Thank You 2014 Advertisers

Thank You 2014 Advertisers

Through the support of our wonderful advertisers, we are able to bring you all the news of the Greater Park Hill Community free of charge….

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MLK Marade Draws Record Crowd, Inspires Calls For Action

MLK Marade Draws Record Crowd, Inspires Calls For Action

By Cara DeGette, GPHN Editor More than 30,000 people came out to celebrate the 86th birthday of civil rights leader Martin Luther King, Jr. Gathering in…

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Angling For A Place to Park

Angling For A Place to Park

While parking in Denver can seem confusing and frustrating, a Department of Public Works planner says the city’s Strategic Parking Plan is intended to help…

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News Briefs

News Briefs

Dick Young Honored For Lifetime of Excellence Longtime Park Hill resident and activist Dick Young has received the Standard Bearer Lincoln Award for “outstanding lifetime…

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letters to the editor

letters to the editor

It’s Not Too Late To Reroute I-70 Dear Editor: In the January 2015 edition of the Greater Park Hill News (page 6), Amy Ford, Director…

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Birdland

Birdland

Tyrannosaurus Rex of the Flats The Reddish Egret is a long-legged, long-necked wader of coastal regions. Audubon notes that this bird, which is classified as…

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City Park Waste to Energy System Approved

City Park Waste to Energy System Approved

By Greg Davis City Park Alliance Denver City Council unanimously approved Council Bill 0941 on Monday, Dec. 15, granting a certificate of designation to operate…

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Pinewood Derby Days

Pinewood Derby Days

Cub Scouts from Pack 286 celebrate the successful conclusion of this year’s pinewood derby race. Nearly 70 Cub Scouts constructed their cars from a block…

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From Dead Serious to Great Fun

From Dead Serious to Great Fun

Denver’s Month of Photography, a biennial celebration of fine art photography, features a special exhibition From Dead Serious to Great Fun at the McNichols Building…

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Ideas For the Industrious

Ideas For the Industrious

By Rebecca R. Born Executive Director, GPHC, Inc. You can help us serve the neighborhood! Whether donations are gifts of time, money, or necessary items,…

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Community Announcements

Community Announcements

The Bid Easy, N’awlins Style The Bid Easy, Park Hill Elementary’s silent auction and annual party, is set for Saturday, Feb. 7. This is the…

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Where the Water Is Likely To Flow

Where the Water Is Likely To Flow

Last month, I asked you to take a trip with me to an imaginary new “Montclair Creek Town Centre” just southwest of Monaco and Colfax….

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MLK Marade 2015: Black Lives Matter, All Lives Matter

MLK Marade 2015: Black Lives Matter, All Lives Matter

‘We Ride For Freedom’ “We believe in the inherent dignity of human life. We believe no one is more aware of that inherent worth than…

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Body Cameras Aren’t the Only Solution

Body Cameras Aren’t the Only Solution

We Need a Holistic Police Reform Strategy By Angela Williams Colorado State Representative As the nation is gripped in the passion of a fresh new…

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Seeking Solutions In a World Of CouchSurfing

Seeking Solutions In a World Of CouchSurfing

By Mary Beth Susman Denver City Councilwoman Why on earth would anyone rent out bedrooms in their homes to strangers? It feels new, but it…

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