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Dec. 12, 2022: Indigenous cold cases; Teacher of the Year hits a high note

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Matt Bloom/CPR News
Arron Julian is Colorado’s first-ever Liaison for Missing or Murdered Indigenous Relatives. “We have cases reported to our office right now dating back to 2002,” he tells Colorado Matters.

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