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Honor Society Students Help Prepare Thanksgiving Dinners For Homeless

DENVER (CBS4) – National Honor Society students from Ponderosa High School spent their Saturday morning packing Thanksgiving care packages for low-income families.

“We always just make sure that we are serving people,” said student Morgan Dunham. 169 more words

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Animal Control Officers Save Injured Dog Found In Bitter Cold

DENVER (CBS4) – A lucky dog is recovering at Denver’s animal shelter. The dog was saved from the brutally cold weather over the weekend by determined Animal Control officers. 316 more words

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Interview with Author Mark Taylor

Bec: Welcome to my blog! Please start by telling everyone all about you –

Mark: Thanks for having me! I’m an author from England, I’m crashing my way towards forty, and I like fried chicken. 695 more words

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Family Dog Dies As Firefighters Face Challenges In Elbert County

ELIZABETH, Colo. (CBS4) – A two-alarm house fire in Elbert County caused some big challenges for firefighters Sunday morning. First the crews had problems with the water supply, and then they tried desperately and unsuccessfully to save a family dog. 168 more words

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NGA Chair Hickenlooper Welcomes New Governors At Seminar

WESTMINSTER, Colo. (CBS4) – Newly-elected governors from across the country were in Colorado this weekend learning the ropes.

The National Governors Association seminar for new governors wraps up Sunday, but Saturday’s meeting was all about compromise. 269 more words

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Monimul Haque (Bangladesh) equals the most 50+ scores after 12 Tests...

Only 23 years old, Monimul Haque has scored 4 hundreds and 6 fifties in just 12 Test matches. Not bad for a batsman that’s only tasted Test match victory three times. 61 more words

Animal Control Officers Visit Pets In Danger During Bitter Cold

DENVER (CBS4) - Animal control officers in Denver checked on the welfare of animals left outside during frigid temperatures on Wednesday.

As the temperature continues to drop, officers anticipated more calls from concerned neighbors. 417 more words

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