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Holiday Lights Make Early Appearance As People Look For Reason To CelebrateThis year, holiday lights are everywhere as people embrace the joy of the season amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Holiday Traditions Look A Little Different This Year Around The Denver Metro AreaThis year cities in the Denver metro area are evolving to bring joy and cheer amid COVID restrictions.
Black Friday Shoppers Find Coronavirus Protocols In Place Like Social Distancing, MasksSome shoppers didn't let the pandemic impact their Black Friday tradition.
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Breckenridge Dedicates $500,000 To Help Local RestaurantsLocal restaurants are struggling during the coronavirus pandemic and restrictions.

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