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Lightning find 'mental fortitude,' win Game 5 of Stanley Cup Final

DENVER -- The Stanley Cup was in the building, ready to be awarded to the Colorado Avalanche. The fans roared for it all night, hoping for a celebration, anticipating one. "WE WANT THE CUP!" they chanted. "WE WANT THE CUP!" But the Tampa Bay Lightning weren't ready to give it...
DENVER, CO
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Rockies play the Twins with 1-0 series lead

Colorado Rockies (31-40, fifth in the NL West) vs. Minnesota Twins (39-33, second in the AL Central) PITCHING PROBABLES: Rockies: Antonio Senzatela (3-3, 4.42 ERA, 1.76 WHIP, 27 strikeouts); Twins: Chris Archer (1-3, 3.44 ERA, 1.30 WHIP, 40 strikeouts) FANDUEL SPORTSBOOK LINE: Twins -190, Rockies +163; over/under is 9 runs.
DENVER, CO

Butterfly Pavilion expands in Broomfield, hopes to be world-renown facility

A rendering of the outside of the new Butterfly Pavilion, which will open in Broomfield, CO. in 2025.Courtesy of Butterfly Pavilion. (Broomfield, CO) Since 1995, the Butterfly Pavilion has taught countless people how to understand and appreciate invertebrates. Now, the Pavilion is expanding to a space more than double its current size to expand its research and education programs.
BROOMFIELD, CO

Avs Family & Fandom Growing With Help Of Host Nicole Hurdle

DENVER (CBS4) – A Boulder native and longtime Colorado Avalanche arena host says the 2021-2022 season has helped grow the Avs family like never before. Nicole Hurdle, a fourth-generation jeweler from Boulder, has served as a game night emcee and host at Ball Arena for more than 10 years. The former Denver Nuggets dancer was raised in Boulder and attended the University of Colorado. As her time as a dancer for the Nuggets wrapped up, a fellow dancer suggested that she apply to become the new host of the Avs. (credit: CBS) Every game night, after finishing work in Boulder, Hurdle heads to...
DENVER, CO
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A LOOK BACK | Webb victory advances climb in Denver city politics

Thirty-Five Years Ago This Week: Wellington Webb’s election to Denver auditor, defeating opponent Bill Schroeder, came as a shock to few. The candidate had long been considered the favorite for victory and after claiming nearly 64% of the vote, Webb said his hopefulness had been rewarded. “I was always...
DENVER, CO
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COVER STORY | Colorado ends free DMV driving tests, forces drivers to spend hundreds at private companies

It took two months and around $175 for Vivian Tran to get her driver's license in the summer of 2020. Tran said she scheduled her written test in May and took it at the DMV in June – only to learn she had to go somewhere else for the road test. She eventually secured a walk-in test at a private driving school in July, though she had to wait five hours to take it. Tran then traveled from Aurora to Boulder to find an available DMV to process her test, finally getting her license at the end of July.
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German Marquez, Rockies shut out Twins

German Marquez allowed three hits over 7 2/3 sharp innings and Connor Joe had two hits and scored the game's lone run as the Colorado Rockies snapped a three-game losing streak with a 1-0 victory over the Minnesota Twins on Friday in Minneapolis. It was the third win in the...
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Denver Broncos top list of most expensive U.S. sports team sales

It takes quite a bit of capital to buy an American sports team, and the impending sale of the Denver Broncos proves that point. According to ESPN's Jeff Legwold, the Broncos entered a sale agreement Tuesday with the Walton-Penner family ownership group for $4.65 billion. The sale is subject to review by the NFL's finance committee, and 24 league owners need to vote yes for the transaction to be approved.
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A component of Wilkins’ dance and social justice work, The Conversation Series: Stitching the Geopolitical Quilt to Re-Body Belonging. This work is designed to create brave and courageous spaces to bring together intergenerational members within a community to reflect on stories that inform our sense of belonging and community today, and dreams for a better future. This is the culminating event for a series of community-engagement activities collectively called Systems for Care and Repair. Each activity is connected to The Conversation Series: Stitching the Geopolitical Quilt to Re-Body Belonging, an ongoing and always shifting dance and social change work, confronting, and celebrating heritage, resiliency, justice, and hope.
LAFAYETTE, CO
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Opinion: The Tim Reichert economic plan is too heavy on regulation

A little background about myself. I have started and run several electronic manufacturing companies during the past 40 years. During that period I have seen the decline of America’s manufacturing industrial base. My current company is Xetawave, based in Louisville. Living in the 7th Congressional District, I looked at...
LOUISVILLE, CO
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