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East Coast hoagie chain is ready to open 2nd Colorado location

The New Jersey-based sub chain said it is expanding to the Western U.S.CENTENNIAL, Colo. — A New Jersey-based sandwich chain is continuing its expansion into Colorado.PrimoHoagies announced it will hold the grand opening of its second Colorado location on Thursday.PrimoHoagies said a ribbon-cutting ceremony will begin at 9:45 a.m. Thursday with doors opening at 10 a.m. at ...

The New Jersey-based sub chain said it is expanding to the Western U.S.

CENTENNIAL, Colo. — A New Jersey-based sandwich chain is continuing its expansion into Colorado.

PrimoHoagies announced it will hold the grand opening of its second Colorado location on Thursday.

PrimoHoagies said a ribbon-cutting ceremony will begin at 9:45 a.m. Thursday with doors opening at 10 a.m. at 8170 S. Holly St. in Centennial.

Co-owned by Denver resident and Philadelphia native Bob Tunstall and Philadelphia local Aaron Borstein, the Centennial restaurant will offer the first 100 customers in line on July 27 a free Primo Size Hoagie. For the rest of the day, customers in the rewards program can get a Primo Size Hoagies for $6.99.

"The taste of PrimoHoagies is unlike any other sandwich. Always made fresh to order, with delicious meats and cheeses on an award-winning roll - you can’t get any better than that," Tunstall said. "We can’t wait to introduce the Centennial community to our gourmet Italian specialty sandwiches - or as we call them in Philly, hoagies!"

Originally founded in South Philadelphia in 1992, PrimoHoagies opened its first location in Colorado in May at 6200 Leetsdale Dr.

The company began to franchise in 1999 and now has franchise locations open across Pennsylvania, Delaware, Florida, Maryland, New Jersey, North Carolina, South Carolina, Texas and Colorado.

PrimoHoagies said a store in Westminster is in the works.

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The casual chain said it is known for its "gourmet hoagies with high-quality meats and cheeses piled high on freshly baked rolls."

PrimoHoagies told 9NEWS in 2021 that it has signed new franchise agreements to open five locations in Denver, part of a 18-restaurant expansion that also includes Florida, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania.

The chain said this is the first time it has expanded west of the Mississippi. PrimoHoagies currently has more than 100 locations nationally.

"We are incredibly excited and honored to open the first-ever PrimoHoagies in Colorado," said Denver franchisee Chris Maes. "When George and I saw the opportunity to expand this growing brand to the west, we knew it was a great fit for Denver. With ingredients so fresh and high-quality, you can’t get a better hoagie than this - I know our Denver neighbors are excited to get a first taste!"

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Space Force ‘training satellites’ are being built in Centennial

The Army and Navy have vast territories of land and sea to conduct full-scale war games and training exercises. But what about the Space Force? At the moment, the nascent new branch of the U.S. military does not really have the resources, infrastructure or doctrine to execute such critically important real-world scenarios for their personnel.Satellite operations expert Even Rogers identified that problem when he left the Air Force a few years ago.“We didn't leave the military because we wanted, necessarily, to start a com...

The Army and Navy have vast territories of land and sea to conduct full-scale war games and training exercises. But what about the Space Force? At the moment, the nascent new branch of the U.S. military does not really have the resources, infrastructure or doctrine to execute such critically important real-world scenarios for their personnel.

Satellite operations expert Even Rogers identified that problem when he left the Air Force a few years ago.

“We didn't leave the military because we wanted, necessarily, to start a company,” he said. “It was because we believed that we had deep specific knowledge on the problem.”

That knowledge led to the creation of True Anomaly — the company Rogers founded a little more than a year ago — and the “Jackal” satellite.

Rogers described the Jackal as an “emulator” of sorts for Space Force training missions. It can play the role of an adversary sparring partner from a hostile nation or a cooperating ally. It is also equipped with sensors to track the movement of all the satellites and earth-bound assets involved in the exercise.

“(Space Force leaders) really need a flexible environment where they can get capabilities in there very quickly, understand what their performance is and then iterate on systems rapidly,” Rogers said.

True Anomaly hosted a grand opening for their 35-thousand-square-foot facility in Centennial late last week. The team is preparing to build a fleet of autonomous satellites to support future Space Force training exercises — at an assembly rate of one “Jackal” satellite every five days.

The Thursday ribbon-cutting was attended by the likes of U.S. Rep. Jason Crow and the recently-retired first Chief of Space Operations, the Space Force representative on the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Gen. John W. “Jay” Raymond.

Crow told the few dozen gathered for the event that the facility represented an evolution, at least in the space domain, from the military’s historic years-long cycles of weapons development.

“The technology we create today, or that our adversaries create today, is only going to be relevant for two to three years, and then it'll be irrelevant. So those old contracting styles and that old style of procurement is not going to meet the day,” Crow said.

The first two Jackal satellites are scheduled to launch from Vandenberg Space Force Base in California next February, aboard a SpaceX rocket.

Rogers said while he is first focusing on military contracts, the company eventually intends to sell to commercial operators in need of space security training.

True Anomaly, at about 90 employees currently, represents another shift in the military and other government entities looking more to the rapidly expanding ecosystem of small and midsize space companies in Colorado.

The Front Range has the highest concentration of space-focused workers in the country.

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On Colorado Day, 4 state historians share their favorite bits of Centennial State history

To honor Colorado’s 147th birthday today, four of the state’s historians shared one of their favorite anecdotes — a partially headless chicken in Fruita, one of the nation’s highest cities, the first Chinese person to be documented living in Colorado and a long-running film festival.Derek Everett: An unusual chickenDerek Everett, a professor of history at MSU Denver who is also the state’s informal historian about the Capitol, said the first story that came to mind was about a fowl, about to find...

To honor Colorado’s 147th birthday today, four of the state’s historians shared one of their favorite anecdotes — a partially headless chicken in Fruita, one of the nation’s highest cities, the first Chinese person to be documented living in Colorado and a long-running film festival.

Derek Everett: An unusual chicken

Derek Everett, a professor of history at MSU Denver who is also the state’s informal historian about the Capitol, said the first story that came to mind was about a fowl, about to find itself on a family’s Sunday dinner plate.

“In 1945, there were a farming couple in Fruita out in Western Colorado, not far from Grand Junction who were getting ready for a Sunday dinner and took a whack at their rooster, Mike,” Everett said.

That whack was not substantial enough, Everett said. And, as the legend goes, “and didn't take off apparently enough of his head!”

The rooster stayed alive.

“Because there was enough of everything still attached that he stayed alive and continued to carry his head around with him under his wing for the next year and a half,” he marveled. “As he kept going on and on, they fed him with an eye-dropper and with food and water down his gullet.”

Laughing, he continued: “I'm not entirely sure how hygienic they were able to keep Mike going, but, as you can imagine, Mike turned into a sideshow attraction."

"And so the couple who owned him traveled all over the United States showing off Mike the headless chicken who grew to be a rather large bird, and was just this bizarre sort of freak show – an attraction for people all over the United States!” Everett said.

The legend of Mike still lives on — there’s an annual Mike the Headless Chicken Celebration held every year in Fruita in June.

Many towns and cities in the state hold stories of historical note. Leadville is one, according to Tom Noel, professor of History emeritus at the University of Colorado Denver.

He has focused on Colorado history for most of his career and said one fun fact many people don’t know about Colorado, the 38th state, is that the mountains serve like tentpoles, keeping the land mass from being bigger than it would be if it were flat.

“If it were not for all of the mountains, it would be the largest state — if it were ironed out flat," Noel said.

Leadville, a city of about 2,600 in Lake County, on the other hand, stands alone in height: 10,158 feet.

“Leadville is the highest city in the United States, over two miles high,” Noel said. “It [got] started in 1876 as the greatest silver mining city for a while in the world. And it brings a lot of attention, a lot of press as well as a lot of people to Colorado. Gold originally brought people to Colorado with a gold rush of 1859. But as of the 1870s, silver [became] more important and particularly important up in Leadville, which is the mother city of many millionaires, including the Guggenheims and Mays of the May company department stores.”

It was a place that made lots of folks rich, he said.

“This would be in the 1870s, with the silver mining boom and the Guggenheims got started up there. It was silver and smelting of silver and some called Leadville the mother city of millionaires,” Noel said.

While the Guggenheims and Mays were making names for themselves, Chinese people weren’t so well-represented in the state back when it first started, according to William Wei.

Wei, a professor of Chinese History at CU Boulder, has also spent a lot of his scholarship focusing on Colorado’s history and served as state historian from 2019 until 2020.

One of the pieces of information he came across was the first Chinese person in Colorado.

“He was reported by the Colorado Tribune as being in Denver on June 29, 1869,” Wei said.

Although he was not completely sure, Wei presumes this person was a “former Chinese railroad worker who had helped to complete the very famous Central Pacific, which was the western half of the Transcontinental Railroad.”

According to Wei, he soon found company: “He was probably later joined by other Chinese railroad workers who after completing the railroad, was looking for work in the West, and I assume that he and some of his fellow railroad workers were the ones who established Chinatown.

“And when they came, they looked for work.”

Just like the folks up in Leadville, they were likely miners.

“They worked, of course, in the various mines during this time,” Wei said. “And they created a Chinatown to provide, if you will, a place for the Chinese workers in the state to find supplies and a place where they could rest, you know — a place where they could eat Chinese food.”

Claire Oberon Garcia: A monument in women's film

Wei's tenure as state historian ended three years before that of current state historian Claire Oberon Garcia's began.

A professor of English specializing in lesser-known African American women’s literature at Colorado College for the past three decades, Garcia becomes state historian today. She will serve for one year in the volunteer role, supporting initiatives of History Colorado.

She pointed out a historical factoid a bit more contemporary and closer to her home.

“One cool historical fact is that Colorado Springs is home to the longest-running women’s film festival in North America, and the second longest-running. women’s film festival in the world,” she said.

The Rocky Mountain Women’s Film Festival, she said, has been running continuously for over thirty years. Its 35th festival begins in October.

The Centennial state will be honored today with daylong celebrations at History Colorado and the Capitol.

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Centennial condominium fire causes roof collapse, no injuries

South Metro Fire Rescue said the fire may have started burning in the attic long before anyone noticed and called 911.CENTENNIAL, Colo — Firefighters responded to a two-alarm fire that caused part of the roof to collapse at a condominium building in Centennial on Friday.South Metro Fire Rescue (SMFR) tweeted around 3:45 p.m. that they were on the scene of a fire at the Glenn Oaks Condos on East Fremont Avenue, near South University Boulevard and Eas...

South Metro Fire Rescue said the fire may have started burning in the attic long before anyone noticed and called 911.

CENTENNIAL, Colo — Firefighters responded to a two-alarm fire that caused part of the roof to collapse at a condominium building in Centennial on Friday.

South Metro Fire Rescue (SMFR) tweeted around 3:45 p.m. that they were on the scene of a fire at the Glenn Oaks Condos on East Fremont Avenue, near South University Boulevard and East Arapahoe Road. They said it was burning in the attic and called in a second alarm to help with the firefighting effort -- which doubled the number of first responders on scene to roughly 75.

"The amount of 911 callers that called us and the volume of smoke that our firefighters observed from a couple of miles away leads us to believe that maybe this fire had been burning undetected for a while in the attic space," said South Metro Fire spokesperson Eric Hurst.

South Metro Fire said after a partial roof collapse, firefighters took a defensive approach from the outside of the middle units and an offensive approach from the inside of the end units to control the fire.

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"I was going from door to door pounding on doors downstairs telling people to get out — there’s a fire," said Betsy Latham, who lives next door. "It was like a little flame and all of a sudden the whole thing was on fire."

Other neighbors report seeing sheriff's deputies and firefighters run into the burning building upon arrival to make sure everyone was okay. "We risk a lot to save a lot," said Hurst.

The fire department said everyone living in the building was safely evacuated. There were no reports of injuries.

At around 7:15 p.m., South Metro said the fire was under control.

The cause is under investigation.

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Lawsuit claims Centennial business is illegally hosting a sex club on the wrong side of the highway

A new lawsuit filed Monday aims to stop sex at The Office in Centennial.The City of Centennial has filed the suit against the owner of The Office in Centennial, located in the Southgate shopping center west of I-25 and south of Arapahoe Road. The suit claims the property is used as a sexually-oriented business, and that rooms are "equipped with items generally used only for the purposes of engaging in specified sexual activities," including condoms, bondage devices, and a chair outfitted with "attachments" not typi...

A new lawsuit filed Monday aims to stop sex at The Office in Centennial.

The City of Centennial has filed the suit against the owner of The Office in Centennial, located in the Southgate shopping center west of I-25 and south of Arapahoe Road. The suit claims the property is used as a sexually-oriented business, and that rooms are "equipped with items generally used only for the purposes of engaging in specified sexual activities," including condoms, bondage devices, and a chair outfitted with "attachments" not typically found in a traditional office setting.

According to Centennial's Land Development Code, sexually-oriented businesses are only permitted on land east of I-25, south of Arapahoe Road, west of Havana Street, and north of Costilla Avenue.

The Office is located west of I-25, which violates city code.

The city sent The Office a cease and desist letter in August, around the time the lawsuit says the business started operating.

The website for the business lists entry prices - $25 for single females, $50 for single males and couples, or $30 for single females and $60 for couples and single males at the door.

Attorney Jean Gonnell represents the business. When asked by phone Wednesday, she provided this comment on behalf of the business, "We are discussing the issue with the City of Centennial and are working to resolve any misunderstanding."

When asked for comment, the City of Centennial said they do not comment on pending litigation.

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