The ‘Choice’ Of Being Pushed Out of Park Hill

The ‘Choice’ Of Being Pushed Out of Park Hill

In a recent memo to parents and staff, Denver Public Schools Superintendent Tom Boasberg equated a 10 percent jump in School Choice participation with a…

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Breaking Into ‘The Most Closed Market in the World’

Breaking Into ‘The Most Closed Market in the World’

Rep. DeGette: Japan Recognizes Need To Change Processes As Japan comes under increasing scrutiny of its foreign trade practices, Rep. Diana DeGette says the country’s…

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Our Man On Council

Our Man On Council

Christopher Herndon To Represent All of Park Hill By Cara DeGette, GPHN Editor Across Denver, 50 candidates are vying for seats in the May 5 election,…

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Pat Yourselves On The Back

Pat Yourselves On The Back

By Rebecca R. Born Executive Director, GPHC, Inc. Thank you, seriously, THANK YOU. The response from last month’s article detailing needs for the Food Pantry…

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letter to the editor

letter to the editor

City Park Should Return To Nature I am writing in response to Greg Davis’ opinion piece in the March 2015 issue of GPHN and his…

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Birdland

Birdland

Poetry in Feathers The Northern Harrier is a very distinct hawk, long-winged and long-tailed. At close range the face of the Northern Harrier closely resembles…

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50 Candidates Vie For Denver Mayor, Council, Auditor & Clerk

50 Candidates Vie For Denver Mayor, Council, Auditor & Clerk

Incumbent Mayor Hancock Raises $1.1 Million; Opponents $0 By Cara DeGette GPHN Editor Denver City Councilman Christopher Herndon may not have any opposition in his…

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Park Hill Events Update

Park Hill Events Update

Get Ready For Good Times Editor’s Note: Every year the Greater Park Hill Community sponsors several events in the neighborhood. Planning for the June Garden…

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April Health News

April Health News

Mix Vinegar & Baking Soda, Add Elbow Grease Spring Cleaning Made Easy, and Safe Do you know what ingredients are in the cleaning products you…

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Community Announcements

Community Announcements

Helen Thorpe to Speak at Park Hill Bookstore Event Helen Thorpe, author of “Just Like Us,” and “Soldier Girls,” will speak at a fundraising event…

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Who We Are, What We Do

Who We Are, What We Do

The Mission and The Officers of Greater Park Hill Community, Inc. The Greater Park Hill Community, Inc., is a volunteer-based registered neighborhood organization that promotes…

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New Briefs

New Briefs

Help Make Your Neighborhood Safer Do you want to make you and your neighbors safer? Consider organizing a Neighborhood Watch for your block. This is…

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Connecting Lowry and Stapleton  … Along With A Few Neighbors

Connecting Lowry and Stapleton … Along With A Few Neighbors

Watersheds serve to collect and distribute stormwater, but is it possible that a watershed could connect people and their neighborhoods to one another? Looking at…

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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 March 5 Greater Park Hill Community monthly meeting. The next GPHN…

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Burdette Named Park Hill Principal

Burdette Named Park Hill Principal

By Lynn Kalinauskas Park Hill Elementary will have a new principal when Tonda Potts, who has been the principal for eight years, retires at the…

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