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REGIONAL NEWS for Nov. 9, 2017: Latino residents were barely a blip on the radar in 1980, but their numbers now approach the white population in some rural Colorado communities.

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HOLYOKE, CO – OCTOBER 2: Esther Figueroa, left, and Elizabeth Enriquez talk after going to the bank on November 2, 2017 in Holyoke, Colorado. Figueroa, who has lived in Holyoke almost 18 years now, helps Figueroa with rides to do errands around town. Enriquez recently moved to the area from Mexico City. /Photo by RJ Sangosti/The Denver Post

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