The oral health provider is expanding its footprint in Colorado with the new office at 11479 E. Colfax Ave. in north Aurora
AURORA | The National League of Cities last month recognized Aurora’s Mayor Steve Hogan for the city’s recent completion of key health and wellness goals for Let’s Move! Cities, Towns and Counties. Let’s Move! is a major component of former First Lady Michelle Obama’s comprehensive initiative to ensure kids grow up healthy. The group works closely with local […]
3 to 5 nominees from each Aurora department will be recognized for bravery, dedication to public service and professional performance
Best is part of the boat’s gold crew, one of the two rotating crews, which allow the ship to be deployed on missions more often without taxing one crew too much. A typical crew on this submarine is approximately 150 officers and enlisted Sailors.
Doing service projects together is one way that Cub Scouts keep their promise “to help other people.” Community service is very important in the character-building process. While a Scout should do his best to help other people every day, as a Pack we have a monthly community outreach.
YOUR NEWS | Miss Breanna Wheeler, is a junior at Cherokee Trail High School in Aurora. She was named National American Miss Teen Colorado in July 2013. She will compete in the national competition over Thanksgiving weekend. This pageant promotes girls being leaders and involved community members. Her community service involvement included delivering gently used […]
YOURNEWS | AURORA | Willard Kirk turns 100 on Sept. 26. He has been a resident of Aurora since 1953. He was born September 26th 1913 in Longmont. His mother, Otia, father, George, sister Elsie, brother Robert and Willard the youngest. Not long after Willard was born the family moved to Lyons, where they had lots […]
“Grandmaster Bobby Kim served as a role model and a community leader throughout his life. His unique service to our country is a testament to the American dream and we should all be proud to call him our countryman,” Coffman said.
“I was surprised. There were a lot of people there that I didn’t know were coming,” Padden said, seated in an easy chair in her room at the MorningStar building, just west of Aurora. “There were relatives, and a few stragglers,” she added with a quick laugh and a wide smile.