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Homeless shelters get biggest chunk of money in Denver’s latest round of COVID-19 relief spending

Denver Post Thursday, 6 August 2020
Denver is putting $25.6 million in federal money toward shelters, small business grants and other areas, city officials announced Thursday -- the city's second release of federal money to combat the impact of the coronavirus pandemic.
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News video: For his birthday, one Brighton boy is raising money for the Navajo Nation

For his birthday, one Brighton boy is raising money for the Navajo Nation 01:58

Five-year-old Richard Blea knew exactly what he wanted for his birthday this year. "I’m raising money for clean water to make the Navajo Nation healthy," said Richard, who, with the help of his family, set up a GoFundMe account less than a week ago.

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