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February 2015 • Online Edition
 

PROFILE ONLINE: Check out our flipbook

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PUBLISHER:
"Thanks" just barely covers the years

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BUSINESS: CC Sears / Red Coral shut their doors

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PEOPLE:
Lewark finds life energy between the bones

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READER'S PEN: Factory farming's first deception

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REP VIEW: Reality check: Colorado's draft water plan

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Front Page News


AS THIS LATEST EDITION OF WASHINGTON PARK PROFILE HITS YOUR NEWSSTAND, PAUL KASHMANN HANDS OVER THE REINS
as publisher after more than 30 years. Kashmann began his career with The Profile as an advertising sales rep in November 1978, quickly assuming a variety of roles for the then-fledgling publication before taking on the mantel as publisher in 1983. He leaves The Profile to run as a candidate to represent District 6 on Denver City Council. Check out the Publisher’s View on page 2 for Kashmann’s thoughts on the past, present and future, and meet new publisher Jill Farschman in the article below. Happy Trails to us all.

 
The Profile Welcomes Jill Farschman As New Publisher

by Jill Farschman

There are jobs and then there are callings. For me, being the publisher of The Profile is a calling. I’ve been a dedicated reader of the paper since my husband Jay and I moved to Platt Park in 1996. The high quality editorial content keeps me well informed about what’s happening at a neighborhood level and advertisements encourage me to patronize local businesses.

incoming publisher jill farschmAn has been a resident of the Platt Park neighborhood along with her husband, Jay, since 1996. Farschman brings considerable experience in newspaper publishing and digital media to her new role, and hopes to build on the foundation laid by decades of Profile staffers as she shepherds the paper into the brave new world of print/on-line journalism.

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Districts 4 And 10 Council Contenders Make Their Case

by Arthur Guerin

Though the political firestorm of the fall just past is blessedly fading from memory, there is no rest for the committed. Election Day approaches once again. On May 5, Denver voters will state their preference for Mayor, City Auditor, Clerk & Recorder, 13 members of Denver City Council and any issues that find their way to the ballot by filing deadline.

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