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Drew Litton: Rudolph’s nose was a COVID red alert

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Drew Litton: Could Santa help with Colorado’s substitute teacher crisis?

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Jim Morrissey: When Colorado’s Christmas spirit goes awry

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U.S. military confirms: Coronavirus won’t sideline Santa Claus

The North American Aerospace Defense Command, a joint U.S.-Canadian operation that protects the skies over both countries, has tracked the fabled jolly old man since a child mistakenly called the base in 1955, asking to speak to Santa

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Jim Morrissey: Forget Colorado’s vaccine logistics plan. Just call Santa.

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Drew Litton: A (short) Colorado Christmas list

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Sorry, Grinch. Coronavirus won’t stop Colorado-based NORAD from tracking Santa.

Normally, 150-160 volunteers crowd into a conference room at Peterson Air Force Base in Colorado Springs, taking two-hour shifts to answer the phones as eager children call to see if Santa and his sleigh have reached their rooftops

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