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Brighton to Host Inaugural Film Festival

The City of Brighton and the Armory Performing Arts Center are pleased to announce the inaugural Brighton Film Festival to be held at the Armory Oct. 4 and 5, 2013. The theme of this year’s festival is “Your Ten Minutes.”
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Landing Place Church "Micah Project" Helps Denver Rescue Mission Children

May 11, 2013, Denver. Reunion's "Landing Place Church" offered help and hope to Denver Rescue Mission children this Mothers Day. One of the churches' small groups designated its "Micah Project" toward helping the Denver Rescue Mission children celebrate their mothers. With a full sheet cake, party favors, and arts and crafts supplies, about a dozen Landing Place Church members helped children create and decorate crosses, design Mothers Day cards, and craft tissue paper 'flowers'. The group is looking for donations and more involvement in what is a 'very rewarding experience'.

Brighton's 'Agfinity' Takes a Stand to End World Hunger through Sponsorship of "Drive to Feed"

May 10, 2013, Brighton Agfinity. Mark Reinert, Marketing Director for Agfinity, helped welcome a "Drive to Feed the World" Event (DrivetoFeed.com) to support curing world hunger, the #1 killer worldwide. Through a video presentation (within a mobile semi-truck amphitheater), it was demonstrated that by the year 2050, the world's food needs will rise by 70%. ...
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Adams County Agencies Unite for Special Olympics

April, 2013, Brighton Applebees. Multiple Adams County law enforcement agencies united to raise funds for Colorado Special Olympics through their unified "Tip-A-Cop" program. At Brighton's Applebees, police officers from Brighton PD, Colorado State Troopers, and the Greater Brighton Fire Department served tables, bussed dishes, and greeted guests at Appblebees for donations for Colorado Special Olympics (SEE PHOTO GALLERY LINK BELOW)...
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Thornton Burger King Robbery and Vehicle Pursuit

Thornton Police Officers were dispatched to a report of an armed robbery at the Burger King in the 300 block of W. 84th Avenue. Officers were in the vicinity of the call when it was received and observed a red two door vehicle matching the suspect description leaving that location....
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Home and Hail Guide II

Gateway News' Home & Hail Guide #2. Gateway News' Home & Hail Guides offer the most insight into regional roofing and exteriors companies. (Click below for link!)...
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"Energy Saving U." Home / Energy Series 1

"Energy Saving U." is the Gateway News' exclusive United Power Energy Series Issue celebrating Metro Denver's solar, geothermal, and hvac efficiency markets. (CLICK LINK BELOW!)...
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27J third-grade reading TCAP results remain above state average

BRIGHTON – The number of School District 27J third-graders reading at a proficient or advanced level remained above the state average and tops among metro-area Adams County school districts, according to unofficial data released by the Colorado Department of Education this week....
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NFIB IRATE OVER HICKENLOOPER'S APPROVAL OF 'SUE YOUR BOSS BILL'

DENVER, Colo., May 6, 2013—In response to Gov. John Hickenlooper’s signing into law today House Bill 1136, the Sue-Your-Boss bill, the following statement was issued by Tony Gagliardi, Colorado state director for the National Federation of Independent Business, America’s Voice of Small Business. NFIB has 7,000 members in Colorado....
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Major Colorado education organizations unify in support of Colorado School Finance Act for the future

DENVER – The Colorado Education Association, Colorado Association of School Executives, and Colorado Association of School Boards are each taking a support position on Senate Bill 213, this year's extensive re-write of Colorado’s Public School Finance Act of 1994. ...
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Family Safety & Preparedness Workshops Offered in Brighton

Is your family prepared for an emergency that can last hours, days or even weeks? The Brighton Office of Emergency Management is partnering with the American Red Cross to bring parents, children & families together to learn emergency planning and disaster preparedness skills through a series of workshops this summer. All workshops are family-friendly and include activities, demonstrations and take home materials and are geared to specific emergencies we can face here in Colorado. ...
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