Author Archives: Ron Milhorn

“Shrooms” now Decriminalized in Denver

DENVER (AP) – Voters have made Denver the first U.S. city to decriminalize psilocybin, the psychoactive ingredient in “magic mushrooms.” Preliminary results show that the citizen-led initiative narrowly passed Tuesday. It makes the use or possession of psilocybin by people … Continue reading

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Rapids Loose Midfielder to Kansas City

KANSAS CITY, Kan. (AP) – Sporting Kansas City has acquired veteran midfielder Benny Feilhaber from the Colorado Rapids. In exchange, Colorado gets 22-year-old defender Abdul Rwatubyaye and an undisclosed draft pick. The 34-year-old Feilhaber joined Sporting KC in 2013 and … Continue reading

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Florida vs. Colorado in 2028

GAINESVILLE, Fla. (AP) –  The Gators and the Buffalos will meet for the first time ever in 2028, unless they meet in a playoff or bowl game.  Florida and Colorado have scheduled a home-and-home series beginning in 2028. The first … Continue reading

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Rockies Starter has to Wait to Regain Form After Game gets Postponed

DENVER (AP) – On the eve of his next start, Rockies left-hander Kyle Freeland was looking to regain his past form. Freeland was slated to start for Colorado on Thursday against the San Francisco Giants after coming off a tough … Continue reading

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Avalanche Fall in Game 7, after a Great Season

SAN JOSE, Calif. (AP) – Captain Joe Pavelski made a triumphant return from a gruesome head injury by posting a goal and an assist in the first period that sent the San Jose Sharks into the Western Conference final with … Continue reading

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Local High School Soccer Scores & Upcoming Games

HIGH SCHOOL PLAYOFF SOCCER 4A #23Glenwood Springs—3     #10Palmer Ridge—-2   Double Overtime Saturday, May 11th  Round 2: #23Glenwood Springs at #7Sand Creek 3A #19Roaring Fork—-3       #14Denver School of Science and Tech Stapleton—1 Saturday, May 11th  Round 2: #19Roaring … Continue reading

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Even Mother Nature Couldn’t Stop Graduation

BOULDER, Colo. (AP) – Cold and snow didn’t stop spring graduation ceremonies at the University of Colorado Boulder. Students wore ski goggles and snowsuits Thursday while wet snow fell on the outdoor event at Folsom Field, the university’s football stadium.

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The Demand for Coal on the Decline

BILLINGS, MT. (AP) – U.S. energy officials say the demand for coal to generate electricity will continue to weaken in coming months despite efforts by the Trump administration to prop up the struggling industry. The Energy Information Administration says renewable … Continue reading

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STEM School Security Guard Took Decisive Action

HIGHLANDS RANCH (AP) – A law enforcement official says a security guard fired his weapon during this week’s shooting at the STEM School in Highlands Ranch. The official spoke on condition of anonymity Thursday because the official was not authorized … Continue reading

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De Beque Canyon Update

DE BEQUE (AP) – A portion of Interstate 70 in De Beque Canyon remains closed as crews try to prevent another rockslide. A slide on Sunday disabled two cars and injured two people. Their injuries were described as minor to … Continue reading

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