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November 2014 • Online Edition
 

PROFILE ONLINE: Check out our flipbook

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PUBLISHER:
To give thanks requires action, more than words

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BUSINESS: Denver’s oldest boulevard continues to evolve

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PEOPLE:
Pat Lovett helps neighbors help themselves

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THE HOLIDAYS: Let the fun begin, from Chatfield to Lowry

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MUSIC SCENE: Denver is among the go-to towns for live music

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Front Page News



ONCE A POLLUTED WATERWAY NOT welcoming TO AQUATIC life OR HUMAN recreation, THE SOUTH PLATTE RIVER
now yields impressive hauls for local fishermen, and welcomes kayakers and other water sport fans to ever increasing stretches, due to a four-decade effort spearheaded by The Greenway Foundation and numerous government agencies. Presently, $24.5 million of projects are under way to further enhance an 11-mile portion of the Platte within Denver borders, that will return the river channel and banks to improved ecological function, upgrade the river trail system and create additional parkland for educational and sporting endeavors. Photo: KC Saling

 
Colorado Gives Day, Dec. 9, Makes It Easier Than Ever To Give Where You Live
by Ed Schott

For the fifth consecutive year, open-hearted Coloradans will open their wallets in support of more than 1,500 non-profit organizations throughout the state that provide services for men, women, children, and animals – all across Colorado.

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Chopp Stimulates Dynamic Dialogue On DU Campus

by Paul Kashmann

It’s a long way from topping off sundaes at the Peter Pan Ice Cream shop in Salina, Kansas to directing educational outcomes from the chancellor’s office at the University of Denver, but for Dr. Rebecca Chopp it’s just the next stop on a journey that has unfolded before her eyes one surprising step at a time.

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