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drilling in piceance basin in northwest colorado picking up – the denver post


grand junction, colo. — after years of sliding downhill, energy producers have increased plans for drilling in a major basin in northwest colorado.as many as eight rigs could be operating this spring in the piceance basin, said industry officials who spoke to the daily sentinel.industry officials, however, also note that drilling activity is tightly tied to the price of natural gas. while they might have made drilling plans for a period of years, they now are making them on tighter schedules that are more tuned to costs and the prices that natural gas can fetch, the officials said.laramie energy is now running one rig and will go to two rigs in may. “if gas prices hold up, we may add two more rigs in the fall,” said robert boswell, laramie chairman and chief executive officer.terra energy






oil, gas drilling picks up in western colorado in 2017


grand junction, colo. (ap) — figures show oil and gas drilling activity in western colorado is at its highest pace in several years, with no signs of slowing down in 2018.the daily sentinel reports colorado oil and gas conservation commission data through dec. 8 shows drilling had begun on 113 wells so far this year in mesa county, the most since 225 well starts there in 2008, the peak year of drilling activity in western colorado’s piceance (pee’-ants) basin.garfield county has had 277 well starts this year through dec. 8, up from 161 for all of last year.garfield and mesa rank second and third statewide in drilling activity, far behind the 1,203 well starts so far this year in weld county. colorado has seen 1,741 well starts through dec. 8 of this year.most read storiesunlimited digital






oil rebound pushes drilling rigs deeper into colorado neighborhoods – the denver


oil and gas producers in the denver-julesburg basin were forced to take two steps back after oil prices cratered in late 2014. but they are preparing to take a big leap forward in 2017, doubling the number of rigs drilling and budgeting 70 percent more to find oil and gas.“it feels like the producers are picking up where they left off. there is a resurgence from recent lows in investment,” said taylor cavey, an energy analyst with s&p global platts in denver.but as rigs return, so too will conflicts with communities and homeowners, as more activity pushes into places such as broomfield and aurora, which aren’t accustomed to drilling. some of strongest gains in drilling permit requests this year are coming in northern adams, arapahoe and larimer counties, and weld county’s more urban southw






a-basin, loveland making snow with aim of october opening


denver (ap) — the race to become the first ski resort in colorado to open for the season has begun.loveland and arapahoe basin have fired up their snow guns in the hope of opening sometime next month. loveland spokesman john sellers tells the denver post that 4 inches (10.2 centimeters) of snow fell at the resort saturday, and cool, dry conditions allowed crews to begin spraying man-made snow early monday morning.he says the resort will open as soon as there is an 18-inch (45.7-centimeter) base and tree-to-tree coverage.a-basin started making snow sunday night.most read storiesunlimited digital access. $1 for 4 weeks.chris linsmayer, a spokesman for colorado ski country usa, says a-basin and loveland are typically the first ski resorts in the state to open.






the resurgence of oil and gas drilling in colorado (2 letters)


rj sangosti, denver post filea rebound in oil prices is spurring increased drilling in colorado.re: “welcome back, oil and gas — we’re happy to compromise,” march 31 editorial.in the editorial celebrating of the “great news” of a resurgence of oil and gas drilling, the denver post neglected to mention the most powerful impact of increased drilling: the effects on climate change. are we so short-sighted as a species that we can think only of increased state revenue and ignore the long-term consequences of burning more fossil fuels? the companies that profit from oil and gas drilling do not pay for the devastating wildfires, droughts and loss of snow that colorado has been suffering. are these really something we should be celebrating? let’s celebrate instead the growth of colorado’s clean e






a growing economy presents an enviable challenge to employers – the denver post


colorado’s economy is in a pretty good spot. companies are expanding their work forces and workplaces and unemployment is at its lowest rate — about 3 percent in the first quarter of 2017 — in more than 15 years.the construction, tourism and health care industries are expected to grow this year, according to the 2017 colorado business economic outlook from the university of colorado boulder. the outlook calls for colorado to gain 63,400 jobs, which represents a 2.4 percent rate of growth, ahead of the estimated 2.2 percent rate for 2016.even oil and gas producers are predicting work will expand in 2017. firms in the denver-julesburg basin plan to double the number of rigs drilling and are budgeting 70 percent more to find oil and gas.employment analysts say colorado should rank among the t






walton family foundation pledges $20 million to colorado river conservation – th


the walton family foundation said monday it will donate $20 million for the restoration and protection of the ever-depleting colorado river,  a move state river basin leaders have called a major step forward for a body of water dangerously close to running dry.this initial investment represents the first of what the foundation said will amount to more than $100 million by 2020. the foundation has also pledged $15 million to support the restoration of the mississippi river delta.the colorado river, which serves seven states in the u.s., including drought-torn states like california and arizona, is drying up. lake mead, one of the biggest water suppliers for the river’s lower basin, loses 1.2 million acre feet a year,  and lake powell, which serves upper basin states like colorado, isn’t muc






welcome back, oil and gas -- we're happy to compromise


the denver post’s aldo svaldi reported great news for colorado’s economy last sunday: the oil and gas industry is firing up its drilling rigs again and planning to invest more than $4 billion in colorado this year.that will not only mean more jobs with the seven public companies that disclosed their plans to ramp up operations, it will mean sub-contractors will be flush with business, an uptick in state revenue and an increased supply of domestic products at the very moment foreign actors work to reduce supply and drive oil prices back up.“we have hired quite a few people that were laid off in previous years and we are looking at adding a second shift,” todd erickson, the owner of one drilling supply company, told svaldi.the news also presents inevitable challenges, and we can certainly un






northwest colorado shaken by earthquake


a 3.5-magnitude earthquake shook extreme northwest colorado on saturday morning, alarming residents in the town of rangely.“it felt like an explosion, honestly,” said miranda hayes, a rangely police department dispatcher. “everything in the office rattled and shook. it just felt like — i don’t know, it was scary.”the united states geological survey in golden confirmed the quake, which happened at about 11 a.m. just outside of rangely. it was at a depth of about six kilometers (3.7 miles).hayes said there were no reports of serious damage in rangely — a town of about 2,000 people that’s 90 miles north of grand junction — though some business had alarms going off. one business, she said, reported having some broken glass.“my phone lines lit up after it happened,” hayes said. “people wanted t






colorado city warned against oil, gas drilling moratorium


boulder, colo. (ap) — colorado’s association of oil and gas developers is warning that a moratorium on drilling in a community outside denver could lead to expensive lawsuits funded by taxpayers.the boulder daily camera reports (http://bit.ly/2yfe6hs ) the lafayette city council plans to discuss the proposed yearlong moratorium tuesday.colorado oil and gas association president dan haley says courts in colorado repeatedly have struck down local prohibitions against drilling. he urges lafayette officials in statement to find other solutions to their concerns besides a moratorium.lafayette is a community of about 24,000 people in boulder county between boulder and denver.most read storiesunlimited digital access. $1 for 4 weeks.a boulder county moratorium expired in may. since then, two comp






colorado appeals court says state must protect health and environment before all


the colorado court of appeals sided with a group of teenagers thursday, reversing a lower court and elevating protection of public health and the environment to “a condition that must be fulfilled” by the state before oil and gas drilling can be done.the ruling by appeals court judges — in a case that drew heavy state and industry legal opposition — reinterprets the mission of the colorado oil and gas conservation commission to require more than balancing industry interests with protection of people and the environment.colorado lawmakers created the cogcc to regulate oil and gas development, which has led to drilling more than 50,000 wells in the state, including thousands near people north of metro denver and hundreds inside municipal limits in cities such as erie and greeley.state lawmak






colorado appeals court says state must protect health and environment before all


the colorado court of appeals sided with a group of teenagers thursday, reversing a lower court and elevating protection of public health and the environment to “a condition that must be fulfilled” by the state before oil and gas drilling can be done.the ruling by appeals court judges — in a case that drew heavy state and industry legal opposition — reinterprets the mission of the colorado oil and gas conservation commission to require more than balancing industry interests with protection of people and the environment.colorado lawmakers created the cogcc to regulate oil and gas development, which has led to drilling more than 50,000 wells in the state, including thousands near people north of metro denver and hundreds inside municipal limits in cities such as greeley.state lawmakers charg






denver-based jagged peak energy shares face rough launch – the denver post


jagged peak energy expected to price its initial public offering at $16 to $18 a share, but debuted instead at $15 a share on friday, only to drop as low as $13.83 a share before recovering.shares of the denver-based independent oil and gas producer, which trade on the new york stock exchange under the ticker jag, closed monday at $14.50.the company raised $494 million, below the $719.2 million it could have raised had investors accepted $18 a share. the company, in its registration statement, said it plans to use proceeds to repay a $132 million credit line and to fund a $580 million drilling program in the southern delaware basin.the west texas basin is one of the test in the country, with multiple formations stacked on top of each other, which contributes to a lower cost for each barrel






air force falcons win over colorado sate rams, 45 to 28 – the denver post


a denver post staff photojournalist for the past 20 years, andy cross studied photojournalism at both the colorado institute of art and the metropolitan state college of denver. in addition to covering daily assignments and photo projects, he has covered major colorado news and sporting events, including the columbine and aurora mass shootings, forest fires, flooding, 2008 democratic national convention, two super bowls and the world series.






colorado state baseball 5a championships – the denver post


a denver post staff photojournalist for the past 20 years, andy cross studied photojournalism at both the colorado institute of art and the metropolitan state college of denver. in addition to covering daily assignments and photo projects, he has covered major colorado news and sporting events, including the columbine and aurora mass shootings, forest fires, flooding, 2008 democratic national convention, two super bowls and the world series.






encana to maintain major u.s. office presence in denver through at least 2026 –


courtesy of brookfield property partnersencana corp. has signed a lease to occupy 334,000 square feet in republic plaza, the tallest building in denver.despite selling off its oil and gas properties in colorado’s denver-julesberg basin last year, encana is sticking around denver.the calgary-based energy company has signed a lease to keep its main u.s. office in the mile high city through at least 2026, officials confirmed late tuesday. encana will occupy about 334,000 square feet in republic plaza, the tallest building in denver and the company’s home since 2004.the denver office will continue to oversee encana’s u.s. operations, the core of which is now in texas’ permian basin and eagle ford, a company spokesman said. its denver workforce currently numbers around 650.“we realize that peop






big slide in oil prices casts shadow over u.s. drilling recovery – the denver po


rj sangosti, denver post fileafter a two year pause, oil and gas drilling is ready to ramp up in a big way. but a drop in oil prices could chill that recovery.  the photo shows a drilling rig in erie in 2015.just when oil prices seemed high enough to spur a sustainable revival in domestic drilling, including in colorado, a surge in u.s. petroleum stockpiles and a warning from saudi arabia’s energy minister pushed them sharply lower this week.west texas intermediate crude prices dropped from $54.45 to $49.05 in a few days, effectively wiping out gains that followed a nov. 29 deal among saudi arabia, russia and several other countries to slash production by 1.6 million barrels a day.“saudi arabia will not allow itself to be used by others,” the country’s energy minister, khalid al-falih, war






more than 100 attend pro-trump rally at colorado state capitol – the denver post


a denver post staff photojournalist for the past 20 years, andy cross studied photojournalism at both the colorado institute of art and the metropolitan state college of denver. in addition to covering daily assignments and photo projects, he has covered major colorado news and sporting events, including the columbine and aurora mass shootings, forest fires, flooding, 2008 democratic national convention, two super bowls and the world series.






environment groups urge hickenlooper not to fight appeals court ruling that prio


colorado environment groups on monday urged gov. john hickenlooper not to fight a recent appeals court ruling requiring state officials to make sure public health, safety and the environment are protected before allowing oil and gas drilling.hickenlooper has been reviewing the colorado court of appeals ruling and didn’t commit.the colorado petroleum council, a division of the american petroleum institute, the oil and gas industry’s largest trade association, said hickenlooper would be “well-backed” in any legal challenge.the environment groups, earthjustice and conservation colorado, pointed to the fatal house explosion in firestone caused by a severed oil and gas industry pipeline and to failed efforts by state lawmakers to shield schoolchildren better against drilling, asking hickenloope






cinco de mayo celebration in denver – the denver post


a denver post staff photojournalist for the past 20 years, andy cross studied photojournalism at both the colorado institute of art and the metropolitan state college of denver. in addition to covering daily assignments and photo projects, he has covered major colorado news and sporting events, including the columbine and aurora mass shootings, forest fires, flooding, 2008 democratic national convention, two super bowls and the world series.






denver bike to work day 2017 – the denver post


a denver post staff photojournalist for the past 20 years, andy cross studied photojournalism at both the colorado institute of art and the metropolitan state college of denver. in addition to covering daily assignments and photo projects, he has covered major colorado news and sporting events, including the columbine and aurora mass shootings, forest fires, flooding, 2008 democratic national convention, two super bowls and the world series.






colorado snowpack setting above average thanks to late march storms, according t


late-march snowfall in the high country rescued a flagging snowpack, buoying every river basin in colorado above normal despite below-average precipitation for the month.the warm and dry weather in early march triggered an early melt, marked by some of the strongest streamflows for the month in decades, but powerful storms at the end of the month left the statewide snowpack sitting at 107 percent of normal, according to the natural resource conservation service’s colorado water supply outlook report for april 1.most colorado river basins typically see snowpacks growing into the middle of april. but the unseasonably early warmth in early march changed that, with the melt beginning weeks earlier than normal. all of the state’s major river basins saw snowpack declines of 20 percent to 40 perc






$14.5 million in 3 years – the denver post


jon murray is the denver post's city hall reporter. his coverage focuses on denver mayor michael hancock, the workings of the city council and city's government interactions with denver's people, from neighborhood issues to regulation of the marijuana industry. a colorado native, he joined the denver post in 2014 after reporting on city government and the legal system for the indianapolis star.






denver council advances 10 p.m. closing time for marijuana stores – the denver p


jon murray is the denver post's city hall reporter. his coverage focuses on denver mayor michael hancock, the workings of the city council and city's government interactions with denver's people, from neighborhood issues to regulation of the marijuana industry. a colorado native, he joined the denver post in 2014 after reporting on city government and the legal system for the indianapolis star.






colorado’s “forced-pooling” law needs some updates – the denver post


colorado’s “forced-pooling” statute — which enables oil and gas drillers to assemble large tracts of mineral rights — has been around since the 1930s. while it has served the state well, it is time to revisit and revise the rule.under the statute, an operator can gain access to a property owner’s oil and gas rights, even if that landowner is opposed to selling or leasing. as reported nearby in our pages, critics call forced pooling a form of corporate eminent domain.colorado and 32 other states, mainly oil and gas producers, have adopted rules on spacing wells and forced pooling to avoid drilling frenzies and ensure that all mineral rights holders are compensated.but much has changed in the last 80 years. oil and gas drilling in colorado now relies on horizontal wells that can extend for t






occupy denver activists interrupt city council meeting again to call for repeal


jon murray is the denver post's city hall reporter. his coverage focuses on denver mayor michael hancock, the workings of the city council and city's government interactions with denver's people, from neighborhood issues to regulation of the marijuana industry. a colorado native, he joined the denver post in 2014 after reporting on city government and the legal system for the indianapolis star.






should oil and gas drilling be farther from schools? colorado house says yes – t


statehouse reporter brian eason joined the post from the indianapolis star, where he covered city hall for the news outlet's watchdog team beginning in 2014. before that, he was an investigative reporter at the clarion-ledger in jackson, miss., and covered local government at the leaf-chronicle in clarksville, tenn. he graduated in 2009 from the university of missouri with degrees in journalism and political science.






it’s already dangerously dry in colorado. here are 7 ways humans caused wildfire


breaking news reporter. he has worked at the denver post since the summer of 2014, covering cops, courts, politics, environment, skiing and everything in between. he loves telling stories about colorado's mountain towns and the eastern plains and wants to make sure our newspaper's great work extends into their communities.






28-year-old man arrested in pair of 2015 colorado springs sex assaults – the den


breaking news reporter. he has worked at the denver post since the summer of 2014, covering cops, courts, politics, environment, skiing and everything in between. he loves telling stories about colorado's mountain towns and the eastern plains and wants to make sure our newspaper's great work extends into their communities.






first robotics 2017 regional competition – the denver post


a denver post staff photojournalist for the past 20 years, andy cross studied photojournalism at both the colorado institute of art and the metropolitan state college of denver. in addition to covering daily assignments and photo projects, he has covered major colorado news and sporting events, including the columbine and aurora mass shootings, forest fires, flooding, 2008 democratic national convention, two super bowls and the world series.






burning fuel tanker on interstate 25 – the denver post


a denver post staff photojournalist for the past 20 years, andy cross studied photojournalism at both the colorado institute of art and the metropolitan state college of denver. in addition to covering daily assignments and photo projects, he has covered major colorado news and sporting events, including the columbine and aurora mass shootings, forest fires, flooding, 2008 democratic national convention, two super bowls and the world series.






dog shot by suspect in colorado springs home-invasion robbery, police say – the


breaking news reporter. he has worked at the denver post since the summer of 2014, covering cops, courts, politics, environment, skiing and everything in between. he loves telling stories about colorado's mountain towns and the eastern plains and wants to make sure our newspaper's great work extends into their communities.






northeast colorado wildfire that burned 32,546 acres listed at 95 percent contai


breaking news reporter. he has worked at the denver post since the summer of 2014, covering cops, courts, politics, environment, skiing and everything in between. he loves telling stories about colorado's mountain towns and the eastern plains and wants to make sure our newspaper's great work extends into their communities.






dia and bid team on massive terminal project are closer to reaching deal, spokes


jon murray is the denver post's city hall reporter. his coverage focuses on denver mayor michael hancock, the workings of the city council and city's government interactions with denver's people, from neighborhood issues to regulation of the marijuana industry. a colorado native, he joined the denver post in 2014 after reporting on city government and the legal system for the indianapolis star.






global warming is drying up the colorado river — vital to 40 million people – th


global warming is already shrinking the colorado river, the most important waterway in the american southwest, and it could reduce the flow by more than a third by the end of the century, two scientists say.the river’s volume has dropped more than 19 percent during a drought gripping the region since 2000, and a shortage of rain and snow can account for only about two-thirds of that decline, according to hydrology researchers brad udall of colorado state university and jonathan overpeck of the university of arizona.in a study published last week in the journal water resources research, they concluded that the rest of the decline is due to a warming atmosphere induced by climate change, which is drawing more moisture out of the colorado river basin’s waterways, snowbanks, plants and soil by






fugitive arrested in texas for 1977 denver murder returned to colorado – the den


kirk mitchell is a general assignment reporter at the denver post who focuses on criminal justice stories. he began working at the newspaper in 1998, after writing for newspapers in mesa, ariz., and twin falls, idaho, and the associated press in salt lake city. mitchell first started writing the cold case blog in fall 2007, in part because colorado has more than 1,400 unsolved homicides.






weather and science day 2017 at coors field – the denver post


a denver post staff photojournalist for the past 20 years, andy cross studied photojournalism at both the colorado institute of art and the metropolitan state college of denver. in addition to covering daily assignments and photo projects, he has covered major colorado news and sporting events, including the columbine and aurora mass shootings, forest fires, flooding, 2008 democratic national convention, two super bowls and the world series.






cynthia coffman is exploring if there is a path to victory for her in colorado’s


politics reporter. he has worked at the denver post since the summer of 2014, covering cops, courts, politics, environment, skiing and everything in between. he loves telling stories about colorado's mountain towns and the eastern plains and wants to make sure our newspaper's great work extends into their communities.






colorado ag says she has invited jeff sessions’ staff to see the state’s recreat


breaking news reporter. he has worked at the denver post since the summer of 2014, covering cops, courts, politics, environment, skiing and everything in between. he loves telling stories about colorado's mountain towns and the eastern plains and wants to make sure our newspaper's great work extends into their communities.






colorado driver’s licenses can’t be issued statewide because of weather-related


breaking news reporter. he has worked at the denver post since the summer of 2014, covering cops, courts, politics, environment, skiing and everything in between. he loves telling stories about colorado's mountain towns and the eastern plains and wants to make sure our newspaper's great work extends into their communities.






colorado sex assault and stalking victims can break their residential leases und


breaking news reporter. he has worked at the denver post since the summer of 2014, covering cops, courts, politics, environment, skiing and everything in between. he loves telling stories about colorado's mountain towns and the eastern plains and wants to make sure our newspaper's great work extends into their communities.






colorado federal inmate convicted of prison assaults in florence, englewood faci


breaking news reporter. he has worked at the denver post since the summer of 2014, covering cops, courts, politics, environment, skiing and everything in between. he loves telling stories about colorado's mountain towns and the eastern plains and wants to make sure our newspaper's great work extends into their communities.






denver man down on his luck wins $50k lotto prize


the colorado lottery said adam h. was staying at a rescue mission when he won $50,000 on a scratch-off ticket.(photo: colorado lottery) 1445 connectlinkedinemailmoredenver - a man staying at a rescue mission in denver won $50,000 on a colorado lottery scratch-off ticket.the colorado lottery announced adam h.'s big win in a thursday facebook post."adam h. from denver fell on hard times recently and was staying at the denver rescue mission," the post said. "he could hardly contain his excitement over winning $50,000 playing poker celebration!"the $50,000 takeaway is the game's top prize. the odds of winning are 1 in 520,000.adam h. told the lottery his family is everything to him, and he plans to use the prize money to move back to kentucky so he can be with his daughter and have a "fresh st






denver man down on his luck wins $50k lotto prize


the colorado lottery said adam h. was staying at a rescue mission when he won $50,000 on a scratch-off ticket.(photo: colorado lottery) 1450 connectlinkedinemailmoredenver - a man staying at a rescue mission in denver won $50,000 on a colorado lottery scratch-off ticket.the colorado lottery announced adam h.'s big win in a thursday facebook post."adam h. from denver fell on hard times recently and was staying at the denver rescue mission," the post said. "he could hardly contain his excitement over winning $50,000 playing poker celebration!"the $50,000 takeaway is the game's top prize. the odds of winning are 1 in 520,000.adam h. told the lottery his family is everything to him, and he plans to use the prize money to move back to kentucky so he can be with his daughter and have a "fresh st






denver man down on his luck wins $50k lotto prize


the colorado lottery said adam h. was staying at a rescue mission when he won $50,000 on a scratch-off ticket.(photo: colorado lottery) 1454 connectlinkedinemailmoredenver - a man staying at a rescue mission in denver won $50,000 on a colorado lottery scratch-off ticket.the colorado lottery announced adam h.'s big win in a thursday facebook post."adam h. from denver fell on hard times recently and was staying at the denver rescue mission," the post said. "he could hardly contain his excitement over winning $50,000 playing poker celebration!"the $50,000 takeaway is the game's top prize. the odds of winning are 1 in 520,000.adam h. told the lottery his family is everything to him, and he plans to use the prize money to move back to kentucky so he can be with his daughter and have a "fresh st






denver man down on his luck wins $50k lotto prize


the colorado lottery said adam h. was staying at a rescue mission when he won $50,000 on a scratch-off ticket.(photo: colorado lottery) 1455 connectlinkedinemailmoredenver - a man staying at a rescue mission in denver won $50,000 on a colorado lottery scratch-off ticket.the colorado lottery announced adam h.'s big win in a thursday facebook post."adam h. from denver fell on hard times recently and was staying at the denver rescue mission," the post said. "he could hardly contain his excitement over winning $50,000 playing poker celebration!"the $50,000 takeaway is the game's top prize. the odds of winning are 1 in 520,000.adam h. told the lottery his family is everything to him, and he plans to use the prize money to move back to kentucky so he can be with his daughter and have a "fresh st






denver man down on his luck wins $50k lotto prize


the colorado lottery said adam h. was staying at a rescue mission when he won $50,000 on a scratch-off ticket.(photo: colorado lottery) 1456 connectlinkedinemailmoredenver - a man staying at a rescue mission in denver won $50,000 on a colorado lottery scratch-off ticket.the colorado lottery announced adam h.'s big win in a thursday facebook post."adam h. from denver fell on hard times recently and was staying at the denver rescue mission," the post said. "he could hardly contain his excitement over winning $50,000 playing poker celebration!"the $50,000 takeaway is the game's top prize. the odds of winning are 1 in 520,000.adam h. told the lottery his family is everything to him, and he plans to use the prize money to move back to kentucky so he can be with his daughter and have a "fresh st






denver man down on his luck wins $50k lotto prize


the colorado lottery said adam h. was staying at a rescue mission when he won $50,000 on a scratch-off ticket.(photo: colorado lottery) 1440 connectlinkedinemailmoredenver - a man staying at a rescue mission in denver won $50,000 on a colorado lottery scratch-off ticket.the colorado lottery announced adam h.'s big win in a thursday facebook post."adam h. from denver fell on hard times recently and was staying at the denver rescue mission," the post said. "he could hardly contain his excitement over winning $50,000 playing poker celebration!"the $50,000 takeaway is the game's top prize. the odds of winning are 1 in 520,000.adam h. told the lottery his family is everything to him, and he plans to use the prize money to move back to kentucky so he can be with his daughter and have a "fresh st






denver man down on his luck wins $50k lotto prize


the colorado lottery said adam h. was staying at a rescue mission when he won $50,000 on a scratch-off ticket.(photo: colorado lottery) 1454 connectlinkedinemailmoredenver - a man staying at a rescue mission in denver won $50,000 on a colorado lottery scratch-off ticket.the colorado lottery announced adam h.'s big win in a thursday facebook post."adam h. from denver fell on hard times recently and was staying at the denver rescue mission," the post said. "he could hardly contain his excitement over winning $50,000 playing poker celebration!"the $50,000 takeaway is the game's top prize. the odds of winning are 1 in 520,000.adam h. told the lottery his family is everything to him, and he plans to use the prize money to move back to kentucky so he can be with his daughter and have a "fresh st






denver man down on his luck wins $50k lotto prize


the colorado lottery said adam h. was staying at a rescue mission when he won $50,000 on a scratch-off ticket.(photo: colorado lottery) 1441 connectlinkedinemailmoredenver - a man staying at a rescue mission in denver won $50,000 on a colorado lottery scratch-off ticket.the colorado lottery announced adam h.'s big win in a thursday facebook post."adam h. from denver fell on hard times recently and was staying at the denver rescue mission," the post said. "he could hardly contain his excitement over winning $50,000 playing poker celebration!"the $50,000 takeaway is the game's top prize. the odds of winning are 1 in 520,000.adam h. told the lottery his family is everything to him, and he plans to use the prize money to move back to kentucky so he can be with his daughter and have a "fresh st