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For Matt Cooke of the Minnesota Wild Hockey Club, seven is his lucky number. That’s because – after he injured Colorado Avalanche player Tyson Barrie with a knee-on-knee hit in Game 3 of the recent Avalanche/Wild Stanley Cup Playoffs – Cooke … more
From the apartment balcony, in the hours just past midnight, he could see beams of light from patrol cars cutting through the blackness in the grassy area near Denver Skate Park. Cops looking for the homeless, he guessed. more
A bill introduced late this legislative session deserves support from all who want to ensure public officials make their decisions in the open and preserve the right to call them out in court if they … more
Last Monday, I allowed myself a simple luxury: I have some leftover whipped cream and I am enjoying a generous dollop in my morning coffee. I typically don’t have whipped cream in my fridge so I consider this indulgence a small luxury. I asked … more
Social media has created an environment and culture of fun, intrigue, gossip, slander, adventure, mystery and more. It is almost a “no rules apply” phenomenon where whatever we say or do can be posted or “hash-tagged” within seconds. Just … more
A bill introduced late this legislative session deserves support from all who want to ensure public officials make their decisions in the open and preserve the right to call them out in court if they don’t. House Bill 14-1390 clarifies … more
Dear Neil: Ten years ago, I had a horrible bout of Stage 3 breast cancer. Five years ago I divorced, leaving a 12-year marriage. Finally, I just turned 50, and that has really put a spin on what has become a downward spiral. Today I’m … more
The Avalanche is on fire! The Rockies have had a very strong start to their new season. And the Nuggets had just previously gone to the playoffs for 10 straight years. So we wanted to ask some of our loyal readers: Despite what our other … more
Reading is one of the things I enjoy so very much in life. And as an avid reader, I have accumulated a vast and diverse book collection. Some are worn around the edges, some are dog-eared, sticky notes protrude from the tops of several, and many … more
And, so it begins. After all of, like, 27 seconds of negotiations, the teachers’ union declared an impasse, and walked out of negotiations with the new Jefferson County School Board. At issue, for the union, was the board’s apparent intention … more
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