Where Olympic Dreams Are Born

Where Olympic Dreams Are Born

Competition, Discipline, and The Art Of Swordsmanship On Display At Cheyenne Fencing Academy Story and photos by Cara DeGette Editor, GPHN On East Colfax, between a…

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Left At The Station

Left At The Station

RTD and Advocates For Workers Clash Over Transit Costs By Dave Felice The Regional Transportation District and an organization representing working women differ sharply on…

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Floodplain Homework For Denver City Council

Floodplain Homework For Denver City Council

Take These Six Steps To Help Reduce Flood Risk In Park Hill By Brian Hyde For more than 150 years since the Colorado Gold Rush…

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Community Announcements

Community Announcements

Five Homes, Two Churches The 38th Annual Park Hill Home Tour & Street Fair will take place on Sunday Sept. 11 from 11 a.m. to…

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Do Good, Be Virtuous, Tame Your Mind

Do Good, Be Virtuous, Tame Your Mind

Tibetan Lama Offers Advice For Difficult Times By C.L. Harmer, Special to the GPHN A Tibetan Lama and scores of dedicated volunteers have transformed a crumbling…

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[Commentary] Ideas On How We Bring Gun Violence To A Halt

[Commentary] Ideas On How We Bring Gun Violence To A Halt

Constituents Offer Fresh Ways To Tackle Serious Problem By Rep. Diana DeGette, Special to the GPHN Recently I set up an email account – SensibleGunSafety@mail.house.gov –…

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Firsthand Witness To Brexit

Firsthand Witness To Brexit

Reactions Ranged From Shock To Baffled Ciamar a tha sibh, an-diugh? How are you today?  In Gaelic or English, when asked how they are, many…

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Park Hill Primer

Park Hill Primer

Names, Contacts And Other Basic Information On Area Schools By Lynn Kalinauskas Living in Park Hill, your children have access to a large number of…

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Letters to the Editor - Historic Landmark

Letters to the Editor – Historic Landmark

Editor’s Note: Last month’s update on Park Hill’s proposed Historic Landmark Designation efforts drew several responses, both in favor and against. The original story –…

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About That Zucchini Problem…

About That Zucchini Problem…

Greater Park Hill Community, Inc. Free Farm Stand Needs Supplies By Rebecca Born Executive Director, GPHC, Inc. Summer is in full swing! Hopefully everyone’s gardens…

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Thank You, Generous Donors & Volunteers

Thank You, Generous Donors & Volunteers

By Rebecca Born, GPHC Executive Director Thanks to the generous donors and volunteers, who give time, effort, and donations to the Greater park Hill Community, Inc….

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What Happens In Vegas

What Happens In Vegas

Sin City Not Just About The Slots Anymore By Kevin Streufert If you’ve made a habit of visiting Las Vegas on a regular basis –…

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Take Care of Yourself To Reduce Secondary Trauma

Take Care of Yourself To Reduce Secondary Trauma

Avoid Burnout: Walk, Meditate, Breathe By Becky Corning, Librarian, Pauline Robinson Branch When someone undergoes a traumatic experience, that person is not the only person who…

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Does Your Dog Speak Dog?

Does Your Dog Speak Dog?

Training Fido And Felix Can Be Tricky By Margot K. Vahrenwald, DVM, ASVJ Does your dog know how to speak dog? Just like there are…

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Expanding The Palate

Expanding The Palate

Chef Jorge de la Torre Dishes On Food Trends, Peaches & Corn, and Park Hill’s Culinary Delights  By Cara DeGette, Editor, GPHN July is National Culinary…

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