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Cole Arts & Science Academy Raising Money For Hungry ChildrenBefore COVID-19, students could get three meals a day while learning in-person. Now, remote learning has made access to free and reduced meals a challenge.
Child Caregivers Eager For Bill Moving Through Special SessionAs Colorado lawmakers look at a bill to support child care and early childhood education centers in the state, the pain is spreading in the pandemic’s third wave. 
Restaurant Owner Pushes Campaign For More Relief For ColoradansA Denver restaurant owner hasn’t given up hope on her eight month-long mission to get economic relief to Americans.
Small Shops In Colorado Depending On Customers Now More Than EverThe Savory Spice shop at Southlands in Aurora took on a new owner in January.
New Central Online Marketplace Gives Fort Collins Small Businesses Greater SalesDozens of northern Colorado small businesses will see a steady flow of sales through the holiday season, even with COVID-19 looming, thanks to a new online marketplace.
More Priests Named, Including Father Woody, In New Colorado Child Sex Abuse ReportAn updated report through the Colorado Attorney General's Office names nine more priests accused of sexual allegations from many years ago.
COVID In Summit County: Officials Say Capacity Restrictions Are Keeping Transmission Rates LowDining and ski restrictions in Summit County are an added strain on local businesses, but officials say the rules on the mountain are keeping COVID-19 transmission rates low.
Coloradans Warned Of Increase In COVID Cases After Holiday EventsEvents like Halloween, Thanksgiving, and holiday travel will continue to push the numbers up over the coming weeks.