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October 2017

September

In the current issue of Local Color...

On the cover: Alex, Nora and Aaron Mitchell of Brighton were the first Harvest Festival visitors to navigate the Bromley Historic Farm corn maze, at the event preview Friday. Local Color(R) photo by Mark Humbert

Sepia Tones: Abraham Lincoln had it right: The Homestead Act, the Pacific Railway Act, and the Morrill Acts, (establishing agricultural colleges) continue to have in impact on American life today and in developing future leaders –through 4-H..
Big Picture: Local Color’s election profiles cover the mayoral and City Council races. Space requires that the School District Board profiles can be found at the link below.
Our Neighbors: Mayor Dick McLean is nearing the end of his term at City Hall, but he remains linked to another job not too far away … willingly: It’s the “chain gang” that works the sidelines at Brighton High School home football games.
Unexpected 'business district': East Bridge Street businesses might just be a metaphor for life in Brighton: old-fashioned hometown with an eye toward what’s coming next.
Screenings: Kingsman, the top-secret spy organization, is back on the screen and teamed with an American group, the Statesman, in an attempt to foil another sinister international plot..
Time Exposure: Platte Valley Players brings literary classic To Kill a Mockingbird to life in the Armory.
Time Exposure: Meander through Brighton’s past later this month during the annual Cemetery Walk.


Read more in Local Color magazine.

DAILY POST EXTRA: North Main Street fire
Current Daily Post: Daily news online from Local Color.
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- ALSO READ: School District 27J Board of Directors candidate profiles



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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.