DENVER | Nuggets President Josh Kroenke has promoted assistant general manager Arturas Karnisovas to general manager and bumped Tim Connelly up to a new role as the team’s president of basketball operations. Karnisovas was a finalist for the Milwaukee Bucks’ GM job this month and for the Brooklyn Nets’ GM job last year.
ENGLEWOOD | The biggest offseason position battle in the NFL — the Denver Broncos quarterback sweepstakes featuring Paxton Lynch and Trevor Siemian — has been nothing but a tease. Coach Vance Joseph said that the evaluation won’t truly start until training camp next month.
ENGLEWOOD | Terrell Davis’ first visit to Denver Broncos headquarters since being elected to the Hall of Fame brought back memories of his first training camp when he couldn’t see much of a future in football and came close to quitting. The Broncos were in Tokyo practicing for a preseason game against the San Francisco 49ers in the summer of 1995.
Two council members on the city’s ad hoc policy committee that deals with weed issues, Sally Mounier and Bob Roth, recently agreed to green-light a discussion on allowing the sale, manufacturing and cultivation of medical marijuana in Aurora. Those practices are currently banned under city code
Colorado politicians including U.S. Rep. Mike Coffman and State Rep. Mike Weissman join in the festivities to bring awareness of Sikh community
Originally opened as a niche taproom beside Treadz Bicycle Outfitters on East Iliff Avenue in November 2014, the watering hole — heretofore known as Peak to Peak Taproom — started pouring beer made in-house April 21. They rang in their recently overhauled food and drink space with a launch party May 20
Steve Wieand, owner of StevO’s on Havana, said he expects about 60 hearse owners to attend the gathering at his shop
Parsons and his sheepishly irreverent website make up one half of the design team that has been commissioned to bring effervescent splashes of glass to Aurora’s forthcoming Central Recreation Center once the facility opens to the public late next year
Tim Stewart, executive director of the E-470 Public Highway Authority, said that future growth is part of the reason the authority launched a $90-million expansion last year from Parker Road to East Quincy Avenue