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A Bitch, A Bastard and A Bar

April 27, 2010

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A Bitch, A Bastard and A Bar

NEW ORLEANS – In the golden age of New Orleans, Bourbon Street was tinged with the silver service of fancy restaurants and the jubilant melodies of brass instruments resonating down the alleys, easily seducing many couples to its vivacious heart. The tourists, the sailors, the locals and common folk strolled from bar to bar, cat […]

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Metro blows out Ore Diggers

April 9, 2010

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Metro State Picther Christie Robinson winds up for a pitch against Colorado School of Mines Friday, April 2 at CSM Softball Field in Golden. Metro downed CSM 10-1.

As a 30 mile per hour wind swept across the CSM softball field Friday, April 2, it did not blow out Metro States 5-game winning streak. Instead, it added wind to their sails.

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Hockey’s journalistic hero; A profile

March 24, 2010

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Hockey’s journalistic hero; A profile

Hockey and journalism are two professions that feed off one another’s talent. One plays, the other reports. Danielle Furlong does both.

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Has New Belgium become the Toyota of Beers?

March 14, 2010

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A Ranger IPA bottle awaits someone to open it and enjoy its taste, a new offering by New Belgium Brewery from Fort Collins, CO.

FORT COLLINS, COLO. – Anyone who knows about beer drinking in America and the micro-brewery explosion of the 1990s, could tell you that a small northern Colorado brewer named Jeff Lebesch not only helped pioneer a new industry – he also ushered in a new way of making beer.

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Jeffco Education Looks for Improvements

February 27, 2010

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An incendiary town hall meeting with members of the Jefferson County Board of Education on Feb. 20, brought 40 plus residents out of the cold and snow into city hall to have a heated discussion about new ideas and propositions regarding education spending.

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City Council: Union Station upgrade coming, 12 new Bike Share docks also

February 25, 2010

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City Council: Union Station upgrade coming, 12 new Bike Share docks also

DENVER – A quick-paced city council meeting Monday proved beneficial for the city in the form of an announcement from the Federal Transit Administration, which approved a $300 million loan for the redevelopment of Union Station.

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