A few months ago, Wal-Mart pulled out as the major developer on the now vacant C.U. Medical Campus. The development has been in limbo ever since; but good news this week as the Kroger corporation has decided to step in and anchor the site.
Things have come a long way from just coat hangers and license plates. Where once those were the only things produced by inmates, now there are musicians making albums behind bars, books are being written in solitary, and other forms of expression are taking hold.
With the NHL lockout leaving fans in the cold, Denver hockey devotees are left wondering what their options are for the upcoming season. Lucky for us, there’s a new franchise in town: The Denver Cutthroats have arrived to compete for your hockey dollar.