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- Rockies spring training recap: Michael Toglia continues hot start at Cactus LeagueIn his first three games of spring training, Rockies first baseman Michael Toglia has gone 3-for-7 with two home runs.
- Wendy’s looking to test surge pricing at restaurants as early as next yearWendy’s is looking to test having the prices of its menu items fluctuate throughout the day based on demand, implementing a strategy that has already taken hold with ride-sharing companies and ticket sellers.
- Letters: Voters should get one ballot with both Republican and Democratic candidates for Colorado’s…"Since independents are legally allowed to vote in Colorado primaries, they should be able to fully exercise their choice rather than being forced to, in essence, temporarily become a Democrat or Republican. Let’s change our state law so that independents can exercise their independence in all elections." -- Virginia Ravndal, Fort Collins
- Brandon Royval rises to No. 1 in UFC flyweight rankings, eyes title rematch against Alexandre…After losing his first chance at the UFC flyweight belt in a unanimous decision to Alexandre Pantoja in December, Denver's Brandon Royval rolled the dice to get himself back to another title fight.
- Medical imaging firm Carestream to close former Kodak plant in Windsor and lay off 210Carestream, a global provider of medical imaging systems, said Monday that it will close its Windsor manufacturing facility and transfer production elsewhere. Of 236 employees, 210 are expected to lose their jobs. The remainder will be transferred.
- Broncos GM George Paton on team’s free agency plans: “We’re going to be strategic”Even though the NFL’s salary cap skyrocketed, the Broncos are not expected to be big spenders.