School Culture Under Fire At Stedman Elementary

School Culture Under Fire At Stedman Elementary

Many Teachers Vote No-Confidence; Others Hopeful For the past two months, Stedman parents, teachers and staff members have contacted me to express their concerns for…

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It’s Parade Time In Park Hill

It’s Parade Time In Park Hill

Get Ready To Celebrate Independence Day With Pomp and Flair By Justin Bresler 4th of July Parade Organizer Come one, come all to the 6th…

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Show Your Park Hill Pride

Show Your Park Hill Pride

GPHC Kicks Off Membership Drive By Larry Ricketts Membership Chair, GPHC, Inc. If you are reading this paper you are likely one of 14,000 residents…

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‘Just One Little Chomp’

‘Just One Little Chomp’

Meet Ann Long, Blockworker of the Month By Cara DeGette Ann Long took over as Blockworker Coordinator in 1994. It started – as is the…

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Birdland

Birdland

Wise Young Owl The Great Horned Owl is also known as a hoot owl, and is the most widely distributed true owl in the Americas….

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Ice Cream and Magic at City Park

Ice Cream and Magic at City Park

By Siobhan Lloyd Dozens of Denverites descended on City Park Pavilion to enjoy the annual Ice Cream Social on May 29 that was co-hosted by…

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All Art, Under the Sun

All Art, Under the Sun

By Janis Carrasquel Hernández The sweet and crisp sound of a couple of Spanish guitars, mixed with the noise of people talking while they walk…

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Behind the Scenes at the Home Tour

Behind the Scenes at the Home Tour

Emily Boyle Dishes On Bungalows, Pop-Tops And Architectural Artistry By Cara DeGette GPHN Editor Park Hill resident Emily Boyle has been at it for three…

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One Neighbor’s Excess Is Another Neighbor’s Treasure

One Neighbor’s Excess Is Another Neighbor’s Treasure

More than 150 people signed up to participate in the 3rd annual Park Hill Yard Sale on May 30 – up from approximately 110 homes…

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Talk of the Neighborhood

Talk of the Neighborhood

Editor’s Note: The following is a synopsis of items that were discussed during the June 4 Greater Park Hill Community monthly meeting. There is no…

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The Story Behind the Signs of Park Hill

The Story Behind the Signs of Park Hill

Badges of the Area Are Brick and Etched In Stone By Phil Goodstein In the 1960s, Park Hill was seeking direction and a new identity….

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Needed: Canned Fruit, Spinach and More

Needed: Canned Fruit, Spinach and More

Thanks everyone for your awesome donations! We are still stocking up for up to 300 backpacks for Park Hill children every week. We still need…

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The Effectiveness of Venture Prep

The Effectiveness of Venture Prep

As Denver Public Schools continues to address the shortage of seats for the growing middle school population in Park Hill, it’s important not to forget…

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Community Announcements

Community Announcements

Photo by Mark Silverstein Independence Eve Fireworks At Civic Center Park The annual Independence Eve Celebration in Civic Center Park is Friday, July 3 and…

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8th Graders Raise More Than $1,200 For Local Food Banks

8th Graders Raise More Than $1,200 For Local Food Banks

Students Make 100 Clay Soup Bowls For Fundraising Dinner By Beth Bonczek Blessed Sacrament Catholic School Eighth graders at Blessed Sacrament Catholic School in Park…

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