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 Representative Mike Coffman stands on a lonely stage in the Cherry Creek High School Fine Arts Auditorium fielding questions from constituents of the 6th Congressional District, Feb. 20 during a town hall. The town hall provided constituents the opportunity to pose questions to Coffman relating to issues such as gun control, dreamers and his support for the GOP tax plan.  

Representative Mike Coffman stands on a lonely stage in the Cherry Creek High School Fine Arts Auditorium fielding questions from constituents of the 6th Congressional District, Feb. 20 during a town hall. The town hall provided constituents the opportunity to pose questions to Coffman relating to issues such as gun control, dreamers and his support for the GOP tax plan.
 

 When he's not performing his duties of being Arapahoe County Clerk and Recorder, Matt Crane likes to cruise on his bike. Averaging 25 miles a day in a couple of hours, three to four times a week, Crane, who has been riding since childhood, likes to unwind with a Diet Coke from McDonald's. Crane lives in Littleton, CO and is running for re-election this later this year.

When he's not performing his duties of being Arapahoe County Clerk and Recorder, Matt Crane likes to cruise on his bike. Averaging 25 miles a day in a couple of hours, three to four times a week, Crane, who has been riding since childhood, likes to unwind with a Diet Coke from McDonald's. Crane lives in Littleton, CO and is running for re-election this later this year.

 H-Mart customers have a large variety of farm-raised and fresh caught fish to choose from. The proposed location for Korea Town would be in the area of South Havana Street and Parker Road.

H-Mart customers have a large variety of farm-raised and fresh caught fish to choose from. The proposed location for Korea Town would be in the area of South Havana Street and Parker Road.

 An H-Mart employee stacks the many varieties of rice offered by the supermarket chain. The proposed location for Korea Town would be in the area of South Havana Street and Parker Road.  

An H-Mart employee stacks the many varieties of rice offered by the supermarket chain. The proposed location for Korea Town would be in the area of South Havana Street and Parker Road.
 

 Aurora Fire Rescue Chief Fernando Gray stands for a portrait Dec. 19 at Fire Station No. 8. Chief Gray came to Aurora from Dallas, TX.

Aurora Fire Rescue Chief Fernando Gray stands for a portrait Dec. 19 at Fire Station No. 8. Chief Gray came to Aurora from Dallas, TX.

 Kael Tapper works on attaching the vertical stabilizer to the fuselage of a Van's RV-12 Aircraft being built by students of the Wings Aerospace Academy, Jan. 17 at Wings Over the Rockies. The students have been building the aircraft since October 2017 and the build is expected to take approximately one and a half years.   

Kael Tapper works on attaching the vertical stabilizer to the fuselage of a Van's RV-12 Aircraft being built by students of the Wings Aerospace Academy, Jan. 17 at Wings Over the Rockies. The students have been building the aircraft since October 2017 and the build is expected to take approximately one and a half years. 
 

 Kael Tepper, back left, Matthew Wenzivsky, front left, and Roen Luke, right, work on attaching the vertical stabilizer to the rudder at the rear of the fuselage of a Van's RV-12 Aircraft being built by students of the Wings Aerospace Academy, Jan. 17 at Wings Over the Rockies. The students have been building the aircraft since October 2017 and the build is expected to take approximately one and a half years.   

Kael Tepper, back left, Matthew Wenzivsky, front left, and Roen Luke, right, work on attaching the vertical stabilizer to the rudder at the rear of the fuselage of a Van's RV-12 Aircraft being built by students of the Wings Aerospace Academy, Jan. 17 at Wings Over the Rockies. The students have been building the aircraft since October 2017 and the build is expected to take approximately one and a half years. 
 

 From left, Allison Pacheco, Monserrat Lopez, Perla Guzman and Leticia Vazquez look on as Lansing Elementary student Kynedi Bell, front, shows Santa what she picked out for herself, during the 4th Annual Shop With an Oly event Dec. 9 at the Target on E. Ellsworth Ave. Four Gateway students, who raised $100 per group, were paired up with an elementary school student from APS and the student was allowed $40 of the $100 to spend on themselves, with the remainder going to getting gifts for their family members. 

From left, Allison Pacheco, Monserrat Lopez, Perla Guzman and Leticia Vazquez look on as Lansing Elementary student Kynedi Bell, front, shows Santa what she picked out for herself, during the 4th Annual Shop With an Oly event Dec. 9 at the Target on E. Ellsworth Ave. Four Gateway students, who raised $100 per group, were paired up with an elementary school student from APS and the student was allowed $40 of the $100 to spend on themselves, with the remainder going to getting gifts for their family members. 

 Alissa Davis enters the atrium of the children's hospital with a giant teddy bear to donate Dec. 3 during the 32nd Annual Children's Hospital Colorado Toy Run. This is Alissa's second year participating in the event, where thousands of motorcyclists meet at Aurora Sports Park and travel in a convoy to the hospital to deliver their toy donations for the patients to receive during the holidays.

Alissa Davis enters the atrium of the children's hospital with a giant teddy bear to donate Dec. 3 during the 32nd Annual Children's Hospital Colorado Toy Run. This is Alissa's second year participating in the event, where thousands of motorcyclists meet at Aurora Sports Park and travel in a convoy to the hospital to deliver their toy donations for the patients to receive during the holidays.

 The new general manager of Gaylord Rockies Resort and Convention Center, Rick Medwedeff, sits for a portrait in a mock hotel room Jan. 31 at the Gaylord Rockies sales office.   

The new general manager of Gaylord Rockies Resort and Convention Center, Rick Medwedeff, sits for a portrait in a mock hotel room Jan. 31 at the Gaylord Rockies sales office. 
 

 A Red Angus beef cow slips her head between the rails of her pen to get a mouthful of hay at the National Western Complex Stock yards, Jan. 9 during the 112th annual National Western Stock Show.  

A Red Angus beef cow slips her head between the rails of her pen to get a mouthful of hay at the National Western Complex Stock yards, Jan. 9 during the 112th annual National Western Stock Show.
 

 A Shetland Pony stands outside of it's pen in the National Western Complex Education building, Jan. 9 during the 112th annual National Western Stock Show. 

A Shetland Pony stands outside of it's pen in the National Western Complex Education building, Jan. 9 during the 112th annual National Western Stock Show. 

 Calvin Copeland shaves away any loose strands on his goat before taking it to auction, Jan. 9 at the 112th annual National Western Stock Show. Calvin has been competing in the stock show, with goats and cattle, for over 40 years.

Calvin Copeland shaves away any loose strands on his goat before taking it to auction, Jan. 9 at the 112th annual National Western Stock Show. Calvin has been competing in the stock show, with goats and cattle, for over 40 years.

 Aurora resident, Luis Quintero, dumps his tree to be recycled Dec. 31 at Del Mar Park. The city of Aurora is offering Christmas tree recycling at three locations, Del Mar Park, Olympic Park and Saddle Rock Golf Course until Jan. 8. 

Aurora resident, Luis Quintero, dumps his tree to be recycled Dec. 31 at Del Mar Park. The city of Aurora is offering Christmas tree recycling at three locations, Del Mar Park, Olympic Park and Saddle Rock Golf Course until Jan. 8. 

Representative Mike Coffman stands on a lonely stage in the Cherry Creek High School Fine Arts Auditorium fielding questions from constituents of the 6th Congressional District, Feb. 20 during a town hall. The town hall provided constituents the opportunity to pose questions to Coffman relating to issues such as gun control, dreamers and his support for the GOP tax plan.
 

When he's not performing his duties of being Arapahoe County Clerk and Recorder, Matt Crane likes to cruise on his bike. Averaging 25 miles a day in a couple of hours, three to four times a week, Crane, who has been riding since childhood, likes to unwind with a Diet Coke from McDonald's. Crane lives in Littleton, CO and is running for re-election this later this year.

H-Mart customers have a large variety of farm-raised and fresh caught fish to choose from. The proposed location for Korea Town would be in the area of South Havana Street and Parker Road.

An H-Mart employee stacks the many varieties of rice offered by the supermarket chain. The proposed location for Korea Town would be in the area of South Havana Street and Parker Road.
 

Aurora Fire Rescue Chief Fernando Gray stands for a portrait Dec. 19 at Fire Station No. 8. Chief Gray came to Aurora from Dallas, TX.

Kael Tapper works on attaching the vertical stabilizer to the fuselage of a Van's RV-12 Aircraft being built by students of the Wings Aerospace Academy, Jan. 17 at Wings Over the Rockies. The students have been building the aircraft since October 2017 and the build is expected to take approximately one and a half years. 
 

Kael Tepper, back left, Matthew Wenzivsky, front left, and Roen Luke, right, work on attaching the vertical stabilizer to the rudder at the rear of the fuselage of a Van's RV-12 Aircraft being built by students of the Wings Aerospace Academy, Jan. 17 at Wings Over the Rockies. The students have been building the aircraft since October 2017 and the build is expected to take approximately one and a half years. 
 

From left, Allison Pacheco, Monserrat Lopez, Perla Guzman and Leticia Vazquez look on as Lansing Elementary student Kynedi Bell, front, shows Santa what she picked out for herself, during the 4th Annual Shop With an Oly event Dec. 9 at the Target on E. Ellsworth Ave. Four Gateway students, who raised $100 per group, were paired up with an elementary school student from APS and the student was allowed $40 of the $100 to spend on themselves, with the remainder going to getting gifts for their family members. 

Alissa Davis enters the atrium of the children's hospital with a giant teddy bear to donate Dec. 3 during the 32nd Annual Children's Hospital Colorado Toy Run. This is Alissa's second year participating in the event, where thousands of motorcyclists meet at Aurora Sports Park and travel in a convoy to the hospital to deliver their toy donations for the patients to receive during the holidays.

The new general manager of Gaylord Rockies Resort and Convention Center, Rick Medwedeff, sits for a portrait in a mock hotel room Jan. 31 at the Gaylord Rockies sales office. 
 

A Red Angus beef cow slips her head between the rails of her pen to get a mouthful of hay at the National Western Complex Stock yards, Jan. 9 during the 112th annual National Western Stock Show.
 

A Shetland Pony stands outside of it's pen in the National Western Complex Education building, Jan. 9 during the 112th annual National Western Stock Show. 

Calvin Copeland shaves away any loose strands on his goat before taking it to auction, Jan. 9 at the 112th annual National Western Stock Show. Calvin has been competing in the stock show, with goats and cattle, for over 40 years.

Aurora resident, Luis Quintero, dumps his tree to be recycled Dec. 31 at Del Mar Park. The city of Aurora is offering Christmas tree recycling at three locations, Del Mar Park, Olympic Park and Saddle Rock Golf Course until Jan. 8. 

 Representative Mike Coffman stands on a lonely stage in the Cherry Creek High School Fine Arts Auditorium fielding questions from constituents of the 6th Congressional District, Feb. 20 during a town hall. The town hall provided constituents the opportunity to pose questions to Coffman relating to issues such as gun control, dreamers and his support for the GOP tax plan.  
 When he's not performing his duties of being Arapahoe County Clerk and Recorder, Matt Crane likes to cruise on his bike. Averaging 25 miles a day in a couple of hours, three to four times a week, Crane, who has been riding since childhood, likes to unwind with a Diet Coke from McDonald's. Crane lives in Littleton, CO and is running for re-election this later this year.
 H-Mart customers have a large variety of farm-raised and fresh caught fish to choose from. The proposed location for Korea Town would be in the area of South Havana Street and Parker Road.
 An H-Mart employee stacks the many varieties of rice offered by the supermarket chain. The proposed location for Korea Town would be in the area of South Havana Street and Parker Road.  
 Aurora Fire Rescue Chief Fernando Gray stands for a portrait Dec. 19 at Fire Station No. 8. Chief Gray came to Aurora from Dallas, TX.
 Kael Tapper works on attaching the vertical stabilizer to the fuselage of a Van's RV-12 Aircraft being built by students of the Wings Aerospace Academy, Jan. 17 at Wings Over the Rockies. The students have been building the aircraft since October 2017 and the build is expected to take approximately one and a half years.   
 Kael Tepper, back left, Matthew Wenzivsky, front left, and Roen Luke, right, work on attaching the vertical stabilizer to the rudder at the rear of the fuselage of a Van's RV-12 Aircraft being built by students of the Wings Aerospace Academy, Jan. 17 at Wings Over the Rockies. The students have been building the aircraft since October 2017 and the build is expected to take approximately one and a half years.   
 From left, Allison Pacheco, Monserrat Lopez, Perla Guzman and Leticia Vazquez look on as Lansing Elementary student Kynedi Bell, front, shows Santa what she picked out for herself, during the 4th Annual Shop With an Oly event Dec. 9 at the Target on E. Ellsworth Ave. Four Gateway students, who raised $100 per group, were paired up with an elementary school student from APS and the student was allowed $40 of the $100 to spend on themselves, with the remainder going to getting gifts for their family members. 
 Alissa Davis enters the atrium of the children's hospital with a giant teddy bear to donate Dec. 3 during the 32nd Annual Children's Hospital Colorado Toy Run. This is Alissa's second year participating in the event, where thousands of motorcyclists meet at Aurora Sports Park and travel in a convoy to the hospital to deliver their toy donations for the patients to receive during the holidays.
 The new general manager of Gaylord Rockies Resort and Convention Center, Rick Medwedeff, sits for a portrait in a mock hotel room Jan. 31 at the Gaylord Rockies sales office.   
 A Red Angus beef cow slips her head between the rails of her pen to get a mouthful of hay at the National Western Complex Stock yards, Jan. 9 during the 112th annual National Western Stock Show.  
 A Shetland Pony stands outside of it's pen in the National Western Complex Education building, Jan. 9 during the 112th annual National Western Stock Show. 
 Calvin Copeland shaves away any loose strands on his goat before taking it to auction, Jan. 9 at the 112th annual National Western Stock Show. Calvin has been competing in the stock show, with goats and cattle, for over 40 years.
 Aurora resident, Luis Quintero, dumps his tree to be recycled Dec. 31 at Del Mar Park. The city of Aurora is offering Christmas tree recycling at three locations, Del Mar Park, Olympic Park and Saddle Rock Golf Course until Jan. 8.