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Local Restaurateur Keeps The UNC-Duke Rivalry Burning Hot Out West

Before Seth Rubin left North Carolina for Denver in 1999, he had zero experience in the food industry. He bounced around a few career paths before finding his calling in 2010, when he opened the popular Rise & Shine Biscuit Kitchen. Now, the company slings North Carolina-themed biscuits by the hundreds in its two locations

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Jefferson Wrestling Legends Lead New Generation As Coaches

It’s been more than 20 years since Oscar Fonseca and James Vogel built their legacies on the mat for Jefferson Junior/Senior High School (JHS), but they haven’t stopped contributing to the program’s glory for many years. Both returned to their alma mater to coach in 2006, and have trailblazed the program into perennial success ever

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Limon Building A Legacy For WRHS Wrestling 

Daunte Limon, junior at Wheat Ridge High School, is many things: a 3.61 GPA, a cross-country runner, a linebacker, a member of the National Honor Society, and quite possibly the best wrestler to ever walk through the school’s hallways, when all is said and done.  Head Wrestling Coach David Osse said so, and combined with

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Technology Helps WRHS Boys Soccer Team

This year, the Wheat Ridge High School Boys Soccer team adopted the Trace system to help improve their skills. Surrounding the field with live cameras and having each player wear a tracking (GPS) device on their person. Being able to watch on a live screen how each player follows set formations and help individuals record

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Road Racers Return For Ridge At 38 Criterium

The air has cleared and the skies are blue again – at least at press time – and Wheat Ridge is a prime location to enjoy September bicycle fun and the return of the Ridge at 38 Criterium. The second weekend of September is essentially an unofficial city celebration of that two-wheeled apparatus, the bicycle.

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WRHS Soccer Uses Technology To Up Its Game

Well, it’s that time of year once again: class is officially back in session. For many families, this means the yearly ritual of stocking up on enough pens and paper to last them through an apocalypse (or, in this case, a global pandemic). After all, having the proper supplies is vital to ensuring your student

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Mind Games

Whether it’s literally or figuratively, the world of sports is a constant balancing act: Offense and defense. Strength and skill. Talent and hard work. Once an athlete is able to find an equilibrium between two opposites, they will soon find themselves at the top of their game. But what happens when an athlete is unable

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Just Compensation For Student Athletes

To say that college sports are popular in America might be the understatement of the year. It’s no secret that just about every sports fan enjoys watching the college level of their favorite major league organization. As a result, any up-and-coming athlete can expect to see people flocking to buy their jersey, draft them to

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Two Sports Are Better Than One

With Tom Brady securing his sixth Super Bowl ring last year, the term GOAT, or “greatest of all time,” has been thrown around more than ever before. Some have even gone so far as to claim that Brady is the greatest athlete of all time; but how true can that be? After all, Brady was

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