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WWII veteran Tony Erosky gets a big smooch from his wife, Brenda Erosky, as they watch the makeover of their home and yard. About 50 Home Depot associates used their time off to partner with Purple Heart Homes to modify the home of local WWII veteran, Tony Erosky. Erosky joined the U.S. Navy at 18 and served in the Construction Battalion during the war, building airports, hangars and barracks. Erosky and his wife, were needing many modifications to make their home more accessible.The volunteers not only made the home more accessible, but gave the yard a complete makeover complete with raised garden beds. Gardening is a hobby of Erosky. ONLINE PHOTO GALLERY AND VIDEO photo by Jerilee Bennett/The Gazette
Kit Roupe
"They say it was the roughest campaign ever in the history of Republican politics, but what you do is you go to sleep for a couple of days and you wake up and you honor [the pledge]," Donald Trump said. (AP Photo)
A rendering of Banning Lewis Preparatory Academy expected to open with a freshman class in fall of 2017.
Cripple Creek-Victor Mountain Health Center (Image via Google Maps)
Retired Army colonel to be sentenced Tuesday in DUI crash that killed Colorado trooper
Retired Army Col. Eric Henderson, left, who was accused of hit-and-run, vehicular homicide and drunken driving resulting in the death of Colorado State Trooper Jaimie Jursevics in November 2015, walks out of a Douglas County courtroom after a plea hearing May 18, 2016. (Photo by Andy Cross/The Denver Post)
Veterans Hospital
FILE - A sign outside the new veterans hospital in Aurora, Colo., on Wednesday, June 29, 2016, displays the logo of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. Army Corps of Engineers officials said Wednesday, June 29, 2016, they don't yet know whether they can finish for less than the $1.73 billion the Veterans Affairs Department expects to spend. The Corps took over construction management from for the Veterans Affairs Department after the cost nearly tripled and legal disputes threatened to bring work to a halt. (AP Photo /Dan Elliott)