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Solar eclipse watch parties: Celebrate in Kansas City-area with other sky-gazers

×Solar eclipse watch parties: Celebrate in Kansas City-area with other sky-gazersThe beginning of the solar eclipse will start at 11:40 a.m. It will reach totality at 1:06 p.m. We will have about 2 minutes and 19 seconds of total darkness. Obviously, it’s a big event, especially because Kansas City is in the path of totality. Others around the continent will only see a partial eclipse, but those of us in Kansas City have prime seats for the totality.Scroll through the list below to find some...

Mazama All Sports Camp starts with eclipse

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Those who only see Denver through orange-tinted glasses are missing out

Shelby Harris, meet Greg Holland. As happy Denver Broncos fans filed out of Sports Authority Field at Mile High around me on Monday Night, the alert came in on my phone. “Rockies win again,” I yelled. The announcement was met with cheers from the crowd. Two important games ended in tandem to sighs of relief.Yes, the Broncos were able to hold off the Chargers on Monday night, a feat that seemed both inevitable and impossible at different moments during the season opener. Still, the bigger...