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Bill Johnson, longtime Denver Post columnist, resigns

8 years ago by Michael Roberts
Bill Johnson, one of the highest profile writers to join the Denver Post after the death of the Rocky Mountain News, has resigned from his position as columnist with the paper. Why? We asked Post editor Greg Moore...

Rocky columnist Bill Johnson's Error Jackpot

12 years ago by Michael Roberts
Errors aren't exactly alien to Rocky Mountain News columnist Bill Johnson -- yet he outdid himself with "Woman's Flag Upside Down, As Are Neighbors' Responses," a piece that ran on July 11. The column revolves around Beth Hammer, a 64-year-old Wheat Ridge resident who's in dutch with her home-owner's association...

Bill Johnson, two kids still critical after domestic violence by fire incident

7 years ago by Michael Roberts
At last report, Bill Johnson and his two kids -- a five-year-old girl and a sixteen-month-old boy -- continue clinging to life after one of the most shocking examples of domestic violence in recent memory. Northglenn Police believe that Johnson assaulted his estranged wife before barricading her outside a duplex...

More Errors From Rocky Mountain News Screw-up Specialist Bill Johnson

12 years ago by Michael Roberts
Rocky Mountain News columnist Bill Johnson has a well-founded reputation for factual sloppiness. This More Messages blog spotlights a July 11 Johnson offering with five separate botches and includes links to previous Message columns about several even more memorable trips he took to the inaccuracy minefield. As a result, the...

Hundreds of Things to Do Around Colorado This Summer

11 days ago by Westword Staff
Hot times, summer in the city...and around the state.

Jason Crow Pushes Permanent Oversight Rules for Immigration Detention Facilities

28 days ago by Conor McCormick-Cavanagh
The bill would allow a member of Congress to inspect an immigration detention facility within 48 hours of notifying the facility.

The Seven Best Events on This Weekend's Culinary Calendar

1 month ago by Amy Antonation
Dive into a rooftop pool party, indulge in vegan baked goods, and chow down on a pork-tastic dinner, all this weekend in Denver.

Donna F. Brown Waited Decades for Her ’70s Band, Medusa, to Finally Make It

2 months ago by Michael Goodwin
In 2012, musician and author Donna F. Brown received an unexpected phone call, a connection that set in motion an unimaginable series of events and brought her life's journey – and her '70s band Medusa – full circle.

Solitary Man: A Convict's Journey From Lockdown to Standup

2 months ago by Alan Prendergast
Richard Boccardi spent half his adult life behind bars, but he might have the last laugh.

Free for All: The Five Best Free Events This Week

4 months ago by Byron Graham
Short month leave you short of cash? These five events will keep you entertained...for free.

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