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A topping off ceremony was held for the UCCS Ent Center for the Arts on Wednesday, May 4, 2016. The ceremony is held when the last beam of a structure is put into place during construction. A tree on the beam symbolizes good fortune in the centuries old Scandinavian tradition. The 92,000 sq. ft. building will include recital halls, art studios, art galleries, performance halls and other spaces used for the arts. The center is projected to be finished in January 2018. (photo by Jerilee Bennett/The Gazette)
PPCC Culinary Arts students were ready to serve their Scholarship Fund Dinner at Nosh, from left, Jack Ritchie, Eddie Whitaker and Jerica Reeder.
042416 Photo by Linda Navarro
PPCC Culinary Arts students were ready to serve their Scholarship Fund Dinner at Nosh, from left, Jack Ritchie, Eddie Whitaker and Jerica Reeder. 042416 Photo by Linda Navarro
Photo of the van wanted in connection with the shooting near Pueblo East High School. (Pueblo Police Department)
In a campus-wide email sent Tuesday, CSU's Public Safety Team and dean of students wrote that anyone participating this year
In a campus-wide email sent Tuesday, CSU's Public Safety Team and dean of students wrote that anyone participating this year "takes a significant risk." (Courtesy 365thingstodofortcollins.com)
Harrison High School held a ceremony last week for its four winners: Audrey Tate, Karina Hernandez, Principal Cheri Martinez, Celine Maldonado, and Jonathan Jerry. Courtesy photo.
Students at Rampart graduate at a ceremony Wednesday, May 20, 2015 at the Air Force Academy.
Students at Rampart graduate at a ceremony Wednesday, May 20, 2015 at the Air Force Academy. (The Gazette)
Deborah Cole is a charter school consultant and is one of the founders of the Cheyenne Mountain Charter Academy, now The Vanguard School. She poses in front of artwork at the James Irwin Charter Academy where she does consulting for the school. Monday, May 1, 2016. (photo by Jerilee Bennett/The Gazette)