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colin staub makes good for denver pioneers in win


university of denver sophomore right wing colin staub was one of 12 players in the pioneers’ lineup for a 5-0 national collegiate hockey conference win over omaha at magness arena on urday night who are older than nathan mackinnon, the avalanche’s 21-year-old representative at the nhl all-star festivities in los angeles this weekend.staub will turn 23 on march 26.as reflected by the wide range of ages on rosters — they can range from 18 to the mid-20s — ncaa hockey can be about biding time between high school and college, often in the united states hockey league.in staub’s case, his hiatus e after he graduated from palmer high in colorado springs and involved three full seasons with the north american hockey league’s wichita falls wildcats, and then he was all set to enroll at the air forc






finnish freshman henrik borgstrom shines in du's comeback win


the plan is for henrik borgstrom to play at least two years for the university of denver hockey team. at this rate, however, the pioneers will understand if the phenomenal finnish freshman takes the one-and-done direct route to the nhl.borgstrom, the florida panthers’ 2016 first-round draft pick, made two elite-level plays in denver’s four-goal second period friday as the pioneers rallied from a 2-0 deficit to defeat nebraska-omaha 5-3 at magness arena.borgstrom’s power-play goal tied it 2-2 and his ist on dylan gambrell’s goal shortly thereafter gave denver its first lead and all the momentum.“we were losing and we don’t want to make the same mistake we did last weekend (in a series split at st. cloud state,” borgstrom said after his 21st game at du. “i want to score. i want to help the t






hill-murray comes back from an early deficit to bury dodge county 4-1


hill-murray's first line center, abigail boreen, has been doing this for a long time. it is her third year on varsity for the pioneers (18-4-1, 8-0) after becoming a mainstay in her freshman year where the coaching staff not only had enough faith in the young player to get a regular shift, but also to spend time on the power play."i learned a lot from the older kids," boreen said. "they showed me how to do it and were my role models. i just try to be like them."now the junior – who scored a goal and added two ists in urday afternoon's 4-1 victory over dodge county (12-9-1, 1-0) – has become one of the best players in the state."i think my size is a strength," boreen said. "i have a good s , have speed coming into the zone and have good vision on the ice."boreen showed off her speed and ska






legislature should vote down bill to let cyclists ride through stop signs


helen h. richardson, the denver posta cyclist makes her way along 11th avenue near lincoln street thursday in denver.re: “bill to let bicyclists roll through stop signs gains speed, but there are roadblocks ahead,” jan. 26 news story.sen. andy kerr’s bill to permit bicyclists to p through intersections without stopping under certain conditions (the “idaho stop”) is not the answer to improving road safety for either the cyclist or automobile driver.i live in boulder county, where the cyclists rule the roads. with more and more traffic congestion increasing almost daily, it is very difficult to continually be watching for bicycle riders in bike lanes who do not obey the rules.although sen. kerr may think that “cyclists can hear and see much better than somebody in a car,” your picture on the






new homeless outreach court meets people where they are — at denver rescue missi


a general ignment reporter for the denver post, tom mcghee has covered business, police, courts, higher education and breaking news. he e to the post from albuquerque, n.m., where he worked for a year and a half covering utilities. he began his journalism career in new york city, worked for a pair of community weeklies that covered the west side of manhattan from 14th street to 125th street.






protesters against refugee ban gather at dia – the denver post


demonstrators gathered at denver international airport late urday afternoon to protest president donald trump’s orders to temporarily ban refugees from entering the u.s.on facebook, organizers had asked people to wear all red, white or blue and to bring signs with the words “i am _____, and i come in peace.”dia issued a statement warning that protests were illegal at the airport without a proper permit.earlier, immigration attorneys were on hand in case they were needed by any p engers on incoming international flights.denver post reporter david migoya is tweeting from the airport as the situation develops.






denver weather should be pretty nice this weekend – the denver post


the denver metro area should be pretty nice this weekend and may near what could be considered warm by monday.highs should be in the mid-40s urday with lows in the mid-20s, national weather service spokesman david barjenbruch said. temperatures should rise to a high near the mid-50s sunday with lows around 30 degrees. come monday, highs are expected to near the toasty low-60s.the mild temperatures should continue next week with highs in the upper 40s and 50s, barjenbruch said.those heading up to the mountains should expect a little breeze with highs in the upper teens and 20s urday and lows reaching down to zero, he said.






george washington routs denver south in denver prep league boys basketball


no. 2 george washington put on a show for a packed denver south gymnasium friday night, racing to a 24-point halftime lead and nearly putting up triple digits en route to a 96-63 road win over the rebels.senior point guard jervay green paced the patriots with 22 points, with additional contributions from junior guard  jon’il fugett (19 points) and senior calvin fugett jr (9 points, 6 ists).the patriots improved to 16-2 and are in action next at home on jan. 31 against kennedy, while the rebels fell to 13-4 and play at highlands ranch on feb. 1.






protesters, immigration attorneys gather at dia in protest of donald trump’s ban


demonstrators gathered at denver international airport late urday afternoon to protest president donald trump’s orders to temporarily ban refugees from entering the u.s.on facebook, organizers had asked people to wear all red, white or blue and to bring signs with the words “i am _____, and i come in peace.”dia issued a statement warning that protests were illegal at the airport without a proper permit.earlier, immigration attorneys were on hand in case they were needed by any p engers on incoming international flights.denver post reporter david migoya is tweeting from the airport as the situation develops.






bledsoe scores 41 but nuggets beat suns again, 123-112


phoenix — danilo gallinari scored 32 points and denver took a ntage of a third-quarter parade to the free throw line to beat the phoenix suns for the second time in three nights, 123-112 on urday.eric bledsoe scored a career-high 41 for the suns. devin booker added 23.kenneth faried had 21 points and 13 rebounds for the nuggets, winners of three straight and seven of their last nine.denver won despite the absence of center nikola jokic, who left with a left hip flexor strain late in thursday night's 127-120 victory.the nuggets were 18 of 19 at the foul line in the third quarter, when phoenix starting forwards t.j. warren and marquese chriss had five fouls and booker four. denver finished 37 of 42 at the line.






water main break causing road closures in the highlands – the denver post


a water main break at 15th and platte streets has flooded roads in the highland neighborhood, pooling down to southbound interstate 25 under the 15th street bridge.the denver fire department said several vehicles are stuck but have no one inside.west 29th avenue is closed from zuni to umatilla streets along with the area surrounding the break, according to police.






water main break causing road closures in the highlands – the denver post


a water main break at  west 29th avenue and zuni street has flooded roads in the highland neighborhood, pooling down to southbound interstate 25 under the 15th street bridge.the denver fire department said several vehicles are stuck but have no one inside.west 29th avenue is closed from zuni to umatilla streets along with the area surrounding the break, according to police.danika worthington, the denver posta large water main break left a large hole on 29th street, from which some water is still draining, urday, jan. 29, 2017.






water main break causing road closures in the highlands – the denver post


a water main break at  west 29th avenue and zuni street has flooded roads in the highland neighborhood, pooling down to southbound interstate 25 under the 15th street bridge.the denver fire department said several vehicles are stuck but have no one inside.west 29th avenue is closed from zuni to umatilla streets along with the area surrounding the break, according to police.






primitive technology makes a bed shed


the guy behind the primitive technology youtube channel makes cool shelters and other things using only technologies available to our primitive ancestors. in this video he makes a covered bed.full story at youtube.more great design. posted by josh urich






many clouds, winner of 2015 grand national, dies after race


london — many clouds, the winner of britain's 2015 grand national, collapsed and died after winning a race at cheltenham on urday.having won the cotswold chase by a head, many clouds fell after the winning post and was treated by veterinary staff before his death was confirmed."it's just a tragic end to the race," said colin tizzard, trainer of second-placed thistlecrack. "this is what happens in our sport occasionally and you've got to face up to it."many clouds was owned by trevor hemmings and ridden by leighton aspell, who was also on board for the 2015 victory in the grand national — the world's most grueling horse race.






homelessness goals are the same for all involved parties


rj sangosti, denver post filedenver police and city workers clear homeless ps on lawrence street on nov. 15.re: “moment of truth for denver’s anti- ping law,” jan. 21 vincent carroll column. vincent carroll criticizes those experiencing homelessness and their advocates for trying to take away the city’s responsibility to provide safe and attractive “sidewalks, alleys, parks and other public property.” what carroll seems to forget is that everyone wants the same basic end, but for different reasons.the city, the business community and some members of the public want to get rid of those experiencing homelessness from sleeping on the 16th street mall and sidewalks because their presence interferes with business, tourism and the general ambiance of the city. those who are homeless and their ad






person s , seriously wounded in aurora – the denver post


january 27, 2017, 7:55 pm colorado’s largest foreclosure law firm, run by larry castle and his wife, caren, was so good at its job that it had little trouble ginning up creative ways to pad its billings and reap millions in illegitimate profits on the backs of the banks it represented, the affected homeowners, and real estate investors who later bought the houses, the attorney...






person s , seriously wounded in aurora – the denver post


january 27, 2017, 7:55 pm colorado’s largest foreclosure law firm, run by larry castle and his wife, caren, was so good at its job that it had little trouble ginning up creative ways to pad its billings and reap millions in illegitimate profits on the backs of the banks it represented, the affected homeowners, and real estate investors who later bought the houses, the attorney...






water main break causes road closures in the highlands – the denver post


a two-feet wide water main broke at west 29th avenue and zuni street urday around noon, soaking roads, cars and businesses and sending a river of water down from the lower highland neighborhood toward interstate 25 and the south platte river.denver water spokesman jimmy luthye said the agency is working to turn off the last of the water and then will be able to investigate the cause. he couldn’t say how many houses lacked water at this time or estimate the amount of water that went rushing down the streets. but he did say it was safe to say a lot.“this time of year, we’ll see a little bit of an uptake (of breaks), just with the temperature swings,” luthye said, adding, “we do have an aging infrastructure in denver.”water rushed down west 29th avenue, hooked down 15th street and pooled arou






two boys, 2 and 6, found in vehicle outside colorado springs bar, parents cited


january 27, 2017, 7:55 pm colorado’s largest foreclosure law firm, run by larry castle and his wife, caren, was so good at its job that it had little trouble ginning up creative ways to pad its billings and reap millions in illegitimate profits on the backs of the banks it represented, the affected homeowners, and real estate investors who later bought the houses, the attorney...






protests erupt at airports following trump travel ban


president donald trump's travel ban barring citizens of seven predominantly muslim nations entry into the u.s. has sparked protests around the country.a look at what is happening:___new yorka protest at john f. kennedy airport, where 12 refugees were detained urday, swelled to more than 2,000 people, including some celebrities. the agency that runs the airport tried to restore order by shutting down the train that runs to airport terminals. gov. andrew cuomo, a democrat, reversed that decision, saying people had a right to protest. "the people of new york will have their voices heard," he said in a statement.___newark, new jerseymore than 120 people clutching signs denouncing the trump immigration orders gathered at newark liberty international airport. northjersey.com reports that they jo






community calls for more involvement and greater clarity in denver police use-of


residents repeated calls for more community involvement in the drafting of the denver police department’s updated use-of-force policy during the second of three scheduled community meetings urday morning, while also asking for portions of the current proposal to be clarified .“you got to understand, this is a draft, it’s only a draft,” chief robert white said. “i want to be candid with you, very few departments in the county would go to this degree to have communication about the policy.”“when it’s all said and done, i feel very confident that this will be one of the most restrictive policies in the country,” he continued. “is it there? no, it’s not there yet.”denver police released a draft of the policy at the start of the year. the policy directs officers to avoid rushing into volatile s






speights hoping to show off expanded range against warriors


oakland – marreese speights knows his audience, so it wasn’t too surprising to hear his response when a los angeles clippers writer asked him if he expected to be booed when he entered the game against the warriors urday night.“the fans, they ain’t never gonna boo me here,” speights said prior to his regular-season return to oracle arena as a member of the clippers. “every day, they’re hitting me up on instagram and twitter, always saying, `thanks, mo, i can’t wait to you come back,’ all that kind of stuff. it’s always good, and i really appreciate it.”the man who be e affectionately known as “mo buckets” in his three years as a warrior played at oracle in the preseason. bbut as speights admitted, that almost didn’t count and he was very nervous then. he said this counting game “will be fo






let’s purge the brain dead from our roads


every day and every night on streets and roads and highways, an invasive force takes over that risks life and property, befouls traffic in our fair city and across our wonderful state.the invader is the great equalizer. no human consciousness functions properly while under its control. drivers can cover hundreds of feet unaware of what is taking place before them as they look down into tiny screens and type with thumbs, while somehow steering. so great are the urges to communicate that control them.even healthy young people, their perceptions and reflexes the best they will ever be, are transformed into the equivalent of an 80-year-old man with cataracts, driving to the liquor store to replenish the fifth of kentucky bourbon he drained the night before.“i’ll be there in 5 minutes,” such te






10 life changing tips for successful and happy life


success which can’t be defined in normal terms. it is a subjective notion. every individual has his/her own success term from their perspective of life. though we generalize the term “success” for many material things. being a good, faithful and loving wife/husband, owning a good financial position, a dream job or well settled and happy life are some of the examples of success.things go sometimes wrong, as they are meant to be. it is the attitude of the individual, how to overcome the circumstances and taking the things as they are matters a lot. life has all ups and downs. falling a part and standing up for one self and boosting your self confidence is the most importance aspect. sometimes life becomes so routine and lonely. the zeal of life and happiness is shattered. a change in life/at






von miller, shane ray could become nfl's best p rushing duo


editor’s note: sixth of an eight-part series breaking down the broncos’ roster as they reboot under new coach vance joseph. sunday: linebackers. up next: secondaryshane ray‘s mischievous smirk told his thoughts before he even answered the question.“can you imagine how it will be for you and von miller chasing quarterbacks full-time?”ray said, “yeah, i do. it’ll be scary.”that should become reality beginning next season. ray enters his third year, more mature and focused on becoming a pro bowl player. miller is the face of the broncos and an annual defensive player of the year candidate.together, they could become the best p rushing duo in the nfl.the broncos have a decision to make on whether to re-sign demarcus ware, but the afc west will still have its hands full with miller, ray and sha






liangelo ball goes for 52 as chino hills wins its 57th consecutive game


there was a 10-year-old boy dressed in a ucla jersey who in the first row near the chino hills bench on friday night at laverne damien. he kept shouting to lamelo ball to “shoot from half court.” that’s what happens when there’s a youtube video of ball pointing to the half-court line in a game this season, then launching a s that goes in. even steph curry saw it and commented.soon the young fan had changed allegiances to brother liangelo ball, and for good reason. liangelo ball started throwing up threes en m e. he finished with 52 points and 10 threes as chino hills defeated damien, 124-102, to improve to 22-0 and win its 57th consecutive game.“he does what he does every night,” chino hills coach stephan gilling said of liangelo ball, the ucla-bound senior who has games of 72 and 60 point






could rockies be playoff contender over broncos in 2017?


no offense to broncos quarterbacks trevor siemian and paxton lynch. but could it be the rockies have better young arms in jon gray, chad bettis, tyler chatwood and tyler anderson?the rockies are talking playoffs, the way the broncos always do. the difference? the rockies are a baseball team on the rise, while the broncos are a football team in transition. could it be that in 2017 coors field will be a happier place than mile high stadium?now that would rock broncos country, wouldn’t it?the rockies are finally acting like winners. with all due respect to new broncos coach vance joseph, if he thinks our local nfl team can quickly reboot with siemian or lynch at quarterback, the only kick joseph might get is in the pants.although they play in the national league west alongside san francisco a






where customers can watch embly of “handmade skis from colorado trees” – the den


after karol groswold tried a pair of denver-made meier skis on a recent demo day at winter park, she had to have a pair. she loved the way they performed, but when she heard customers can order custom-made top-sheet g hics and even participate in designing them, she was sold.customers can buy skis off the rack at meier’s new factory, visible to thousands of motorists daily in the industrial area on the east side of interstate 25 between sixth avenue and colfax. they can watch skis being made by hand and listen to a sales pitch from a “ski-tender” who serves beer and beta on meier’s various models, which have wood cores made from colorado aspen and beetle-kill pine. if they want, they can design their own g hics, and that hit home for groswold.the meier factory is only a few blocks from whe






drafting for need is for losers. how about the broncos draft christian mccaffrey


it seems every nfl draftnik has the broncos taking wisconsin offensive tackle ryan ramczyk in the first round. i would prefer a thump-and-cover inside linebacker, another cornerback in case aqib talib acts up, or my personal favorite, alabama tight end o.j. howard.-brandon, fort collinskiz: i like the way you think! only a knucklehead drafts for need in the first round. draft in the first round for impact. howard could indeed make an impact for the broncos in the red zone. but if denver wants more touchdowns, is there a player in the draft that can score in more ways than christian mccaffrey, the pride of stanford and valor christian high school?why has the development of nuggets point guard been so poor?-marvin, aurorakiz: perhaps we all got a wee bit carried away with the emmanuel mudiay






drafting for need is for losers. how about the broncos draft christian mccaffrey


it seems every nfl draftnik has the broncos taking wisconsin offensive tackle ryan ramczyk in the first round. i would prefer a thump-and-cover inside linebacker, another cornerback in case aqib talib acts up, or my personal favorite, alabama tight end o.j. howard.-brandon, fort collinskiz: i like the way you think! only a knucklehead drafts for need in the first round. draft in the first round for impact. howard could indeed make an impact for the broncos in the red zone. but if denver wants more touchdowns, is there a player in the draft that can score in more ways than christian mccaffrey, the pride of stanford and valor christian high school?why has the development of the nuggets’ point guard been so poor?-marvin, aurorakiz: perhaps we all got a wee bit carried away with the emmanuel m






iranian couple, syrian mother and baby stopped at dia as protesters rallied in m


married doctors from iran on their way home to portland, and a mother and her infant daughter back from syria, were detained for about two hours urday by border patrol officers at denver international airport after a flight from frankfurt, germany, then quietly released to continue their travels amid a larger protest in the heart of the airport terminal against the policies that stopped them.agents stopped to question dr. abolfazi mehdizadeh kashi, 62, and his wife, dr. shahla chaichian, 61, shortly after disembarking from a lufthansa flight from frankfurt. they were allowed to continue traveling after about two hours, attorneys who spoke with them said.“there is no reason for two respectable surgeons, married, in their 60s, to be detained,” said zahra kashi, abolfazi’s 53-year-old sister.






pro bowl rosters


nfc rosterr-replacement playeroffensewr: odell beckham, n.y. giants; mike evans, tampa bay; doug baldwin-r, seattle; dez bryant-r, dallasot: tyron smith, dallas; trent williams, washington; david bakhtiari-r, green bayg: zack martin, dallas; josh sitton-r, chicago; trai turner-r, carolinac: travis frederick, dallas; jason kelce-r, philadelphiate: greg olsen, carolina; jimmy graham-r, seattleqb: dak prescott, dallas; drew brees-r, new orleans; kirk cousins-r, washingtonrb: ezekiel elliott, dallas; jordan howard-r, chicago; darren sproles-r, philadelphiafb: mike tolbert, carolinadefensede: everson griffen, vikings; cliff avril, seattle; michael bennett, seattledt: gerald mccoy, tampa bay; fletcher cox, philadelphia; linval joseph-r, vikingsolb: thomas davis, carolina; anthony barr-r, vikings






iranian couple, syrian mother and baby stopped at dia as protesters rallied in m


married doctors from iran on their way home to portland, and a mother and her infant daughter back from syria, were detained for about two hours urday by border patrol officers at denver international airport after a flight from frankfurt, germany, then quietly released to continue their travels amid a larger protest in the heart of the airport terminal against the policies that stopped them.agents stopped to question dr. abolfazi mehdizadeh kashi, 62, and his wife, dr. shahla chaichian, 61, shortly after disembarking from a lufthansa flight from frankfurt. they were allowed to continue traveling after about two hours, attorneys who spoke with them said.“there is no reason for two respectable surgeons, married, in their 60s, to be detained,” said zahra kashi, abolfazi’s 53-year-old sister.






how does having more guns in schools increase safety?


scott olson, getty imagesa gun attack in a rural school is unlikely, so why introduce the possibility of having students exposed daily to the known risks of having guns in their schools?re: “colorado’s rural schools arming themselves against danger, long response times,” jan. 25 news story. your article provided good background information on a complicated issue, but did not adequately present the potential consequences of senate bill 5, handgun safety training for school employees. sen. chris holbert is disingenuous when he says, “this is not a gun bill, but a training bill.”the bill sets no standards for training; it merely allows a sheriff to provide safety training to staff who already have concealed carry permits.  it also allows school districts to set a maximum number of staff who c






at x games aspen, pair of snowmobilers to attempt double-backflip


aspen — pioneering slednecks colten moore and heath frisby plan sunday to unleash the biggest trick ever thrown on a snowmobile: the implausible double backflip.since freestyle snowmobiling’s debut at aspen’s winter x games in 2007 — with kremmling rider chris burandt’s soaring a 92-foot backflip — a small army of thumb-throttling gladiators has pushed the sport to new heights. that progression will surge sunday, when texas phenom moore and idaho’s frisby will try the feat in the best trick finals, which has not been contested in aspen since 2013.“it’s gonna go down,” said frisby, who was the first to front flip a snowmobile, earning best trick gold in the 2012 x games. “it’s going to be awesome.”daniel petty, the denver postheath frisby competes in the snowmobile freestyle final during da






in first season of affiliation with avs, colorado eagles plug along – the denver


loveland — in late 2002, colorado eagles co-owner and general manager ralph backstrom gave me a tour of the under-construction budweiser events center. backstrom, the former nhl and world hockey ociation center and ex-university of denver coach, had pull. we cheated. we didn’t wear hardhats. the next year, the eagles began play in the central hockey league, and the full houses at the new arena quickly validated the minor-league hockey venture.through a move from the chl to the echl, the eagles have remained a popular member of the fort collins-loveland-windsor area’s sports scene, though sellouts in the 5,289-seat building no longer are automatic and the eagles are averaging about 500 under that. the operation took a turn this season, when the eagles finally be e affiliated with the avalan






donald "cowboy" cerrone falls in stunning upset to jorge masvidal


donald cerrone moseyed inside urday evening wearing a brimmed hat and a bolo tie, shaking hands with security guards in the hallways. outside, he hoped, his posse was handing out free cans of beer from an rv, 50 cases of it. “i’m a man of the people,” he said.the fighter known as “cowboy” is at least a man of colorado, a hometown veteran of the mixed martial arts who found the sport when he went looking for something more exciting than bull riding. more than 10 years after his first professional mma fight, a decade removed from dusty fights with sparse crowds along the front range, cerrone was back in denver, this time with an arena full of fans on his side.but the 33-year-old stepped into a street fight at the pepsi center on a nationally-televised card, as miami’s jorge masvidal stunned






as falcons return to big game, remembering the dirty birds


atlanta (ap) — the last time the atlanta falcons made it to the super bowl, they put on quite a show.just not when it mattered.the team known as the “dirty birds” capped off a remarkable season in 1998 by doing almost everything wrong once they claimed a spot in the big game.“i didn’t do a good enough job of making them understand that you don’t want to just be there,” said dan reeves, who was the falcons’ coach. “you want to win it.”most read storiesunlimited digital access. $1 for 4 weeks.in the lead-up to the super bowl, reeves actually got things rolling by unwittingly rekindling his ugly breakup with the denver broncos, who just happened to be atlanta’s opponent. then there was a dispute over the way the players got off the plane once they landed in miami. for some reason, receiver te






lawmakers try a new strategy to help bring condos back to colorado – the denver


a precision-strike approach at the state capitol to reform colorado’s construction defects laws — rather than a comprehensive, catch-all bill — may be the best way to jump-start a condo market that has fallen way behind the recent population boom in the metro area.so says the state’s top democratic lawmaker, house speaker crisanta duran, who this month helped introduce a bill that aims to ease insurance premiums for developers hoping to build multifamily, owner-occupied projects in colorado. it is a first step, she said, to modifying a system that has been blamed by some for scaring away condo builders by making it too easy for homeowners to sue over shoddy work.“​i think senate bill 45 represents a significant change that will have a big impact,” duran said last week. “for years we’ve hea






reclusive artist suddenly finds himself famous


this artists makes tiny models of 1950s utopian towns and then stages those models for pictures. he was reclusive, but when his p os went viral he was forced to come to grips with the change.full story at youtube.more great art. posted by josh urich






what oakland can learn from new york, la and colorado when it comes to warehouse


oakland — the deadly fire at an oakland warehouse last month exposed more than the charred steel structure inside the burned-out building. it ripped off the veil shrouding underground and diy spaces from the public’s eye, serving as a wake-up call for property owners and tenants alike.now oakland officials are considering solutions to a complicated problem: how to create a pathway for legalizing unpermitted residential units in commercial and industrial spaces while ensuring residents are not displaced in the process. the answer may lie, at least in part, in the examples of other cities.last month, council members lynette gibson mcelhaney, larry reid and noel gallo asked staff to review potential policy responses, including existing models in new york city, los angeles and colorado. it’s u






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cotswold chase: many clouds dies after beating thistlecrack at cheltenham


many clouds (right) finished strongly to beat thistlecrackmany clouds collapsed and died after narrowly beating thistlecrack to win the cotswold chase at cheltenham's festival trials day.king george winner thistlecrack caught many clouds close to the finish but the 2015 grand national winner, ridden by leighton aspell, fought back to win.many clouds collapsed after the winning post and was treated by veterinary staff before he was pronounced dead.trainer oliver sherwood said the 10-year-old was the "horse of a lifetime".many clouds, owned by trevor hemmings, also won the gold cup trial in 2015 and the hennessy gold cup in 2014."i always said he'd die for you, and he has today, doing what he loved most," said sherwood."he wanted to win that race, by god he wanted to win it - he was beat at






police truck gangster chase


zing mine games craft brings a new adventure in your life as a cop, police truck gangster chase will give you a chance to perform your duties as a police squad member. some criminals have escaped from the jail and you have to bring them back. this is a complete jail break mission which you have to foil by performing your duties. you have to chase them in your police car and can shoot if this case happens. this is a complete gang of thief and criminals and to save city from their wrath, you have to eradicate them as a good police officer. you have modern gprs system in your car from where you can trace them easily. you have to hit their car multiple times to get it exploded. you will can enjoy all driving, action and simulation in this one game. your duty do not end just capturing that g






iranian couple, syrian mother and baby stopped at dia as protesters rallied in m


married doctors from iran on their way home to portland, and a mother and her infant daughter back from syria, were detained for about two hours urday by border patrol officers at denver international airport after a flight from frankfurt, germany, then quietly released to continue their travels amid a larger protest in the heart of the airport terminal against the policies that stopped them.agents stopped to question dr. abolfazi mehdizadeh kashi, 62, and his wife, dr. shahla chaichian, 61, shortly after disembarking from a lufthansa flight from frankfurt. they were allowed to continue traveling after about two hours, attorneys who spoke with them said.“there is no reason for two respectable surgeons, married, in their 60s, to be detained,” said zahra kashi, abolfazi’s 53-year-old sister.






mascot makes the crowds cheer _ though he can't hear them


portland, maine — kamron king's goal as the mascot at portland high school is, of course, to make the crowds cheer — even though he can't hear them.the 15-year-old freshman, who began donning a bulldog suit at last fall's football games and now works the sidelines at basketball games, is deaf. but he said that doesn't interfere with his performances, other than the occasional need for someone to direct him toward young children in need of a high-five.the costume's heavy mask obscures his vision, and he can't hear when people want his attention. but he's making up for it by studying hard."i watched a couple videos of people being mascots, acting funny and whatnot," kamron said in response to questions translated by an asl interpreter. "i wondered if it was something i could do, and be the f






donald "cowboy" cerrone falls in stunning upset to jorge masvidal


donald cerrone moseyed inside urday evening wearing a brimmed hat and a bolo tie, shaking hands with security guards in the hallways. outside, he hoped, his posse was handing out free cans of beer from an rv, 50 cases of it. “i’m a man of the people,” he said.the fighter known as “cowboy” is at least a man of colorado, a hometown veteran of the mixed martial arts who found the sport when he went looking for something more exciting than bull riding. more than 10 years after his first professional mma bout, a decade removed from dusty fights with sparse crowds along the front range, cerrone was back in denver, this time with an arena full of fans on his side.but the 33-year-old stepped into a street fight at the pepsi center on a nationally-televised card, as miami’s jorge masvidal stunned c






colorado’s untenable child exploitation challenges


as child exploitation continues to grow, tools available to colorado’s criminal justice system to protect our children have been curtailed. that is the take-away from a string of recent events.over the past few weeks, an investigative unit targeting child predators has been shuttered, a police officer dedicated to fighting child prostitution found himself at the center of lawsuit due to his participation in a documentary, and a state senator linked to a sen ionalist blog that claimed california had legalized child prostitution — while proponents say the law in question is meant to combat that very issue by providing resources to prosecute anyone who forces children into slavery. when it comes to child exploitation, colorado faces untenable challenge that demands correction.when the jeffers






10 steps to handle relationship conflicts


every relationship experiences some conflict. some experience more than others, some are playful, and some are hateful. then there are those that are never ending patterns of conflict that seem impossible to break.if you do want to stop the cycle of conflict, consider these 10 steps to bring harmony back to your relationship. note that this doesn’t only apply to parents and friends, these can apply to conflicts at work as well.cool down time. if you’ve found yourself in a heated argument, the best thing you can do is walk away for a little while. blow off some steam with a walk or by talking things out with a clear headed friend. if you just need some rest, take a nap or a meditation nap.before going separate ways, take a deep breath and agree to discuss the issue later. the whole goal of