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Although the nine-phase project to revamp the public housing in the Mariposa District -- while also adding middle-income and market-rate units to the neighborhood -- is only a third of the way finished, the positive effects are already being felt.

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Lakewood residents may again be voting on marijuana-related ballot issues. DETAILS: http://dpo.st/1nI9Jtk

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The Brighton School District is bursting at the seams, and officials are looking at various ways to address this capacity crisis. So, how would a year-round calendar help? We have details on the proposed plan: http://dpo.st/1nIiaVF 

YOURHUB WEEKLY: New condos in Cole, Tai Chi for Columbine healing, the Rocky Mountain Quilt Museum goes Hollywood and more of your top YourHub headlines in this week's newsletter.

READ: http://dpo.st/QiDjG0

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Learn how How an Aurora man turned an unpaid internship at a brewpub -- and a love of craft beer -- into a cozy brewery of his own. 

Business Q&A with Comrade Brewing Company: http://dpo.st/QiJQk7

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Two years ago, 96-year-old Jean Barron decided to take an art appreciation class at her Highlands Ranch retirement community because that's something she hadn't done. 

She discovered that not only could she paint, but she was pretty good at it.

Full story: http://bit.ly/LBFx15

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Jefferson County has changed a lot since 1950 — just ask Laura Miller. She's been right in the middle of it all.

Miller, 94, served in the Colorado House of Representatives in District 28 from 1971-76, the Jefferson County Library Board and the school names advisory committee. And she's saved almost everything she's gotten her hands on during that time.

After organizing newspaper clippings, campaign ads, ballot initiatives and more from 1950 until around 2008, she donated it all to the Jefferson County Archives.

Full story: http://bit.ly/1huPoRQ

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Some cases leave a bigger mark on a law enforcement officer than others.

That was certainly true about the December shooting at Arapahoe High School for Arapahoe County Sheriff Grayson Robinson who is set to retire Jan. 31.

Full story: http://bit.ly/1eE7eBh

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Owner of Sweet Bloom Coffee Roasters in Lakewood begins his day smelling the aroma of coffee beans as they heat up. 

He watches for their color to change. He listens for the first crack of the beans — he even chews a few to sample the taste.

Andy Sprenger opened Sweet Bloom in December at 1619 Reed St. The business is one part wholesale roastery, one part cafe: http://bit.ly/1cFyH3T

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When Willie B, a local radio host on 106.7 KBPI, asked listeners what the one present was they would do anything for this year, Stacy Salazar said she would just like to replace the carpet in her 89-year-old "Grammy's" Aurora home to thank her for adopting her and her two siblings.

Well, Grammy got a lot more than carpet: http://bit.ly/1ar4Bhf
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