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  1. Principal says goodbye to Columbine after 35 years

    Frank DeAngelis, who led Colorado's Columbine High School through the deadly school shootings in 1999, is retiring in June.
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  2. What's Next After Denver's 10-Year Push To End Homelessness?

    The city auditor slammed Denver's Road Home recently, but the program's director, Bennie Milliner, says progress on homelessness was made.
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  3. Ten Great Summer Reads From Two Colorado Booksellers

    Cathy Langer of the Tattered Cover and Nicole Magistro of The Bookworm in Edwards share their must-read lists for the summer.
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  4. An Experiment In Discipline At Aurora Public Schools After One Year

    Aurora Public Schools superintendent Rico Munn speaks with Colorado Matters about efforts to lower suspension rates in the school system.
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  5. After A Year Of Freedom, Parolee Kevin Monteiro Still Carries Weight Of His Past

    Monteiro said he left prison with "a hundred dollars in my pocket and a box of books." Now, he has his own apartment, a steady job and he's reconnecting with relatives.
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  6. Staying Vital As Time Marches On: Art Can Hold The Key

    At 82, 92, and 102, you might expect our three guests to be retired. Their love of their art is what keeps them going.
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  7. South Sudanese Activist Builds Schools Amid Civil War

    Daniel Majok Gai, a "Lost Boy" who runs Denver-based Project Education South Sudan, talks about restarting efforts in his native country after fleeing the area.
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  8. Staying Vital As Time Marches On: Keeping History Alive

    Two men in their 90s say their passion for history helps keep them young as they age.
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  9. U.S. Olympic Museum Plans In Colorado Springs Taking Shape

    Leading the effort for the museum is former Ohio governor Richard Celeste, who was also president of Colorado College from 2002 to 2011.
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  10. Stanford Professor Says Uber-Like Jobs A Mixed Bag For Workers

    With the "sharing economy" continuing to grow, one academic says the jobs it creates aren't a replacement for traditional jobs.
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