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SENTINEL SUMMER CAMP GUIDE 2020

The Denver Broncos are hoping to snap not only a four-game losing streak but a much longer one that goes back seven seasons, as they have lost 13 straight games against AFC West rival Kansas City.
A look back at some of the key games tournaments and happenings in Aurora prep sports from Nov. 29-Dec. 5, 2022.
Aurora Central selections as well as those from Adams City, Broomfield, Fruita Monument and Heritage on the Class 4A All-League 7 teams for the recently completed 2022 football season.
"Empire of Light" may be a love letter to the movies, but it's a sad one in which one of the parties, the local, independent movie theater, is fading away and possibly already gone.
"In this family sometimes, you know, you're part of the problem rather than part of the solution,'' Harry says in one of the episodes, which were released Thursday. "There is a huge level of unconscious bias. The thing with unconscious bias is that it is actually no one's fault. But once it has been pointed out, or identified within yourself, you then need to make it right."
"There absolutely is a fine line between those two things, and it actually allows for somebody to behave in a more bullying manner under the guise of 'I'm pushing you to be the best that you can be.' And then the victim is kind of forced to accept that," said Deidre Abrons, a licensed marriage and family psychotherapist in Oakland, California, with extensive trauma and PTSD experience.
Senate Democrats met behind closed doors at the Capitol to choose their leadership team for the new Congress that begins in January.
"It's a very frightening moment. There is no other word," said Horowitz. "We're all frightened because we've seen the past and we don't want to relive it."
"This is really good news for young women and their doctors and their families," said Dr. Ann Partridge of Dana-Farber Cancer Institute in Boston, who led the study. Results were being discussed Thursday at the San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium.
McCormick "hasn't come to any definitive conclusion even though we've tried to encourage him to run," said Christine Toretti, the GOP's national committeewoman from Pennsylvania. "I think he's a fabulous candidate and I would love to see him run."