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The Broncos are in Super Bowl 50. No matter the outcome of the game (although we’re gonna win), I want to talk to you about the home they’ll return to here in Denver. As a longtime football fan(atic), I’ve heard lots of sports announcers … more
The other day I was listening to sports talk radio — I think a lot of us have been listening to sports talk this week — and I heard one of the talkers describe a Denver Broncos player (maybe Aqib Talib) as “a human Red Bull.” I hear … more
As the famous song lyric goes, ”Love is a many-splendored thing.” Love, too, is a deep thread that winds through many religions and can be realized in different ways, even within the same faith. As Valentine’s Day approaches, we are … more
A senior developer for an affordable housing company with holdings in nearly half the United States says the need for affordable senior accommodations is there, even if an initial public hearing didn’t necessarily show it. Turnout for an … more
More than 400 area students and parents spent their Saturday morning searching for hidden treasure in the least likely of places: Westminster High School. But instead of a pot of gold, the figurative treasure seekers — teens and their parents, … more
I don’t know if it’s because this is my birthday week and I am reminded of how many years I have sat in duck or goose blinds or chased pheasants, or if the end of January reminds me hunting seasons are closing out for the year, or if annual … more
Finally, the U.S. Supreme Court is going to weigh in on one of President Obama’s executive orders. The case in point is his 2014 action regarding immigration, in which he acted without congressional legislation to shield up to 5 million … more
After a lengthy and contentious public hearing last week that drew more than 500 citizens, the Adams County Board of Commissioners decided not to implement a moratorium to suspend oil and gas development in the county. “To be honest, I’d … more
When most people think about Colorado music, John Denver is the first name that comes to mind. That’s understandable, especially since his last name is literally the state capital and “Rocky Mountain High” is the state’s co-official song … more
A new leg of the Rocky Mountain Greenway — a trail connecting the Two Ponds and Rocky Flats national wildlife refuges — will open in June. “It's a great connector,” said Mark McGoff, an avid hiker and member of city council. “You can … more
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