge a 3-0 record and join the Colorado Preps Media Poll rankings in Class 2A at No. 10. At this point, a playoff appearance is definitely a realistic goal.

Since dropping to 2A in 2016, Arvada has posted two winning seasons and even in the most recent year it started 3-0 (2019), the Bulldogs couldn’t get into the playoff field.

However, Glemon Allmon’s team seems to be hitting a different stride in 2023.

Senior quarterback Trevor Lucero has already thrown 15 touchdown passes in three games, and his completion percentage of 67.9% has been instrumental in AHS keeping drives alive and scoring at a feverish pace (45.7 points per game). Oh yeah … Lucero’s shiftiness has also produced a 9.3 yards-per-carry average on 24 attempts with another two rushing touchdowns to his name. Jerriah Arellano has hauled in eight of Lucero’s TD tosses (he has 12 catches overall).

Christian Lake is another senior who is crushing it early on in his final season. Lake has amassed six sacks, leading a team that has produced 13 QB takedowns already.

Wins over Prospect Ridge, Littleton and Englewood are nice. But the schedule will continually get more grueling as the season wears on in the Patriot League West. Even a chance to play 1A Middle Park (2-1) this week is a chance to get better.

Inner-mountain tussle

Gunnison and Buena Vista haven’t met too many times in their recent history, with the Cowboys and Demons having five contests against each other since 2007. However, this 2023 rendition appears on paper to be quite a dandy.

Will it top last year’s 21-20 win for the Cowboys? That remains to be seen. But early in this season, there’s already going to be a lot on the line when they clash Friday night.

The teams currently rank sixth (Gunnison) and eighth (Buena Vista), respectively, in the 1A Select Media Poll. Gunnison is 4-0 for the second time in Paul Vickers’ three years at the school, and they’re looking for more. And Buena Vista is looking to build on last week’s 14-12 victory against Centauri and getting a jump-start in the Western Slope League schedule.

The Demons have flown to the football so far, producing 11 turnovers. And Caleb Camp has been an early-season MVP on both sides of things, not to mention special teams.

While Meeker might have a say about things, these two programs are gunning for the league title and it might be foretold with Friday’s outcome.

West Grand faces a giant opponent

It’s hard not to allow a lot of points in 8-man football, but West Grand (3-0) is proving it can be done. The Mustangs have held two of their three opponents to six points or less, and only allowed Calhan 22 points.

Elbert (3-0) is an entirely different animal, though, and when the teams go head-to-head Friday night it’ll likely be a last-to-get-the-ball-wins kind of scenario between a pair of capable offenses. Elbert does not divulge statistics on MaxPreps, but the Bulldogs have posted an impressive 54.7 points per game so far in rising to No. 9 in the 8-man poll.

West Grand’s Blake Terryberry will have to be very, very good to keep pace, but the sophomore has already shown a good head on his shoulders with a 7-to-1 touchdown-to-interception ratio and a heady 7.1 yards per carry when he decides to pull it down and run.

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While the 6-man slate features some heavyweight matchups at the top, as highlighted by Colorado Preps on Wednesday, one saucy little ditty that might not garner as much attention is Primero against La Veta on Thursday night. Both teams are 2-1 and have a couple of premier players to watch for. For Primero, it’s junior Brett Kendall, who has averaged 203 total yards a game; For La Veta, it’s Kade Andreatta with his six touchdowns (three rushing, three receiving).

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Homeless shelter in Arvada says city is trying to force them to new location

Last fall, the city of Arvada refused to sign off on a grant application for federal housing funding. Multiple staff members have now gone to zero pay.DENVER, Colorado — For many of Arvada's homeless community, they go to Mission Arvada of the Rising Church in Olde Town to find life's necessities.Mission Arvada turns into a day shelter where the unhoused community can receive meals and clothing. They can also do their laundry there and take a warm shower.The day shelter is open until 1pm every day. Afterward, they'...

Last fall, the city of Arvada refused to sign off on a grant application for federal housing funding. Multiple staff members have now gone to zero pay.

DENVER, Colorado — For many of Arvada's homeless community, they go to Mission Arvada of the Rising Church in Olde Town to find life's necessities.

Mission Arvada turns into a day shelter where the unhoused community can receive meals and clothing. They can also do their laundry there and take a warm shower.

The day shelter is open until 1pm every day. Afterward, they're on their own for dinner and to find a place to stay for the night.

"If didn't have this church, I'd probably be dead or in jail or I don't know. So, yeah, I'm here at the Rising Church," said Zeno Matsumoto, who drove from Florida to find a better life in Colorado.

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"So, I drove about 1,800 miles from Daytona Beach, Florida to escape poverty and trauma and the things that are going on there," Matsumoto said.

Matsumoto discovered the Rising Church when he got off a bus and randomly discovered the services. Since then, he's gone there every day.

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"If it wasn't for the daily services that the church has, I would not eat, like, period," Matsumoto said.

Mission Arvada has less and less funding with each passing day.

In September, the city of Arvada refused to sign off on a grant application that would allow the church and shelter to apply for and potentially receive funding from the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD).

The grant requires that for sheltering, the jurisdiction must sign off on the application. In this case, the city of Arvada is considered the jurisdiction.

"We were applying for our emergency shelter funds and they refused to sign off on the grant for us," said Karen Cowling, director of the Mission Arvada of the Rising Church.

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Three full-time employees, including Cowling, have had to go to zero pay as a result of the significant financial bind without the opportunity for grant funding.

Cowling said the city refused to sign off on the grant because of the current location of Mission Arvada in the heart of Olde Town.

"They don't like our location. They've told us that many times. I call this a gem for the city of Arvada - this area, Olde Town," Cowling said. "Lots of restaurants and bars and activity and a lot of tax base."

To Cowling, it feels like a 'not-in-my-backyard' mentality from the city who has instead positioned itself to help them find a new location. However, the first location they showed Mission Arvada was 6,000 square feet smaller than the space they're in now, according to Cowling.

"They're citizens of our community," Cowling said. "They happen to be homeless, but they're not lesser people. They deserve to have everything that all of us have, you know, including a roof over their head."

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Last September, former City Manager Mark Deven sent an email to Cowling. In part saying, "Respectfully, the City of Arvada has decline to support this application [HUD grant]."

It goes on to read, "This is not an appropriate location for a housing navigation center. Unhoused individuals who seek services at the Mission Arvada often remain encamped near and within Olde Towne under conditions that are unsafe and unsanitary. These conditions have become a burden to the Olde Town community."

"I think that there's a better place for them to provide services," current City Manager Lorie Gillis said.

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Gillis said the city is "partnering" with them because the city believes there is an opportunity for them to be in a facility that they can more effectively deliver their services.

"There is an opportunity for the city to help broker a transaction for the purchase of their existing building so the proceeds from the existing building can be used for them to purchase a new place of operation," Gillis said.

Gillis said she would be open to signing off on grant applications if City Council is also supportive. She said the city is "not holding them hostage" in the way of grant money.

"They are not able to apply for that individual grant because we did not sign off in support because we are being responsible to our businesses, our community, our patrons in the old town area," Gillis said, adding that there have been additional complaints from community members and business owners.

Gillis said they could also try to seek other grants that may not require jurisdiction approval.

"We're trying to manage balancing the needs of all of Old Town and not just Old Town of the city and the needs of the unhoused," Gillis said.

Cowling said she does believe the city is committed to finding them a new location. With their building already owned and paid off, they would otherwise have no interest in moving.

Without any other funding, Cowling said the shelter's case manager may have to go to zero pay in the upcoming months as well. In the past two years, she has been able to get more than 150 people off the streets and into long-term housing.

Cowling also added that even if their current location changes, it would not necessarily mean less unhoused people in Olde Town Arvada.

"There will still be homeless people. At the same time, if we're not here, we're not going to be able to enforce rules that we have," She said.

Some of the rules include no smoking in front of the library, no using drugs out in the open, no violent behaviors and no carts in Olde Town. Cowling said if they see their rules being broken, they will ban those individuals from the property.

As a result of the lack of grant funding, they are currently asking for additional private donations.

Technology | Colorado developer of medical products set to expand in Arvada

A 35-year-old Colorado company that develops and manufactures medical products for clients worldwide is expanding its operation and moving into a 34,000-square-foot facility in Arvada.ERI Group, formerly Evergreen Research, has leased the new manufacturing space and expects it to be up and running later this year. The company, whose main site is in Genesee, has doubled its workforce over the past year to about 100 employees and anticipates the staff growing to roughly...

A 35-year-old Colorado company that develops and manufactures medical products for clients worldwide is expanding its operation and moving into a 34,000-square-foot facility in Arvada.

ERI Group, formerly Evergreen Research, has leased the new manufacturing space and expects it to be up and running later this year. The company, whose main site is in Genesee, has doubled its workforce over the past year to about 100 employees and anticipates the staff growing to roughly 150 by the end of 2025.

“The addition of the Arvada office provides significant expansion to our manufacturing operations,” said Natasha Bond, president of ERI Group. “This is an investment to make the operations more efficient and really set the group up for success.”

The core of the company’s business involves the design and development of medical products. ERI also provides quality assurance and regulatory services.

“We also do diagnostic equipment, some laboratory equipment. And we actually do some environmental-monitoring equipment and high-end sports equipment,” Bond said.

The company’s mission is to enable entrepreneurs “to bring life-changing products to market,” Bond added.

The ERI Group’s clients include the creators of LUCI, smart wheelchair technology. Barry Dean and his brother, Jered Dean, a former Colorado School of Mines professor, started a company after designing and engineering features for a wheelchair used by Barry’s daughter to make it safer and able to connect to the internet.

The work on LUCI is a good example of what makes the ERI team special, said Bond, who joined the company two years ago.

“We helped them the first time around. They went out to the market and had some success. They came back with market feedback and wanted additional features,” Bond said. “We brought it in for about a month of really intensive work and brought the LUCI team to take a look at some of the options we put together, of where we might take the product for them.”

The ERI Group doesn’t create its own products.

“We are a service company. We develop and manufacture our customers’ products,” Bond said. “We are effectively a team of experts that somebody can wrap around a good idea to help it forward.”

The business became ERI Group two years ago when the former owners retired. The company is now backed by private equity that is Denver-based, Bond said. The company has seen business grow while maintaining longtime clients, including customers No. 1, 2 and 4 from 35 years ago, she added.

In 2022, ERI merged with LINK Product Development, a Denver-based industrial design and engineering studio.

About 75% of ERI Group’s clients are in the U.S. Others are in Mexico, Canada, Israel. New Zealand and Europe. Bond said the work ranges from putting in millions of dollars worth of effort into one project while providing a few hours of help for another with meeting regulatory requirements.

“We probably have a hundred projects open at any one time,” Bond said.

She said Colorado is the perfect setting for ERI Group. The company’s staff has expertise in mechanical, electrical, software and systems engineering as well as quality-assurance and regulatory consulting services.

The value of the availability in Colorado of highly skilled, highly motivated team members “who, frankly, are an absolute joy to work with can’t be overstated,” Bond said.

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Fire burns 2 homes in Arvada

Arvada Fire said the fire was on Yarrow Street, which is in the area of Wadsworth Boulevard and Pomona Drive.ARVADA, Colo. — No one was injured when two neighboring homes caught fire Thursday afternoon in Arvada, according to Arvada Fire Rescue.About 1:50 p.m. Thursday, Arvada Fire's Support Team Assisted Response, or STAR51, reported a smoke plume while driving on Pomona Drive, and crews quickly responded to the fire on Yarrow Street, in the area of Wadsworth Boulevard and Pomona Drive.When crews arrived on scene,...

Arvada Fire said the fire was on Yarrow Street, which is in the area of Wadsworth Boulevard and Pomona Drive.

ARVADA, Colo. — No one was injured when two neighboring homes caught fire Thursday afternoon in Arvada, according to Arvada Fire Rescue.

About 1:50 p.m. Thursday, Arvada Fire's Support Team Assisted Response, or STAR51, reported a smoke plume while driving on Pomona Drive, and crews quickly responded to the fire on Yarrow Street, in the area of Wadsworth Boulevard and Pomona Drive.

When crews arrived on scene, one home was fully involved and the fire was spreading to a second home.

Arvada Fire said one person evacuated safely from one of the homes, and the other home was unoccupied. No injuries were reported. The first fire crew on scene also helped evacuate three dogs.

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The fire was put out at both homes about 2:30 p.m., Arvada Fire said.

Investigators were working to determine the cause and origin of the fire.

Secondary search completed. Corrected address is the 8400 block of Yarrow St. off Pomona. Fire investigators are on scene to begin their investigation when it is safe to do so, while the Red Cross has been dispatched to assist homeowners. Firefighters now working on overhaul. pic.twitter.com/VDFCztNEIK

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