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  1. Super Bowl I Tape Was Erased Long Ago; Now The Game Will Air Again

    The TV networks that broadcast 1967's inaugural game erased it. Now the NFL Network has pieced together its own film with radio footage of the historic game; Super Bowl I: The Lost Game airs Friday.
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  2. For Exiles In Turkey, Syrian Eateries Offer Taste Of Better Times

    Having fled a bloody civil war at home, Syrian refugees living in exile in Turkey are determined to keep alive something even terrorists can't kill: their love of traditional Syrian dishes.
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  3. Breckenridge Approves Lift Ticket Tax

    The city asked voters to approve a 4.5 percent sales tax on single-day and multiday Breckenridge Ski Resort tickets.
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  4. Colorado Springs Voters OK Sales Tax Boost To Fix Ailing Roads

    A recent report rated 60 percent of the roads in Colorado Springs in poor condition.
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  5. Donald Trump: I Could 'Shoot Somebody, And I Wouldn't Lose Any Voters'

    The GOP presidential candidate cracked the joke at a campaign stop in Iowa on Saturday. Less than two weeks from the state's caucus, Trump had been remarking on his supporters' loyalty.
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  6. Tributes Pour In For Rock Legend David Bowie

    Bowie's death two days after his 69th birthday has prompted an outpouring on social media, from musicians to world leaders, and from Earth to outer space.
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  7. Massive Space Telescope Is Finally Coming Together

    In a NASA facility just outside Washington, D.C., workers are building the James Webb Space Telescope, an $8 billion successor to the Hubble. It'll be the largest ever, and it's set to launch in 2018.
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  8. Hundreds Of Rohingya Refugees Rescued At Sea After Fleeing Myanmar

    The Muslim minority has long been persecuted in the country also known as Burma. Many Bangladeshis were also rescued.
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  9. 2 Ways CDOT Hopes To Ease I-70 Mountain Traffic This Winter

    A new express toll lane and tougher enforcement of traction laws could speed up I-70 traffic this winter through the mountains.
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  10. 'The Road To Little Dribbling' Is A (Mostly) Pleasant Journey

    Bill Bryson follows up his classic travelogue Notes From A Small Island 20 years later — older, grayer, and definitely crankier. It's a charming trip, though marred by a little too much grumpiness.
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