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- Posted to Fetch by John Davidson

Boy do we make mistakes when we pick out dogs to adopt. And when we train them? Even more mistakes. Melissa Heeter has advice about the right way to do things. And she should know. Heeter is a professional dog trainer from Georgia and a former champion dog disc competitor. She was in Denver during Labor Day weekend to give demonstrations and lectures at the Taste of Colorado. The number one mistake people make is choosing the wrong dog. Heeter.. Read on …


- Posted to All Things Rockies by Troy Renck

Ian Stewart figured everything would be fine. Take a few cuts in BP Tuesday, then plan out the road trip to Casper for a brief two-game rehab assignment. But when he swung Tuesday, he felt a tinge in pain in his right ribcage muscles, forcing the Rockies to scrap the trip and shut him down for a few days. He's eligible to come off the DL Friday, but he's unlikely to play until a least a few days after that. "It's pretty disappointing. It's not like the pain I felt when I originally hurt it, but it was still there. I.. Read on …


- Posted to All Things Colorado Preps by Ryan Casey

The family of Chaparral quarterback Andrew Loudenback released the following statement today regarding his ineligibility for the first five games of this season:

We are really disappointed with the entire CHSAA appeal process.

Aside from the transfer rule being clearly discriminatory -- the ease and mobility of a renter to move to new school boundaries vs. taxpaying homeowner who has the burden to sell/buy in order to make a CHSAA eligible transfer and the fact that boundaries for transfer are different for a public vs. a private school  -- we faced other CHSAA roadblocks.

Two requests to meet.. Read on …


- Posted to Reverb by John Hendrickson

You can read Jeremy Simon's full review of Wilco's fiery performance at Jazz Aspen Snowmass over here. In the meantime, here's a clip from the end of "Hummingbird" on Friday night. Tweedy Aspen Foxtrot Jeff, we hardly knew ye... Follow Reverb on Twitter! Here! .. Read on …


- Posted to All Things Colorado Sports by Natalie Meisler

Future Mountain West addition Boise State and current member TCU are ranked 1-2 in this week’s USA Today Sagarin computer poll. For what it’s worth, CSU is No. 138, below many I-AA teams. The Rams rank as lowest in the MWC. New Mexico, a 72-0 loser at Oregon, is listed as No. 120. The Associated Press poll doesn’t give quite as much love to the MWC. Boise State ranks No. 3 and TCU No. 4. TCU is No. 5 in the coaches poll. Utah broke into the AP poll.. Read on …


- Posted to The Spot by Lynn Bartels

Congressman Ed Perlmutter is mistakenly referred to as "Earl Perlmutter" often enough that his staff found him a bowling shirt with the name "Earl" engraved on it. Who knows why the phenomenon is happening. Perhaps it's because "Earl" rhymes with the first syllable of his last name. I noticed the "Earl Perlmutter" reference today in a blog post today from Politic365.com: Colorado is buzzing about Aurora City Councilman Ryan Frazier (R), a moderate Republican running.. Read on …


- Posted to eLetters by DP Opinion

I love the fact that Denver is becoming a more bicycle-friendly city. Having just come back from Amsterdam where they have wide bicycle lanes everywhere, I understand what a true bicycle-friendly city looks like. One of my biggest complaints about cycling in Denver is that some of the bicyclists ride like they are in the Tour de France with no regard for their fellow cyclists. They don’t have the courtesy to say “On your left” as they whiz by at 30 mph; they frighten pedestrians, cyclists and most especially parents who are taking their children for walks with strollers; they.. Read on …


- Posted to All Things Avs by Adrian Dater

I'm sure many of you will be intrigued to click on the video below. It's our beloved Foppa, doing a funny commercial — even though it's in Swedish. Apparently, it's to advertise for a contest to actually spend a day with him, presumably in Sweden. The ad is sponsored by a yogurt company, Risifrutti. Obviously, Foppa has a little more time to be able to do this kind of stuff. The latest I've heard on him is that, while he hasn't officially retired yet, it's not looking good on a comeback. Read on …


- Posted to All Things Broncos by Mike Klis

His right arm in a sling attached close to his body, and his body looking a couple pounds lighter, NFL sack king (at least for a few more days) Elvis Dumervil passed through the locker room Tuesday to say his hellos. Dumervil has also said goodbye to the season after he and coach Josh McDaniels mutually agreed Friday to put those 17 sacks from last year on injured reserve. Until Friday, Dumervil had been planning to return from pectoral surgery as soon as mid-November. But this was a case of a coach putting the career well-being of a player ahead of the.. Read on …


- Posted to Jack Matador‘s Side Show by Jack matador

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