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The Bus Stops Here

17 years ago by Patricia Calhoun
Bubby Brister wasn't the only one who got sacked Monday. The editor of the paper that on Tuesday gave its most prominent play not to the quarterback sneak but to a yawn of a VA hospital story also lost his job. About time the Post answered its own wake-up call...
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Beat the clock: No sooner had Denver Post publisher Ryan McKibben announced his imminent departure (he's outta there November 30) than speculation started regarding when editor Dennis Britton will be disappeared. A Westword pool lays heavy odds on just after the first of the year--and we aren't the only ones...
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Mike Shanahan scoopage courtesy of Adam Schefter, reporter (and Shanny's former business partner)

7 years ago by Michael Roberts
Former Rocky Mountain News and Denver Post sportswriter Adam Schefter has gone onto bigger and better things, first on the NFL Network and now with ESPN, where his role on football broadcasts would only be more prominent if his name was Chris Berman. But because of his close connections to...
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Be afraid. Be very afraid: Bill Owens has yet to take office, and already people are raining on his parade. For starters, there's Tracy Rogers, former office manager for his brother, lieutenant governor-elect and student-loan scofflaw Joe Rogers, who this week announced that he'd officially severed all political and professional...
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Essential seating: Now that Denver Post editor Dennis Britton is back from his bus tour of the state, the out-of-focus "Snapshot of Colorado," he's got a clear picture of priorities. Britton recently issued a micro-managing memo (shown above) detailing a suggested seating plan for the paper's daily page-one meetings but...
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I confess! What a bunch of blabbers this town keeps turning out. Senator and animal doc Wayne Allard has been telling all--and we mean all, right down to his wife's lame movie choices (At First Sight, according to Sunday's installment)--to the Denver Rocky Mountain News's Mike Romano (although some lost...
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That takes the cake: The sordid details continue to pile up in the sorry saga of Spicer Breeden and Peter Schmitz--the two occupants of the car that killed Rocky Mountain News reporter Greg Lopez on St. Patrick's Day. After popping into several LoDo bars early last week, Schmitz, facing vehicular...
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A bird in hand: The news that Tele-Communications Inc. plans to hike its cable rates an average of 20 percent has plenty of Coloradans fuming, angry enough to give cable magnate John Malone the finger. Well, they can stand in line. David Lockton has already done it. In fact, the...
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When filming begins this week on The Closer, Tom Selleck's mid-season replacement show, the California set will be littered with Colorado memorabilia. That's because the sitcom is the first TV show since Dynasty supposedly set in Denver, and Selleck, an advertising-agency guy, hangs out at a LoDo sports bar filled...
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One flew over the cuckoo's nest: New flight paths introduced last week at Denver International Airport are supposed to cut down on noise--both from the planes themselves and from irate citizens who complain when they thunder overhead. But echoes of earlier problems still resound. Next Tuesday, Paul Grant is slated...

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