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Why do the Broncos suck? The answer is a guy named Gary in Houston. (Mile High Report)

Sen. Wayne Allard and Rep. Tom Tancredo are riding into the sunset. Sunsets just got 34 percent more boring. (Face the State)

If Jason Marquis is such a "winner," why does he never pitch in the playoffs? (Purple Row)

Environmentalists sue, claim oil-shale production will threaten cute endangered animals. (Colorado Independent)

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