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 An F-16 takes off from Buckley Air Force to take place in flight exercises, Aug. 15. US Rep. Mike Coffman is asking for $15.8 million to extend the buffer zone at Buckley, in order keep development a good distance away from the base. Philip B. Poston/Aurora Sentinel

An F-16 takes off from Buckley Air Force to take place in flight exercises, Aug. 15. US Rep. Mike Coffman is asking for $15.8 million to extend the buffer zone at Buckley, in order keep development a good distance away from the base. Philip B. Poston/Aurora Sentinel

 Lt. Col. Kurt "Tug" Tongren gets situated in the cockpit of an F-16 as he prepares for a flight training exercise, Aug. 15 at Buckley Air Force Base. US Rep. Mike Coffman is asking for $15.8 million to extend the buffer zone at Buckley, in order keep development a good distance away from the base. Philip B. Poston/Aurora Sentinel

Lt. Col. Kurt "Tug" Tongren gets situated in the cockpit of an F-16 as he prepares for a flight training exercise, Aug. 15 at Buckley Air Force Base. US Rep. Mike Coffman is asking for $15.8 million to extend the buffer zone at Buckley, in order keep development a good distance away from the base. Philip B. Poston/Aurora Sentinel

 Tim Robles shows off a shadow box that friends and fellow co-workers made in remembrance of Kelly Acosta, which features some of his personal belongings and favorite things, Aug. 14 at the Emerald Isle. Kelly, who was an employee at Emerald Isle, was gunned down in February, while helping his neighbor, who was being assaulted in front of her home. Philip B. Poston/Aurora Sentinel

Tim Robles shows off a shadow box that friends and fellow co-workers made in remembrance of Kelly Acosta, which features some of his personal belongings and favorite things, Aug. 14 at the Emerald Isle. Kelly, who was an employee at Emerald Isle, was gunned down in February, while helping his neighbor, who was being assaulted in front of her home. Philip B. Poston/Aurora Sentinel

 Jack Race gets some help out of the front door of the 17 Mile House, where his family lived from 1936 to 1976. The Race family was the second family to move into the 17 Mile House, which was built in the late-nineteenth century. Philip B. Poston/Aurora Sentinel

Jack Race gets some help out of the front door of the 17 Mile House, where his family lived from 1936 to 1976. The Race family was the second family to move into the 17 Mile House, which was built in the late-nineteenth century. Philip B. Poston/Aurora Sentinel

 Matthew Bruce looks down on one of the kittens while holding a yoga pose, Aug. 12 at the first Kitten Yoga event, which was held at the Aurora Public Library Central Branch. This was the first of many Kitten Yoga events that the APL plans to host. With 20 slots filled and a waitlist for this event, it is already being considered one of the more successful adult themed activities. The kittens were available for adoption, as well, ahead of the Free Pet Adoption Day Saturday, Aug. 19 at the Aurora Animal Shelter. Philip B. Poston/Aurora Sentinel

Matthew Bruce looks down on one of the kittens while holding a yoga pose, Aug. 12 at the first Kitten Yoga event, which was held at the Aurora Public Library Central Branch. This was the first of many Kitten Yoga events that the APL plans to host. With 20 slots filled and a waitlist for this event, it is already being considered one of the more successful adult themed activities. The kittens were available for adoption, as well, ahead of the Free Pet Adoption Day Saturday, Aug. 19 at the Aurora Animal Shelter. Philip B. Poston/Aurora Sentinel

 Marcus Bryant, a volunteer at Second Chance bicycle shop, works on a miniature tricycle, Sept. 8 in the shop's storefront. Bryant has been volunteering at Second Chance for three years. Philip B. Poston/Aurora Sentinel

Marcus Bryant, a volunteer at Second Chance bicycle shop, works on a miniature tricycle, Sept. 8 in the shop's storefront. Bryant has been volunteering at Second Chance for three years. Philip B. Poston/Aurora Sentinel

 Retired US Army Major, Michael Catelli salutes the American flag Friday evening, Sept. 15 at Regis High School before a varsity football game. The colors were presented by the Civil Air Patrol, Mustang Cadet Squadron during the pregame as part of the Armed Forces & First Responders Appreciation night. Philip B. Poston/Aurora Sentinel

Retired US Army Major, Michael Catelli salutes the American flag Friday evening, Sept. 15 at Regis High School before a varsity football game. The colors were presented by the Civil Air Patrol, Mustang Cadet Squadron during the pregame as part of the Armed Forces & First Responders Appreciation night. Philip B. Poston/Aurora Sentinel

 A WWII-Era B-25 Bomber plane and a P-47D Thunderbolt fly in formation, Sept. 13, over East Aurora as part of a demonstration for the upcoming Pikes Peak Regional Air Show which will be Sept. 23-24 at the Pikes Peak Airport.  Philip B. Poston/Aurora Sentinel

A WWII-Era B-25 Bomber plane and a P-47D Thunderbolt fly in formation, Sept. 13, over East Aurora as part of a demonstration for the upcoming Pikes Peak Regional Air Show which will be Sept. 23-24 at the Pikes Peak Airport.  Philip B. Poston/Aurora Sentinel

 Executive Chef, Caroline Glover, poses for a portrait in the entrance of her restaurant, Annette, located at Stanley Marketplace. Philip B. Poston/Aurora Sentinel

Executive Chef, Caroline Glover, poses for a portrait in the entrance of her restaurant, Annette, located at Stanley Marketplace. Philip B. Poston/Aurora Sentinel

 Ndume Olatushani stands for a portrait in front of a few of his pieces of art work, Sept. 12 at Zeel Gallery in Stanley Marketplace. Ndume was wrongly imprisoned for 28 years, 20 of which were spent on death row and the other eight spent in general population. The pieces that are showing at Zeel were created while he was incarcerated. Philip B. Poston/Aurora Sentinel

Ndume Olatushani stands for a portrait in front of a few of his pieces of art work, Sept. 12 at Zeel Gallery in Stanley Marketplace. Ndume was wrongly imprisoned for 28 years, 20 of which were spent on death row and the other eight spent in general population. The pieces that are showing at Zeel were created while he was incarcerated. Philip B. Poston/Aurora Sentinel

 Rangeview defenders David Aggrey (28) and Jayvion Swain can only look as Regis Jesuit wide receiver takes his reception to the house for a touchdown, during their game Sept. 15 at Regis Jesuit High School. Regis defeated Rangeview 35-12. Philip B. Poston/Aurora Sentinel

Rangeview defenders David Aggrey (28) and Jayvion Swain can only look as Regis Jesuit wide receiver takes his reception to the house for a touchdown, during their game Sept. 15 at Regis Jesuit High School. Regis defeated Rangeview 35-12. Philip B. Poston/Aurora Sentinel

 Smoke from the fires along the west coast tint the sky at dusk, as fans watch the Cherokee Trail 2017 football season opener, Sept. 1 at Shea Stadium in Highlands Ranch. Philip B. Poston/Aurora Sentinel

Smoke from the fires along the west coast tint the sky at dusk, as fans watch the Cherokee Trail 2017 football season opener, Sept. 1 at Shea Stadium in Highlands Ranch. Philip B. Poston/Aurora Sentinel

 Pre-game warm-up with Cherokee Trail Sept. 1 at Shea Stadium. Philip B. Poston/Aurora Sentinel

Pre-game warm-up with Cherokee Trail Sept. 1 at Shea Stadium. Philip B. Poston/Aurora Sentinel

An F-16 takes off from Buckley Air Force to take place in flight exercises, Aug. 15. US Rep. Mike Coffman is asking for $15.8 million to extend the buffer zone at Buckley, in order keep development a good distance away from the base. Philip B. Poston/Aurora Sentinel

Lt. Col. Kurt "Tug" Tongren gets situated in the cockpit of an F-16 as he prepares for a flight training exercise, Aug. 15 at Buckley Air Force Base. US Rep. Mike Coffman is asking for $15.8 million to extend the buffer zone at Buckley, in order keep development a good distance away from the base. Philip B. Poston/Aurora Sentinel

Tim Robles shows off a shadow box that friends and fellow co-workers made in remembrance of Kelly Acosta, which features some of his personal belongings and favorite things, Aug. 14 at the Emerald Isle. Kelly, who was an employee at Emerald Isle, was gunned down in February, while helping his neighbor, who was being assaulted in front of her home. Philip B. Poston/Aurora Sentinel

Jack Race gets some help out of the front door of the 17 Mile House, where his family lived from 1936 to 1976. The Race family was the second family to move into the 17 Mile House, which was built in the late-nineteenth century. Philip B. Poston/Aurora Sentinel

Matthew Bruce looks down on one of the kittens while holding a yoga pose, Aug. 12 at the first Kitten Yoga event, which was held at the Aurora Public Library Central Branch. This was the first of many Kitten Yoga events that the APL plans to host. With 20 slots filled and a waitlist for this event, it is already being considered one of the more successful adult themed activities. The kittens were available for adoption, as well, ahead of the Free Pet Adoption Day Saturday, Aug. 19 at the Aurora Animal Shelter. Philip B. Poston/Aurora Sentinel

Marcus Bryant, a volunteer at Second Chance bicycle shop, works on a miniature tricycle, Sept. 8 in the shop's storefront. Bryant has been volunteering at Second Chance for three years. Philip B. Poston/Aurora Sentinel

Retired US Army Major, Michael Catelli salutes the American flag Friday evening, Sept. 15 at Regis High School before a varsity football game. The colors were presented by the Civil Air Patrol, Mustang Cadet Squadron during the pregame as part of the Armed Forces & First Responders Appreciation night. Philip B. Poston/Aurora Sentinel

A WWII-Era B-25 Bomber plane and a P-47D Thunderbolt fly in formation, Sept. 13, over East Aurora as part of a demonstration for the upcoming Pikes Peak Regional Air Show which will be Sept. 23-24 at the Pikes Peak Airport.  Philip B. Poston/Aurora Sentinel

Executive Chef, Caroline Glover, poses for a portrait in the entrance of her restaurant, Annette, located at Stanley Marketplace. Philip B. Poston/Aurora Sentinel

Ndume Olatushani stands for a portrait in front of a few of his pieces of art work, Sept. 12 at Zeel Gallery in Stanley Marketplace. Ndume was wrongly imprisoned for 28 years, 20 of which were spent on death row and the other eight spent in general population. The pieces that are showing at Zeel were created while he was incarcerated. Philip B. Poston/Aurora Sentinel

Rangeview defenders David Aggrey (28) and Jayvion Swain can only look as Regis Jesuit wide receiver takes his reception to the house for a touchdown, during their game Sept. 15 at Regis Jesuit High School. Regis defeated Rangeview 35-12. Philip B. Poston/Aurora Sentinel

Smoke from the fires along the west coast tint the sky at dusk, as fans watch the Cherokee Trail 2017 football season opener, Sept. 1 at Shea Stadium in Highlands Ranch. Philip B. Poston/Aurora Sentinel

Pre-game warm-up with Cherokee Trail Sept. 1 at Shea Stadium. Philip B. Poston/Aurora Sentinel

 An F-16 takes off from Buckley Air Force to take place in flight exercises, Aug. 15. US Rep. Mike Coffman is asking for $15.8 million to extend the buffer zone at Buckley, in order keep development a good distance away from the base. Philip B. Poston/Aurora Sentinel
 Lt. Col. Kurt "Tug" Tongren gets situated in the cockpit of an F-16 as he prepares for a flight training exercise, Aug. 15 at Buckley Air Force Base. US Rep. Mike Coffman is asking for $15.8 million to extend the buffer zone at Buckley, in order keep development a good distance away from the base. Philip B. Poston/Aurora Sentinel
 Tim Robles shows off a shadow box that friends and fellow co-workers made in remembrance of Kelly Acosta, which features some of his personal belongings and favorite things, Aug. 14 at the Emerald Isle. Kelly, who was an employee at Emerald Isle, was gunned down in February, while helping his neighbor, who was being assaulted in front of her home. Philip B. Poston/Aurora Sentinel
 Jack Race gets some help out of the front door of the 17 Mile House, where his family lived from 1936 to 1976. The Race family was the second family to move into the 17 Mile House, which was built in the late-nineteenth century. Philip B. Poston/Aurora Sentinel
 Matthew Bruce looks down on one of the kittens while holding a yoga pose, Aug. 12 at the first Kitten Yoga event, which was held at the Aurora Public Library Central Branch. This was the first of many Kitten Yoga events that the APL plans to host. With 20 slots filled and a waitlist for this event, it is already being considered one of the more successful adult themed activities. The kittens were available for adoption, as well, ahead of the Free Pet Adoption Day Saturday, Aug. 19 at the Aurora Animal Shelter. Philip B. Poston/Aurora Sentinel
 Marcus Bryant, a volunteer at Second Chance bicycle shop, works on a miniature tricycle, Sept. 8 in the shop's storefront. Bryant has been volunteering at Second Chance for three years. Philip B. Poston/Aurora Sentinel
 Retired US Army Major, Michael Catelli salutes the American flag Friday evening, Sept. 15 at Regis High School before a varsity football game. The colors were presented by the Civil Air Patrol, Mustang Cadet Squadron during the pregame as part of the Armed Forces & First Responders Appreciation night. Philip B. Poston/Aurora Sentinel
 A WWII-Era B-25 Bomber plane and a P-47D Thunderbolt fly in formation, Sept. 13, over East Aurora as part of a demonstration for the upcoming Pikes Peak Regional Air Show which will be Sept. 23-24 at the Pikes Peak Airport.  Philip B. Poston/Aurora Sentinel
 Executive Chef, Caroline Glover, poses for a portrait in the entrance of her restaurant, Annette, located at Stanley Marketplace. Philip B. Poston/Aurora Sentinel
 Ndume Olatushani stands for a portrait in front of a few of his pieces of art work, Sept. 12 at Zeel Gallery in Stanley Marketplace. Ndume was wrongly imprisoned for 28 years, 20 of which were spent on death row and the other eight spent in general population. The pieces that are showing at Zeel were created while he was incarcerated. Philip B. Poston/Aurora Sentinel
 Rangeview defenders David Aggrey (28) and Jayvion Swain can only look as Regis Jesuit wide receiver takes his reception to the house for a touchdown, during their game Sept. 15 at Regis Jesuit High School. Regis defeated Rangeview 35-12. Philip B. Poston/Aurora Sentinel
 Smoke from the fires along the west coast tint the sky at dusk, as fans watch the Cherokee Trail 2017 football season opener, Sept. 1 at Shea Stadium in Highlands Ranch. Philip B. Poston/Aurora Sentinel
 Pre-game warm-up with Cherokee Trail Sept. 1 at Shea Stadium. Philip B. Poston/Aurora Sentinel