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Archive for November 22, 2010

Broncos Fall in San Diego, 35-14

Broncos Fall in San Diego, 35-14

The Broncos started strong in their lone Monday Night Football appearance of the season but couldn't keep it going, falling to the San Diego Chargers, 35-14, at Qualcomm Stadium. Knowshon Moreno capped a 6-play, 69-yard opening drive with a 4-yard touchdown run. Behind Philip Rivers' four touchdown passes, San Diego responded by running off 35 unanswered points before Kyle Orton added a late touchdown pass to Brandon Lloyd. Denver dropped to 3-7 on the season. The team ... Full Story

Expanded Hours for King Tut

Expanded Hours for King Tut

at the Denver Art Museum   FINAL WEEKS: To meet demand, DAM adds morning, evening exhibition hours WHAT: The Denver Art Museum (DAM) is offering expanded hours for visits to see Tutankhamun: The Golden King and the Great Pharaohs in its only Rocky Mountain engagement. WHEN: Expanded hours will begin on Tuesday, Nov. 23, and continue until the exhibition closes on Jan. 9, 2011. Tickets currently are available for these new timeslots via Denver Art Museum member ticketing as well as ... Full Story

EarthSky Tonight—Nov 23, Northern Crown shines

EarthSky Tonight—Nov 23,  Northern Crown shines after dusk and before dawn

Courtesy of EarthSky A Clear Voice for Science Visit EarthSky at www.EarthSky.org At nightfall and early evening, the bowl-shaped constellation Corona Borealis – the Northern Crown – shines to the lower right of the star Vega, close to your western horizon. Can you spot brilliant Vega shining rather high in the western sky at nightfall? It can guide you to the Northern Crown. You will need a dark sky to see the Northern Crown, which is a glittery semicircle of stars. See the ... Full Story

State Health Department Investigating Student Death

DENVER –The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment is working with officials at Metropolitan State College of Denver to investigate a student death. At this time there is no definitive diagnosis, but meningococcal disease is considered one possibility. Bacterial cultures are pending and it will be at least into the weekend before results are available. Metro is taking appropriate steps to notify its students and staff. Even though lab results are not available, out ... Full Story

Holiday Roads and Traveling with Fido

Holiday Roads and Traveling with Fido

by Susan Sims and Carol Bryant Marsing, ID – Over the river and through the woods to grandmother’s house we go. No doubt, millions will trek to the abodes of family and friends as the holiday season approaches. Just how many are traveling with Fido this holiday season? PetRelocation.com released recently the results of its first annual Holiday Pet Travel Survey of more than 7,000 pet owners worldwide, finding that sixty-three percent of pet owners say they travel at least 50 miles ... Full Story

Obituary: Rev. Raymond B. Scott

Obituary: Rev. Raymond B. Scott

Raymond B. Scott was born October 14, 1923, at Alma, Nebraska to Charles Everett and Faye Georgia (Coe) Scott. He died in Loveland, Colorado on November 18, 2010. He attended grade schools in the Alma, Nebraska area and graduated from high school in 1942 in Castle Rock, Colorado. The family moved to Colorado in 1938 from Nebraska and farmed in the Mead-Platteville area, later moving to near Larkspur, Colorado. His father died in the spring of 1942 and Ray took over the farming ... Full Story

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