Lieutenant Governor On Adoption: 'Having Loving Family Is So Important'
Lt. Gov. Donna Lynne talked with CBS4 about why the work of the Adoption Exchange helps the State of Colorado.

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Cherry Creek High School Coach Marc Johnson Reaches 800 WinsA lot has changed at Cherry Creek High School in close to half a century, but Marc Johnson’s success, his remarkable legacy and his whistle have always been a constant.
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Denver Weather: Red Rocks Graduations Set To Take Place In Chilly TempsThree graduations will happen on Wednesday.
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Mother Elated With Full-Day Kindergarten LawA young mother in Fort Collins is praising Gov. Jared Polis for making free, full-day kindergarten the law of Colorado.
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Tom's Diner Could Be Saved From The Wrecking BallA Denver diner could be spared the wrecking ball.

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