Marion Noble February 4, 2019

DENVER (AP) — Irv Brown, the Final Four referee who also coached baseball at University of Colorado, did color commentary on ESPN’s first college football broadcast and pioneered sports radio in Denver, died Sunday. He was 83. Brown’s nephew confirmed the death. Officials at CU said he died of complications from a brief illness. Brown […]

Marion Noble January 21, 2019

DENVER — It’s been one year since two women came together to form Destination Collection, a group effort to clean up the garbage build-up that has become a larger problem as Colorado’s population continues to grow. "A lot more people, a lot more traffic, a lot more trash," said co-founder Melissa Krischuk. Formerly from Omaha, […]

Marion Noble December 9, 2018

Winning Republican politicians in Weld County this past November won twice, according to December campaign finance reports, with politicians buying computers and office furniture, expensing years worth of mileage and paying for Denver apartments for the upcoming legislative session with campaign donations. In some cases, the spending falls well within the realm of acceptable campaign […]

Marion Noble November 11, 2018

Marijuana flowers hang to dry inside a Denver warehouse. A sizable number of NAR members selling commercial real estate reported seeing a jump in property values since commercial marijuana cultivation started, with 34 percent of responders noticing an increased demand in warehouse space since legalization, while 31 percent registered a jump in demand for storefronts […]

Marion Noble October 27, 2018

Erik Hagevik, is responsible for sourcing, entitling, designing and constructing development opportunities for SRG Residential in the Denver, Colorado region. Irvine, California, Oct. 23, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Multifamily development veteran Erik Hagevik has joined SARES REGIS GROUP as Senior Vice President of Residential Development. Hagevik will be responsible for sourcing, entitling, designing and constructing […]

Marion Noble October 13, 2018

AURORA – The Colorado Criminal Justice Reform Coalition (CCJRC) spends much of its time ahead of the mid-terms dispelling the myth that people with criminal records can’t vote. In fact, most people with criminal records can vote in Colorado. “Folks who are eligible have a right to vote. Not only in our state but also […]