In the current issue of Local Color...
On the cover: Chief District Judge C. Vincent Phelps administers the Oath of Office to new Ward 3 City Councilor Ken Kreutzer, who began his first term with two other new councilors on Jan. 7. Phelps thanked the city for the privilege of making the swearing-in ceremo- ny one of his last official acts before his own retirement. Photo by Joel Radtke
Sepia Tones: Vivian and Russel Hause share 64 Valentine's Days.
Big Picture: Health and Wellness - Is gluten-free worth the weight(loss)? New faces at Platte Valley Medical Center ?- SilverSneakers participants exercise for the health of it ?- Eagle View seniors keep an eye on wellness
Our Neighbors: Fron one tree to an entire city, GIS Specialist Matt Forbis makes maps, big and small, for the city of Brighton.
News: Libretto changes housing story ?oe House to run for governor ?oe Scott leaves legacy, sows seeds for future.
Feature: Brighton Japanese American Association book recounts generations of building community, honoring America and their roots.
Feature: Four directors of children's theater in Brighton pass their passion for the stage to youngsters.
Feature: Brighton Relay for Life battle against cancer is a family affair.
Time Exposure: Green power will invade the Armory this month when the Prairie Playhouse presentation of Shrek The Musical takes the stage.
Screenings: Lone Survivors is not an ad; the movie is about the attempts of a small group of Navy SEALs to fight off the Taliban in the mountains of Afghanistan.
ALSO: Photo Gallery, calendar, and more...
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