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When I first moved to Colorado I happened to come upon an abandoned building with a fellow photographer friend. I never thought that some years later I’d officially be allowed inside to snap some shots!!

As usual, the 2014 Eaglecrest Invitational volleyball tournament is a doozy. One of the better collections of teams from a variety of classifications is set for Friday and Saturday at The Nest, with the host Raptors, defending Class 5A state champion Grandview and Aurora Central representing Aurora in the 13-team field. Split into three three-team […]

Chance Siegele hasn’t seen a lot of seventh innings in his season-plus stint as Gateway softball coach. Either on the winning or losing end of blowout decisions, the Olys rarely have been in games in which the mercy rule (a lead of 10 runs or more after five innings) hasn’t been invoked. Gateway did that […]

The most eye-popping result of the first week of prep football for Aurora teams? Clearly Thursday’s Eaglecrest and St. Cloud (Florida) contest at Disney’s Wide World of Sports Complex in Orlando fit the bill. A game so chock-full of action that Eaglecrest athletic director Vince Orlando ran out of battery power on his phone as […]

Robert O’Brien knew that new uniforms were coming and couldn’t wait for his Hinkley football players to see them. Christmas Day for the team came a day before the Thunderbirds’ Zero Week game against rival Aurora Central, when the players showed up to a team dinner to discover some new threads that amped them up […]

PICTURE THIS: Oh, Solo Wheel

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Quincy and I got to play with a fun gizmo today today at work! Read about it in next week’s Aurora Sentinel

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Whether they’re there in the name of Jesus, Sponge Bob or Doctors Without Borders, I’m glad guys like Brantly want to go to wretched places where calamities are happening, in hopes of making things better for the people living through those nightmares

Welcome home

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In between local news channel interviews, U.S. Marine Corps veteran Cpl. Matt Foster welcomes home his military war dog Mick at Denver International Airport. The two served together in Afghanistan hunting down Improvised Explosive Devices.

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