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October 2014 • Online Edition
 

PROFILE ONLINE: Check out our flipbook

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PUBLISHER:
Have "happy days" returned to your home?

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BUSINESS: New owners at Gates Rubber. No developer yet.

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PEOPLE: Platt Park pair advocate for local schools

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ELECTIONS: A full slate of offices and issues, Nov. 4

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ARTS: Swallow Hill's 35th, JAAMM Fest and more

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Front Page News

 

WHILE THE U.S. ECONOMY SLOWLY RETURNS TO A NEW VERSION OF “NORMAL,” HUNGER IS STILL THE NORM FOR TOO MANY. Join a coalition of local congregations and individuals committed to having a positive impact – as Salem Church, 5300 E. Florida Ave. hosts the Southeast Denver CROP Walk, Sun., Oct. 12, 2p.m. Since 1994, CROP Hunger Walks have raised more than $294 million to help people both locally and globally; over 1,400 walks are planned for 2014.

 
The Road Home: A Bumpy Ride For Newly Homeless

Since a law forbidding unauthorized camping in the Mile High City was passed by City Council in 2012, visitors to downtown Denver have seen a sanitized version of the civic streetscape.

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Bewitching Celebrations For Howling Good Halloween Fun

by Tattie Bogal

Crisp mornings, hot cider, scarecrows and pumpkins will have you believing autumn was created just for Four Mile Historic Park’s (715 S. Forest St.) Pumpkin Harvest Festival, Sat.-Sun., Oct. 4-5, 10a.m.-4p.m.

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