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Local NewsDenver Mayor Michael Hancock flubs name of CSU football coach McElwain

09/03/2014 09:06 AM MDT
It was an honest mistake, explained the mayor, a big football fan who happens to hold a degree from a University of Colorado campus. 
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Tejay van Garderen wins Stage 3 of USA Pro Challenge, claims yellow jersey
08/20/2014 11:40 PM MDT - The evil "queen stage" of the USA Pro Challenge took riders 96 miles from Gunnison over Monarch Pass at 11,213 feet on the Continental Divide, down to Salida and back up to Monarch Mountain. But the nearly four-hour grind that unfolded over 155 kilometers was decided with one kilometer to go. Full Story

Robin Carpenter wins wet, wild Stage 2 of USA Pro Challenge
08/19/2014 11:42 PM MDT - Throughout Stage 2 of the USA Pro Challenge, BMC cyclists had led the way, doing the work to keep the peloton in close contact with breaks and expending precious energy. Garmin-Sharp riders, executing their morning race plan, waited for their moment to set up Golden's Alex Howes for a stage win.  Full Story

Kiel Reijnen takes Stage 1 of USA Pro Challenge; Boulder's Alex Howes finishes second
08/19/2014 01:24 AM MDT - On the eve of the USA Pro Challenge, Golden High School grad Alex Howes said his role for Garmin-Sharp this week would be to support team leader Tom Danielson but added that he had "earmarked" a couple stages he thought he could win. One, he said, was Monday's opening stage. Full Story

Boulder Cycle Sport acquires Pro Peloton, plans to reopen bike shop
08/18/2014 10:22 AM MDT - Nearly three months after closing its doors, the local retailer of high-end road bikes is expected to open this week under new ownership. Full Story

Jack Graham fired as CSU athletic director, calls decision "surprising," "disappointing"
08/12/2014 02:12 PM MDT - Colorado State University president Tony Frank on Friday announced the firing of athletic director Jack Graham, saying it had become clear the two men had irreconcilable differences of opinion about the direction of the department. Full Story

Barley's Angels, Boulder County Bombers team up to promote derby, beer
08/04/2014 02:29 PM MDT - Ever wonder which beer pairs with your favorite cupcake? Find out with Barley's Angels and the Boulder County Bombers derby team tonight at 7 p.m. at Sanitas Brewing Company for their event, Cupcakes and Cold Ones. Full Story

Howell: Danielle Kehoe's victory years in the making
08/03/2014 09:20 PM MDT - Bunny Kehoe admits that years ago she worried that her daughter, Danielle, might be a little out of control with her passion for triathlons. Full Story

Boulder Ironman fans pack viewing areas to cheer on competitors
08/03/2014 08:59 PM MDT - The athletes swimming, biking and running in Boulder's inaugural Ironman today had lots of support from cheering, cowbell ringing, sign-waving fans as they made their way through the city. Full Story

Undergarments unleashed ahead of Ironman Boulder
08/01/2014 09:35 AM MDT - Boulder's first-ever Underpants Run didn't leave much to the imagination of downtown spectators, as a thundering herd of about 200, all clad in their knickers and briefs, stampeded down Pearl Street on Thursday evening for a lighthearted jaunt ahead of Sunday's grueling 140.6-mile Ironman race. Full Story

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College footballCU football: Buffs making progress offensively

However, Lindgren looking for more in run game, on scoreboard
Brian Lindgren likes what he is seeing from the Colorado offense, but he's not satisfied. The Buffaloes' offensive coordinator has overseen an offense that has gained more than 400 total yards of production for three straight weeks. Full Story
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College footballCU football: Buffs making progress offensively

However, Lindgren looking for more in run game, on scoreboard
Brian Lindgren likes what he is seeing from the Colorado offense, but he's not satisfied. The Buffaloes' offensive coordinator has overseen an offense that has gained more than 400 total yards of production for three straight weeks. Full Story
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Second Story Garage: Slow Caves

Slow Caves has an image, and that's a great advantage when you're a new band. Identity usually comes slow and by default in the textbook cycle of band life. But it came almost from the outset for this Fort Collins quintet, and its SoCal sheen, youthful swagger and skateboard cool seem, if not intentional, at least immediate to the project. Full Story