April 18 1912, A Denver newspaper interviewed women on their views of the "women and children first" rule. Some women claimed they would've never left their husbands and that some of the men who died on Titanic were more valuable than some of the women who were saved.
Denver newspaper is hiring a stoner sex columnist. The job description: “Our new freelance columnist will write about sex, relationships, intimacy, gender issues and more as it all relates to a world where marijuana is becoming legal — and oftentimes present in the bedroom.”
Massive City - Massive City was another area opened up by the overflow of Leadville prospectors. It was located about halfway between Leadville and the Colorado River, on the Frying Pan River, on the western slopes of Mount Massive. A Denver newspaper predicted in 1879 that Massive City would be second to none, perhaps Leadville excepted, among the new boom cities of Colorado.
1968 Headline of the Assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Denver Broncos Denver Post Champs What A Rush! Super Bowl 50 Newspaper 2/8/16
A newspaper article about the death of ex-Confederate General Robert E. Lee, published in the Dallas Morning News (Dallas, Texas), 20 January 1907. Read more on the GenealogyBank blog: “Remembering Robert E. Lee, John Denver & Wilt Chamberlain with Newspapers.” http://blog.genealogybank.com/remembering-robert-e-lee-john-denver-wilt-chamberlain-with-newspapers.html