Denver airport expansion gets bigger; 39 gates to be added

November 1, 2017

(Photo: Getty Images/iStockphoto) DENVER (AP) — Denver International Airport officials have increased the number of gates they plan to add in an upcoming expansion, saying they’re needed to handle a growing number of airlines and routes. Airport officials had planned to add 26 gates but now look to build 39 by 2021. The project will cost up to $1.5 billion, The Denver Post reports . "The airlines are all growing,"…

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Kiszla: While the Avs have a bad case of the blues, the Denver Pioneers rule this hockey town

October 20, 2017

Daniel Brenner, Special to the Denver Post As Paul Stastny glided across the ice of his old stomping grounds in Denver, and flicked a beauty of a wrist shot that beat the Avalanche’s Jonathan Bernier at the far post for a goal, the lamp was lit so brightly the truth was plain to see. Denver is a great hockey town. Always has been. Always will be. But hockey greatness in…

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Denver’s first snow of the season is on the way: what you need to know

October 8, 2017

DENVER – Denver will see its first snowfall of the year Sunday night into Monday. This storm will bring accumulating snow, gusty winds, and cold temperatures to Colorado. TIMING Sunday morning will be sunny, warm, and breezy statewide. The storm starts to inch its way into the northwest corner of Colorado by Sunday afternoon and will quickly travel southeast. The Front Range will notice cloud cover building in and winds…

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Denver veterans split on controversy surrounding kneeling during national anthem

DENVER — Broncos fans have a wide range of opinions when it comes to NFL players taking a knee during the national anthem but it may be the opinions of those who fought for our country that matter the most. Wounded five times in Vietnam, Dennis Johnson still supports NFL players’ right to protest during the national anthem,"When I first got back from Vietnam the only thing I really got…

September 26, 2017
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Denver Broncos fans tailgate like true pros

September 13, 2017

DENVER — On game day, Denver Broncos fans come in trucks, vans, limos and even school buses. And they bring everything from “shotskis” to ice sculptures. Hard-core tailgaters came from far and wide to support the Broncos at the first game of the regular season at Mile High. This group had an impressive set up on the south side of the stadium. Ron and Terri Clark don’t even live in…

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Denver Public Schools, teachers union reach 5-year contract agreement

September 1, 2017

DENVER — Denver Public Schools and the Denver Classroom Teachers Association reached a five-year collective bargaining agreement early Friday morning, officials said. The previous master agreement expired at midnight. The deal includes more than a 5 percent increase in teacher compensation this school year. All teachers will receive $1,400 as an increase to their base pay, and Title I teachers who do no receive the pro comp incentive will receive…

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Let’s Take A Look At Three More Great Restaurants In Denver Colorado

August 21, 2017

If there is one city that we may have been to the most when it comes to these virtual restaurant visits, it could easily be Denver. I have taken you to quite a few establishments in the Mile High City, as well as some attractions. Well, it is time to take a close look at three more Denver restaurants. In case you are wondering, it would take about another 500…

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‘London Calling’ at Fox Valley Beaux Arts annual fashion show

August 19, 2017

Get your virtual passport and enjoy the ambience of London at this year’s Fox Valley Beaux Arts luncheon and fashion show. The fun and destination begins on Saturday, Sept. 16, at the Elgin Country Club, 2575 Weld Road in Elgin. The itinerary is set at 11 a.m. with a silent auction, raffles and vendors with a luncheon at 12:30 p.m. Guests also will enjoy a fashion show featuring the unique…

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This Fashion Show Gets Criticized for Featuring Plus Size Models

August 7, 2017

Sports Illustrated Swimsuit launched their first ever swimwear line designed for every woman during Miami Swim Week. In the show, women over size 18 were featured but not everyone was happy. A debate sparked in Australia when columnist of The Daily Telegraph Soraiya Fuda wrote how women over size 18 don’t belong on the runway. In her article she said, “But it seems to the women who appeared to be…

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Importance of Donating Money to Charity Denver Co

March 21, 2017

Are you thinking of donating money to charity in Denver Co? Donating money is the best thing you can do, especially if you don’t have the time to volunteer. There are some economical factors that may hinder you from donating money, but this does not mean that you should stop being charitable. You will reap some of the best rewards if you continue donating money to a charity. The following…

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