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Woman who defaced Western national parks, including 2 in Colorado, pleads guilty – The Denver Post

A 23-year-old woman who caused an uproar after defacing rocks at national parks across the West, including two in Colorado, pleaded guilty on Monday and was sentenced to probation. 52 more words

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Aqib Talib "too intoxicated to remember what happened," report says

Broncos cornerback Aqib Talib is expected to be released from a Dallas hospital Monday and make a full recovery after suffering a gunshot wound in his lower right leg Sunday. 73 more words

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Rolling Papers Documentary Movie Review: The Pot Journalism

Rolling Papers the documentary film by Mitch Dickman follows the team of The Cannabist, for a year.  In 2014, state of Colorado in the U.S legalized Marijuana, The Denver Post created a new beat for Marijuana. 334 more words

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Sports editor focuses on accuracy in fast-paced industry

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University of Nebraska-Lincoln

The Denver Post deputy sports editor, David Wright, credits hard work and hours of devotion to his success in the journalism industry. 497 more words

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Denver Post Editor Gregory Moore Steps Down After 14 Years

DENVER (AP) – The editor of The Denver Post, who led Colorado’s largest newspaper when it won four Pulitzer Prizes, will resign after 14 years on the job, the publication said Tuesday. 180 more words

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'Rolling Papers' Director Mitch Dickman And Editor Ricardo Baca Explain How The Doc Is About More Than Weed

On January 1, 2014, marijuana was legalized in Colorado—and this is where the narrative of Rolling Papers begins. The documentary — directed by Mitch Dickman and produced by Britta Erickson, Daniel Junge, Alison Greenberg-Millice, Karl Kister, and Katie Shapiro — does not try to answer the questions of whether or not marijuana should be legal. 1,994 more words

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Local Lists: Mitch Dickman

It was New Year’s Day 2014 and it was like no other. OK, maybe it was. There were still people doing the walk of shame, realizing how much they had actually paid for that Uber, and/or desperately trying to figure out how they ended up with only one shoe. 736 more words

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