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Joe Dunman at Mile High Hockey thinks Ryan O'Reilly has been more consistent offensively than fellow young stud Matt Duchene. Let the good-natured rivalry begin.

Bob Moore says in a Colorado Pols post that the National Republican Congressional Committee's latest attack on Betsy Markey is inaccurate. That would be a first, right?

The Peoples Press Collective invites you to a Tea Party tonight in Fort Collins. Not sure if the Mad Hatter will attend, but here's hoping.

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