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Gazette Premium Content 15 years later, Columbine shooting remembered

Denver Post Updated: April 20, 2014 at 9:37 am
Denver Post Updated: April 20, 2014 at 9:37 am • Published: April 20, 2014

Sunday marks the 15th year since the shooting at Columbine High School in which 12 students and a teacher were killed. Indigo columbine flowers were in bloom around the bases of 13 stone markers at the permanent Columbine Memorial in Littleton's Clement Park on Saturday, when about 50 people...

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Sunday marks the 15th year since the shooting at Columbine High School in which 12 students and a teacher were killed.

Indigo columbine flowers were in bloom around the bases of 13 stone markers at the permanent Columbine Memorial in Littleton's Clement Park on Saturday, when about 50 people honored the victims with a remembrance program.

Colorado Ceasefire Capitol Fund organized the program at the park amphitheater ahead of the anniversary that falls this year on Easter Sunday. The program included speeches from family members of two Columbine shooting victims and two victims of the Aurora theater shooting.

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