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House passes Crow’s measure seeking to name new VA clinic after...

“Lieutenant Colonel Mosley embodies the finest our country has to offer. He was an inspirational leader in the Aurora community and in the Air Force,” Crow said. “Naming the new Aurora clinic after Colonel Mosley honors his legacy and will inspire future generations to break barriers.”

Emmy Moments: Not the Pandemmys — but hardly normal, either

OK, it definitely wasn't the Pandemmys, or the Zoomemmys, or whatever you want to call last year's virtual Emmy ceremony — with everyone at home, and visitors in hazmat suits showing up to bestow awards.

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CITY DESK: Housing prices grow across Aurora; northern neighborhoods seeing sales above $400,000

“While we hear that the market is slowing, I am not sure that we are seeing that on the south and east side of the metro area,” Aurora-area realtor Sunny Banka said in a statement this week. “We are still experiencing fast sales, median prices at all-time highs, multiple offers, and an inventory shortage.”

CITY DESK: Techno Rescue holding electronic recycling drive Aug. 30 through Sept. 11

Most electronic items will be accepted, and a fee of $5 will be charged per household. Some items with more complicated processing needs will have an extra fee, according to a city news release.

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Liability concerns lead to shutdown of some Colorado 14ers

"The original Colorado Recreational Use Statute is solid as a rock," Moss said. "The only time that the Nelson case would apply to any other case would involve another mountain biker crashing at a federal military property."






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Broncos lose linebacker Josey Jewell to torn chest muscle

In the wake of their second straight victory to open the new season, the Denver Broncos have likely starting linebacker Josey Jewell for the rest of the year with a torn pectoral muscle suffered Sunday in Jacksonville.