Denverites appear to have passed the “Let Denver Vote” Initiative that will let voters decide via a citywide vote if city officials can spend money — or staff time — to lure an Olympic Games to Colorado.
Rokos launches the CU Invitational this week, a one-of-a-kind exhibition skiing event that's his brainchild.
Four decades ago, Denver snubbed the Olympic committee. Today, the committee snubbed back.
The Reno-Tahoe Winter Games Coalition said it would not be financially practical.
Two Utah news outlets reported that the USOC would make a decision between Denver, Salt Lake City or the Reno-Tahoe area by the end of the 2018.
Colorado was awarded the 1976 Winter Olympics, but later said “no thanks” and the games went to Innsbruck, Austria, instead.
An exploratory committee has promised that if Denver gets the Olympics, it would be privately funded.
Colorado won the bid to host the 1976 Winter Olympics but then said, “no thanks.” Some folks want to try again. Meet the new opposition.
"There's many opportunities to make this a better state, and I don't see how the Olympics fit into that," said former Gov. Dick Lamm.
The second and final online forum for public questions will be Feb. 24.