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Roadrunners seize position in RMAC championship

October 7, 2010

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Christie Robinson winds up to strike out another batter.

Denver- Metro State College of Denver’s softball team secured their place in the regular season Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference championship after shutting out the Nebraska-Kearney Lopers 7-0 at Auraria Field on Saturday. Sunday’s triple header began at 10 a.m. and Metro’s Roadrunners came out swinging. Roadrunners annihilated Lopers in all three games, 3-1 in the […]

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Denver Health receives hundreds of Comcast volunteers for a day of caring

April 27, 2010

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Comcast rains volunteer service polishing Denver Health Medical Center

DENVER- On an overcast Saturday morning, Comcast employees, friends and family gave back to the community rejuvenating Denver Health Medical Center. Hundreds of volunteers banded together for Comcast Cares Day to make the lives of the patients at Denver Health a little brighter. Comcast has been providing community service since 2001 and have donated 1.4 million […]

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Fear and loathing on the slopes

April 7, 2010

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Fear and loathing on the slopes

Most Colorado residents will tell you that they have been skiing or snowboarding at least once in their life. You would think it was common sense to not cross your skis and to fall up the mountain rather than down it when you feel you are going to wipe out. This is a vital instruction […]

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Broomfield City Council postponed medical marijuana business for six months

March 23, 2010

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BROOMFIELD, COLO.- City Council held a public hearing passing a moratorium for medical marijuana dispensaries is scheduled on Tuesday, Feb. 9. Setting a time frame for action with Ordinance No. 1922 passing 9-to-1 to institute a 180-day moratorium on the approval of any permits or licenses medical marijuana dispensaries would need to legally operate in […]

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A Paramedic’s Career: keen senses, goodwill, and patience with patients

March 23, 2010

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A Paramedic’s Career: keen senses, goodwill, and patience with patients

Paramedics impact our lives everyday. These on call heroes are able
 to work under pressure and are knowledgeable when it comes to
 emergency response. Without these brave and quick thinkers in our midst,
 many lives would be lost that could have been saved if someone wasn’t
there to help. Enter Randy Greening, a paramedic and hero […]

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California-based grocer expands to Colorado this summer

March 16, 2010

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California-based grocer expands to Colorado this summer

DENVER – Set to make their debut this summer, after buying five former Albertsons properties, SmartCo Foods will be a new place to shop for groceries and wholesale products.

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House bill 1186 shot down after much deliberation

March 9, 2010

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House bill 1186 shot down after much deliberation

Colorado convenience store House Bill 1186 was put to rest on a vote of 8-3 in the House Finance Committee Wednesday, February 24. Lobbyists worked every day, day after day, to get the votes necessary to kill this proposed bill. House Finance Committee Members voted to support Colorado small businesses. Colorado convenience store beer sales have suffered with alcohol percentage limitations, while Sunday liquor store sales have climbed. These establishments wanted to level the playing field with House Bill 1186. Countless liquor store owners feel their Colorado legislators are selling out to national corporate interests, leaving the local economy to suffer.

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