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High school in Columbine, Colorado, United States

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Columbine High School: High school in Columbine, Colorado, United States
Columbine High School (CHS) is a public high school in Columbine, Colorado, United States, in the Denver metropolitan area. It is part of the Jefferson County Public Schools district.

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Today in History April 20

Highlights of this day in history: Nazi Germany's dictator Adolf Hitler born; Gunfire erupts at Columbine High; Cubans in the Mariel boatlift arrive in the U.S.; Ted Williams makes his baseball debut;..
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Colorado school district says won't tear down Columbine High School, site of massacre

Colorado school officials on Wednesday abandoned a $60 million proposal to raze and rebuild Columbine High School in an effort to discourage unwanted attention at the site of one the deadliest school..
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Columbine survivor Austin Eubanks died of accidental heroin overdose, coroner says

Columbine high school shooting survivor Austin Eubanks, who became an outspoken advocateĀ for addiction recovery, diedĀ of an accidental heroinĀ overdose, theĀ Routt County Coroner's Office..
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Officials propose tearing down Columbine High School

"School shooters refer to and study the Columbine shooting as a macabre source of inspiration and motivation," the district's superintendent said
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Colorado school officials consider razing site of Columbine massacre

Public education officials in Colorado are considering a plan to tear down and rebuild Columbine High School, saying the site remains a "source of inspiration" for potential gun violence 20 years after..
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Colorado school officials ask voters to consider tearing down, rebuilding Columbine High School

Twenty years after infamous U.S. massacre, Columbine High School faces scrutiny of another kind: Whether it should be torn down and replaced.
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