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November 10, 2018

Colorado at 3 p.m.

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CRAFT BEER OUTLOOK

DENVER — After years of double and triple digit growth, craft beer is slowing, weighed down by intense competition and even systemic changes to Colorado’s beer market. There are more than 300 breweries now in Colorado. Competition to be the cold one you reach for is coming from both the biggest and smallest breweries. Craft beer owns the market here and Bart Watson, an economist at the Brewers Association, said we “may be reaching that point of a mature marketplace where it’s more difficult to grow the overall share.” By Ben Markus, Colorado Public Radio.

FUNERAL HOME MYSTERY

GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. — Families involved in the Sunset Mesa funeral home case hoped to answer at least one question. All the unknowns that surfaced after the FBI raided the Montrose business nine months ago left them uneasy, wondering if their loved ones’ bodies could have been involved in the allegations. By Erin McIntyre, The Daily Sentinel.

LIBRARIES-MILLENNIALS

DENVER — When 23-year-old Curt Baker had two buddies visiting from Arkansas over to his new Denver digs last week, he knew there was one spot everyone had to check out: the Denver Central Library. “I’ve only lived here about a month, but I love the connections and public resources available here at the library,” Baker said Friday afternoon at the public library’s downtown location. “We all really like libraries, so I thought I’d show my friends while we explore the city.” By Elizabeth Hernandez, The Denver Post.

CONTINENTAL DIVIDE TRAIL-DIRECTOR

DENVER — Teresa Martinez said she’ll probably never thru-hike something like the Appalachian Trail or Continental Divide Trail, but that hasn’t stopped her from devoting her life to them. By Allison Sylte, KUSA-TV.

IN BRIEF:

CU REGENTS — The University of Colorado Board of Regents will examine whether future regents should be paid a stipend. The Daily Camera reports that regents currently cannot receive payment from the university, beyond reimbursement of reasonable expenses, without approval from the board.

CAR RACE FATAL — Colorado Springs police say two drivers involved in a wreck earlier this month in which a 64-year-old man died were racing each other at the time. The Gazette reports that Norman G. Giddings of Fountain died when his sedan was struck broadside in downtown Colorado Springs on Nov. 2.

SPORTS:

FBC--T25--WASHINGTON ST-COLORADO

BOULDER, Colorado — The Colorado Buffaloes are hoping to get star sophomore Laviska Shenault Jr. back from a toe injury when they host the 10th-ranked Washington State Cougars on Saturday. By Arnie Stapleton. UPCOMING: 450 words. Game started 1:30 p.m.

FBC--NEW MEXICO-AIR FORCE

AIR FORCE ACADEMY, Colo. — Air Force hosts New Mexico on Saturday in a matchup of 3-6 teams. The Lobos have dropped four straight and the Falcons two in a row. By Pat Graham. UPCOMING: 650 words, photos. Game time is 1:30 p.m.

FBC-COLORADO ST-NEVADA

RENO, Nev. — Colorado State plays Nevada at Mackay Stadium in Mountain West Conference play Saturday. Game starts 8:30 p.m.

— AIR FORCE-FALCON MASCOT INJURED — An Air Force falcon named Aurora is expected to make a full recovery from injuries she suffered at West Point during a prank before the annual football game between the service academies. The 22-year-old bird remains on antibiotics and won’t attend Air Force’s home game against New Mexico on Saturday, according to the school. AP Photos.

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