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July 2017

July

In the current issue of Local Color...

On the cover: Brighton Fire Rescue District Chief Mark Bodane drives the Fire District's new Sparky Express train to shuttle kids around Carmichael Park during Summerfest June 3, the morning after fighting a destructive downtown fire for several hours. Local Color(R) photo by Allison Lockwood

Sepia Tones: Henderson has a rich history that includes a Poor Farm.
Big Picture: The next chapter in the Bromley Farm history includes a return to its roots and taking wing with new tricks. Ken and Lou Bromley contribute to the farm's story.
Our Neighbors: Pat Jones is often seen in the same places ... Eagle View Adult Center and the bleachers at Duke White Field or another of his favorite Brighton ballparks.
News: Historic Downtown District could be in Brighton's future. Brewery chooses Brighton and the former Buddhist Church as home.
Perspective: Brighton Urban Renewal Authority Director Ryan Johnson sees a lot that is looking up in Downtown Brighton. And our Police Department recognizes some the finest among our finest.
Then and Now: Former Brighton High student Hannah Armentrout has added a degree, new last names and success on the path toward her career and life goals.
Made in Brighton: A dedicated woodworking group has a worldwide audience.
Time Exposure: Celebrate a traditional Fourth of July | and more | at Carmichael Park, in the shadow of Brighton City Hall.


Read more in Local Color magazine.

DAILY POST EXTRA: North Main Street fire
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Local Color is your monthly magazine. It's about your town, your neighbors, your news, your events. There are thousands of stories in this city. We hope you will share them with us and help us tell them to the rest of Brighton. This magazine is for and about you. We hope you become major contributors of news, viewpoints, poetry and fiction and events ... and that you'll join us as subscribers.

We published the first issue of Local Color in September 2004 with the idea of bringing Brighton together by sharing news and information about our community and our neighbors in a high-quality journalistic format. We have done that and have many more stories yet to tell. Together we can celebrate Brighton.