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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

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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.

The Regis Jesuit boys golf program has been a certified juggernaut in recent years. Yet none of the many golfers who’ve moved along to the college level and contributed to an ongoing run of four straight Class 5A state championships had done what junior Hayden Smith did during tryouts Tuesday at Aurora’s Meadow Hills Golf […]

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Rachel and I are working on a story about Aurora residents becoming US Citizens. Little did we know that we would become students ourselves.

Chase Vaughn is a long way from Smoky Hill High School. The former Aurora prep standout with the Buffaloes in the mid-2000s has worked his way all the way up to a shot with the hometown Denver Broncos, who began training camp for the 2014 National Football League season on Thursday. Vaughn, a 6-foot-1, 242-pound […]

The final numbers prove Regis Jesuit High School’s fantastic 2013-14 athletic season ranked right up among the best in country. According to the CBS MaxPreps Cup national rankings released on July 22 (and listed below), the Aurora high school — which has a separate Boys Division and Girls Division — had the 12th-most successful athletic […]

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