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June 8, 2021: Coroner Sees ‘Vital Signs’ In His Community; Kids Put Emotions Into Words

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CPR News/Andrea Dukakis
Dominic Muhle is a fifth-grader at Bellvue Elementary in Greenwood Village. He wrote about COVID-19 as part of “The Imagine Project” curriculum.

At the state’s busiest coroner’s office, Dr Leon Kelly identifies stressors that are killing people in his community. Then, prompted by the simple word “imagine,” students write about their feelings. And, memories of WWII internment camp Amache as it’s considered for designation as a national historic site. Plus, the founder of the Colorado National Monument.