About Stephanie V. Coleman

Stephanie V. Coleman is a creative writing student at Metropolitan State University of Denver. Her interests include music, culinary arts, traveling, and sports.

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To Your Health: Check out a Farmer’s Market This Summer

June 4, 2013

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  DENVER — There’s been a recent shift in thinking about food in the U.S. Many doctors, nutritionists and scientists have told us we need to eat healthier as a nation to prevent disease and obesity. Now, people are seen buying the latest fat-free, gluten-free or sugar-free versions of old products. Suddenly cleanses and detox […]

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Metro State Offers Space for Volunteers Helping Feed Local Elementary Students

May 7, 2013

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Metro State Offers Space for Volunteers Helping Feed Local Elementary Students

DENVER  — A large number of families don’t have enough food, and the Food for Thought organization in Denver is doing their part to help support their local families. For $4, students at Fairview Elementary and Columbian Elementary can receive a “powersack,” which includes enough non-perishable food to feed a family of four for two […]

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A Look Ahead to the Broncos 2013 Season

May 1, 2013

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DENVER–The awaited 2013 Denver Broncos schedule has just been released. Peyton Manning’s success with the team last year gives critics and fans high hopes for this season. The Broncos remain one of the favorites to win it all, and their schedule suggests a favorable 2013 season. Week 1: Baltimore Ravens For the first time in […]

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Metro State Offers Space for Volunteers Helping Feed Local Elementary Students

April 28, 2013

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DENVER – A large number of children are going hungry in this country, and the Food for Thought organization in Denver is doing their part to help support local families in need. Students at Fairview Elementary and Columbian Elementary can receive a “Powersack” each Friday, which includes enough non-perishable food to feed a family of […]

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Littleton Business Owner Talks About Her 32 Years of Success

April 2, 2013

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LITTLETON, Colo. — Home is more than just a place of residence. It contains a feeling of comfort, and brings a sense of love and connection between people. This is the atmosphere of the Colorado Frame & Savvy Stuff, 2396 W. Main St. Of course, the shop offers beautiful custom framing and other tangible accents […]

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Most Remarkable Scientific Discovery Made in Colorado is Discussed at Metro

March 10, 2013

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DENVER – Bulldozer operator Jesse Steele, discovered a partial mammoth skeleton in the Ziegler Reservoir near Snowmass Village, Colo. The year: Oct. 14, 2010. For the next 10 months, further digging uncovered that the site also contained the bones of a Mastodon, as well as other ice age animals. The project has been named the […]

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Littleton City Council Approves First Ordinance to Rezone at West County Line Road and Erikson Boulevard

February 25, 2013

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LITTLETON, Colo. — The Littleton City Council approved the first ordinance reading to rezone 18 acres located at the southeast corner of West County Line Road and South Erickson Boulevard Tuesday. Currently, the property is a B-2, commercial property, which would provide retail and services to the community. Littleton Commons proposed to convert this property […]

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Denver’s First Friday Art Walk Offers More Than Visual Art

February 12, 2013

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  DENVER – The Santa Fe Art District has a long history of artists, art galleries and museums of the local community occupying its street. To showcase the recent work being created in the community, the Art District opens all  gallery doors to the public on the first Friday of each month. The Art District is located on Santa Fe […]

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