The Aftermath Of the Devastation of June 24

The Aftermath Of the Devastation of June 24

A Call To Readers: Tell Us What Happens To You When It Rains By Cara DeGette GPHN Editor The deluge of June 24 dropped two…

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Running In Reverse

Running In Reverse

For Heather and Tracey, A Wedding, At Last   By Cara DeGette Editor, GPHN Tracey MacDermott and Heather Shockey have been through sickness and health….

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‘She Picks ‘em and I Plant ‘em’

‘She Picks ‘em and I Plant ‘em’

Story and photo by Cara DeGette Editor Bob Kuykendahl is 79. On Sept. 21, he will turn 80. He’s not yet sure how he’s planning to…

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Birdland

Birdland

The Elaborate Courtship of the Great Blue Heron Great Blue Herons have an amazing wingspan of 77-82 inches and stand up to 52 inches tall….

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Flooding In Park Hill: Then and Now

Flooding In Park Hill: Then and Now

History Should Be A Lesson – But Is It? By Brian Hyde How long have you lived and/or worked in Park Hill? What was your…

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Addicted to Gadgets

Addicted to Gadgets

Rapid Advances Spawn Behavioral Studies The technology of electronic devices and the desire to stay connected can be addictive behavior according to a Denver counseling…

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Community Announcements

Community Announcements

All Welcome At August Fest Holly Renaissance The August Fest Holly Renaissance is an event to celebrate the on-going redevelopment of Holly Square at 33rd…

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Social Studies and Science Scores A Mixed Bag

Social Studies and Science Scores A Mixed Bag

On July 16, results for the Colorado Measure of Academic Success (CMAS), which measures Social Studies (4th and 7th grade) and Science (5th and 8th…

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New Hallett Principal Says Hello

New Hallett Principal Says Hello

Editor’s note: Jason Sanders is the new principal at Hallett Fundamental Academy, at 2950 Jasmine St. He recently sent a letter of introduction to parents…

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A Push To Name It Carla

A Push To Name It Carla

Residents Want Central Rec Center Named For Late Councilwoman Special to the Greater Park Hill News Construction is scheduled to begin this fall on the…

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Footchase Ends In Patio Shooting; Peace Mob Arrives

Footchase Ends In Patio Shooting; Peace Mob Arrives

It Sounds Like A Crazy Story, But It’s True By Bernadette Kelly Some people think it’s the police. Not this time. Some people think it’s…

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Second Term for Herndon

Second Term for Herndon

On July 20, Denver City Councilman Chris Herndon is sworn in for a second term by Denver City Court Presiding Judge John Marcucci. Due to…

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Phil Yarter: A Life Well-Lived

Phil Yarter: A Life Well-Lived

Celebration of Life Planned For Aug. 23 By Jennifer Jones Longtime Park Hill resident Phil Yarter was born in San Francisco on April 26, 1929….

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Further Proof Everyone Loves a Parade

Further Proof Everyone Loves a Parade

In a nutshell, here are the final stats of this year’s Park Hill 4th of July Parade, which just keeps growing every year. – There…

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The Gift From Far Away

The Gift From Far Away

  Denver’s Uke Community Produces Sweet Melody By Dave Felice Denver’s annual “Ukefest” mirrors the traditional Hawai’ian kanakpila, a gathering of ukulele players for music and…

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