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$20,000 cabinet discovered in barn near Steamboat Springs - The Denver Post
A unique piece of folk art in the form of a wooden cabinet is fetching a $18,508 price tag now that it's been salvaged from a Routt County barn and appraised. Steamboat Moxie Home Consignments and Design owner Michelle Caragol said the store had been contacted in early June to pick up some furniture from a Stagecoach home and have it sold on consignment.
Hotels That Serve Glorified Prison Food For Breakfast
I've never been to prison, but I can't help but wonder if convicts get a nicer breakfast than what you find on the breakfast buffets at most American chain hotels these days. This year, I've had the displeasure of sampling the breakfast buffets at almost every major hotel chain, including Hampton Inn, Residence Inn, Holiday Inn Express, Hilton Garden Inn, Hyatt House, Westin and others.
Some of the most injured in Aurora massacre waited for help - The Denver Post
AURORA - While Aurora Police charged into a multiplex theater within three minutes of the first report of a shooting there, more than 20 additional minutes passed before medical personnel arrived at the epicenter, a period when at least one victim was still alive but in desperate need of medical attention.
Aurora theater shooting: Gun sales up since tragedy - The Denver Post
Background checks for people wanting to buy guns in Colorado jumped more than 41 percent after Friday morning's shooting at an Aurora movie theater, and firearms instructors say they're also seeing increased interest in the training required for a concealed-carry permit. "It's been insane," Jake Meyers, an employee at Rocky Mountain Guns and Ammo in Parker, said Monday.
Sampras expects Federer to beat Murray in final - The Denver Post
WIMBLEDON, England-Pete Sampras expects Roger Federer to beat Andy Murray in the Wimbledon final, allowing the Swiss star to tie two of the American's records: seven titles at the All England Club, and 286 weeks ranked No. 1. "Personally," Sampras said with a chuckle, "I've gotten used to Roger breaking my records."
How Twitter hashtags help during Colorado wildfires, other disasters
Hashtags are the simplest, but also among the most effective, tools Twitter offers when it comes to Colorado's plague of wildfires. If you're not new to Twitter, you know what a hashtag is. But if you don't, here's a quick look: A hashtag is any string of letter and numbers preceded immediately by a hash, or pound sign.
Newsroom | Office of Denver Mayor Michael B. Hancock
DENVER - Mayor Michael B. Hancock today appointed Rowena Alegría as Director of Communications. Alegría recently served as Editor and Publisher of The Denver Post's Viva Colorado and has nearly 20 years of experience in the fields of journalism and communications.
Boulder's famous 'falling bear' killed on U.S. 36 - The Denver Post
The bear famously tranquilized on the University of Colorado campus last week, and immortalized in a viral photo by CU student Andy Duann, met a tragic death early Thursday in the Denver-bound lanes of U.S. 36. Colorado Parks and Wildlife officials said a 280-pound black bear that died on U.S.