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Local coaches analyze Super Bowl matchup

By Allen Gemaehlich

Super Bowl XLVIII may be one of the more intriguing matchups in recent Super Bowl history. On one side is the Denver Broncos with the NFL’s best offense. On the other is the Seattle Seahawks with the NFL’s No. 1 ...


Who will win?

By Staff

STAN HILKEY Mesa County Sheriff Prediction: Denver 26, Seattle 17 Key to the game: “The collective yelling across Colorado will create enough sonic energy that the polar vortex will be affected, causing a shift in the jet stream and a ...


Broncos fans in Seahawks country still bleed orange and blue

By Patti Arnold

Zack Barnett is smack-dab in the middle. San Francisco 49ers to the south. Seattle Seahawks to the north. In Eugene, Ore., fans of both teams. And there’s Barnett, an-I-bleed-orange-and-blue Denver Broncos fan. “We either get ...


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Sleepless for Seattle

By Tim Harty

Wim Lovell was one of the original season-ticket holders for the Seattle Seahawks. He was at the first preseason home game of the 1976 NFL expansion franchise, then the first regular-season home game. He had season tickets for 25 years and ...


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The next generation

By Matt Meyer

John who? For older Denver Broncos fans, it’s easy to picture John Elway on “The Drive” and the two Super Bowl wins that ended years of postseason futility. But for younger fans, the Broncos’ trip to the Super Bowl ...


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EXTREME ADAPTATION

By Matt Meyer

ASPEN — In 2008, professional snowmobiler Mike Schultz was flat on his back, staring at the bottom of his boot. While trying to pass a competitor, he was dumped from his sled, and his left leg hit the snow with such forced that it ...


A special Olympian

By Dale Shrull

ASPEN — Hannah Teter’s boundless energy is evident in whatever she does. The Vermont native made a special trip to Aspen this weekend. But the snowboard halfpipe and X Games were not on the agenda. Teter is one of the best in the ...


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Paralysis doesn’t keep Goodwin from winning medals

By Matt Meyer

ASPEN — It’s easy to spot Garrett Goodwin on his snowmobile, with a roll bar that extends high into the air. Goodwin, paralyzed from the waist down after a motocross accident in 2011 that broke three vertebrae, said the roll bar ...


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Newcomer Rowe thriving in snowmobile freestyle

By Dale Shrull

ASPEN — Jack Rowe is a beginner. But the X Games are the last place beginners should be allowed to compete. Especially in the dangerous sport of snowmobile freestyle. The sport is a fluid synchronization, joining man and machine in a ...


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For Caleb

By Dale Shrull

ASPEN — Colton Moore twisted the throttle of his snowmobile and motored to the top of one of the steep ramps. He parked the sled, dropped to his knees, gave a single fist pump and pointed to the sky. It was time to ride for Caleb and ...


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