The R-Line. Dumb. What’s it supposed to hint or mean? “Ruh-Roar-Ruh?”
Curtis Cotton Jr.’s legacy continues to live on at Rangeview High School in the form of the annual Curtis Cotton Memorial 3-on-3 Basketball Tournament, which is set for Saturday.
Greg Bird had the look of a future Major League Baseball player when he was slugging away in Aurora for Grandview High School.
It’s NOT the “ah-nah-muhs” River. You sound silly saying that. Like people who say “call-ah-rah-doh.”
The Aurora Sports Park and other venues around the city will be put through its paces by more than 1,000 Special Olympics athletes, unified partners and volunteer coaches on Saturday during Special Olympics Colorado’s annual Summer Classic.
Here’s my prediction on whom Donald Trump will alienate tonight and in what order: 1. Muslims who aren’t terrorists or rug importers 2. Latinos who aren’t rapists or stupid 3. Veterans who weren’t killed in the line of duty 4. Anyone who has used birth control 5. Intellectuals and those with an IQ over 100 […]
We still send people like Holmes to their death despite the fact that their crimes are driven by their psychosis, and not anything that makes sense to well people
Three Aurora prep football teams get an extra boost during Friday Night Lights in the 2015 season with games included in Altitude television’s just announced lineup.
If you think a hike in the minimum wage is just about a bunch of shiftless whiners who don’t deserve $12 an hour to clean toilets, feed old people in nursing homes or ring up your groceries, modern-day Hoovervilles is what that kind of thinking buys your fellow humans in and around Aurora
Missy Franklin stays winning, even when her car is on a tow truck. The graduate of Aurora’s Regis Jesuit High School — who just turned pro after swimming two seasons at the University of California-Berkeley — won the award for Best Female College Athlete at the 23rd annual ESPY awards Wednesday in Los Angeles, though she couldn’t make […]