CENTENNIAL, Colo. – A 7th annual charity airlift provided hundreds of veterans and their families with some much-needed holiday help on Sunday.Ten-thousand pounds of donated food and toys were flown from Centennial Airport to some of the more rural communities throughout the state. The nine cities included Montrose/Delta on the Western Slope; Durango and Cortez in the southwest; Alamosa, Pueblo, and Las Animas in southern Colorado; and Burlington, Fort Morgan, and Greeley on the Eastern Plains.
DENVER – Fifty-two-eighty is a significant number for us in the Mile High City. On Saturday morning, nearly 2,000 volunteers packed and delivered just as many “Baskets of Joy” to seniors in need.“In the baskets are 17 pieces of fruit, five pieces of candy, and a Christmas card that is a Holiday card,” said Denny Gray.He’s one of several people who started the Basket of Joy project back in 1988.
CASTLE ROCK, Colo. – The controversial school voucher program in the Douglas County School District is on the chopping block.Newly-elected school board members – all of whom are opposed to the voucher program – are expected to discuss the future of the program at a meeting Monday night.The controversy over the voucher program started in 2011 at the program’s inception and heated up with the group Taxpayers for Education sued.The Colorado Supreme Court ruled the program unconstitutional...
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Selecting a term
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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