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In Colorado, the Daily Camera has a story about the volunteers who are cleaning up the temporary memorial created by locals at the King Soopers store in Boulder where 10 people were killed in a March 22 mass shooting.

Thousands of items have been placed there, but the Museum of Boulder’s is making an "effort to save and preserve the artifacts and stories behind each sign, card and piece of art … Next, the museum will sort and clean all of the items collected. The families of the 10 people who died in the shooting will have a chance to look through and take items that might be special. The rest will be stored in the museum’s collection as plans for a potential future exhibit continue to evolve.

"Likewise, Boulder officials have said plans for a more permanent memorial are expected to take several years as the city looks to collect feedback from those directly impacted by the mass shooting and the community at large."