Author Archives: Ron Milhorn

Rockies Release Familiar Players

DENVER (AP) – The Colorado Rockies have decided not to offer a 2021 contract to outfielder David Dahl. The former first-round draft pick had an injury-riddled career in Colorado. Dahl, an All-Star in 2019, is recovering from right shoulder surgery … Continue reading

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All of the Broncos QB’s Return to Action

ENGLEWOOD (AP) – Drew Lock and Brett Rypien returned to the Denver Broncos’ practice after coming off the reserve/COVID-19 list. The Broncos also decided to isolate practice squad veteran Blake Bortles. All three quarterbacks were banned from last weekend’s game … Continue reading

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More COVID Relief Funds Available for Parachute Businesses

PARACHUTE—The town of Parachute is once again going to bat for local businesses that are still struggling financially due to COVID-19. The town is offering a third round of grant funding through the Business Interim Relief Program.  Town Manager Stuart … Continue reading

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Nuggets Re-sign Veteran Forward

DENVER (AP) – The Denver Nuggets have re-signed forward Paul Millsap to a one-year deal. Millsap has spent the last three seasons in Denver, averaging 12.8 points, 6.6 rebounds, 2.1 assists and a steal in 159 games. Although Millsap, 35, played fewer … Continue reading

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Discrepancy in Garfield County COVID Deaths

GLENWOOD SPRINGS—How many people in Garfield County have died from COVID-19? The exact number isn’t known yet. Garfield County is reporting six while the state health department’s count is now up to 11.  Public Health Specialist Carrie Godes says the … Continue reading

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Fauci Joins Polis in COVID Warning

DENVER (AP) – Colorado Gov. Jared Polis joined the nation’s top infectious disease expert and urged people to wear masks and socially distance to prevent stay-at-home orders and overwhelmed hospitals as cases of the coronavirus surge during the holidays. Dr. … Continue reading

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State Lawmakers Argue Over COVID Relief

DENVER (AP) – Colorado’s Democrat-led Legislature is plowing ahead on special session legislation to provide limited state relief to businesses, students and others affected by the coronavirus pandemic. Democrats have overcome Republican objections to the scope of the aid and … Continue reading

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Garfield County Commissioners Respond to COVID Public Concerns

GLENWOOD SPRINGS—The Garfield County Board of Commissioners feel they’ve been unfairly blamed for prioritizing money over public health. Commission Chairman John Martin says for the official record, the county is compiling all the e-mails and phone messages from concerned and … Continue reading

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State Lawmakers Report for Special COVID-19 Session

DENVER (AP) – Colorado lawmakers went back to work today for a special session called by by Gov. Jared Polis to pass bills offering sales tax relief and state grants to small businesses, tenants and public school districts affected by … Continue reading

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The “Quarterback-less” Broncos Fall to the Saints

DENVER (AP) – The Broncos promoted a rookie practice squad receiver to play quarterback Sunday against the New Orleans Saints. Kendall Hinton completed just one of nine passes in the Broncos’ 31-3 loss. Hinton played quarterback for three years at … Continue reading

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