The Denver blog posts are coming fast and furious.
Face the State's Jared Jacang Maher notes that a tax-evasion trial scheduled next week for Brenda Stewart, owner of Denver Players/Sugar and a former escort, has been postponed until November. Still checking receipts?
Colorado Pols thinks Scott Tipton may be making Southern Colorado nervous.
At Colorado Education News, Holly Yettick wonders: Why is policing more alluring than teaching? It can't be safer -- can it?
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