As the Front Range prepares for a severe winter storm expected to bring blizzard conditions, airlines are warning customers that flights could be canceled or delayed at Denver and Colorado Springs airports.Frontier Airlines has canceled more than 50 flights in or out of Denver International Airport on Wednesday and Thursday. The airline also warned that travel is likely to be affected at Colorado Springs Airport. 'Anomalous' blizzard to hit Colorado Springs area Wednesday, several schools already closed, flights canceledCustomers who bought tickets on or before Tuesday can make one itinerary change, and the airline will waive rules and restrictions about standard change fees, advance purchase, day or time applications, blackouts and minimum or maximum stay requirements.Customers whose flights have been canceled also can request a refund. For more information, visit flyfrontier.com/alert."We continue to evaluate the weather situation and as of now expect that many of our Denver … [Read more...] about Frontier, Southwest cancel flights at Denver International Airport ahead of severe winter storm
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The Denver Post’s Mike Singer answers your questions about the Nuggets. You can submit your questions here. Follow Mike for more daily updates on Twitter. In watching these Nuggets, I keep thinking the key to their success this year is due in huge part to the emergence of three players who last year all spent significant time in the G-League. Malik Beasley, Monte Morris and Torrey Craig. All have provided an essential piece to the puzzle and all have played valuable roles in games that have would have been lost without their individual contributions. Craig, defense. Beasley, offensive. And Morris, floor leadership. I think it’s high-time these unsung heroes were bestowed a nickname. All hail the G-Men. — Dean Burney, Catonsville, Md. There might not be a better time all season to address the G-Men, even though Beasley hasn’t been there since his rookie year. In Friday’s massive win over Houston, the three combined for 75 points, … [Read more...] about Nuggets Mailbag: Would adding Isaiah Thomas to the rotation hurt Denver’s playoff push?
Across all professional leagues and down through the college ranks, late games are scheduled despite fans’ continue protestations. Why you ask? It is because most have jobs they need to get to in the morning and don’t have the luxury of staying up past 11 p.m. on a Wednesday… And let’s be honest here, who really wanted to stay up late to watch Colorado State tip off against Nevada at 9 p.m. in Reno? We need to tell it like it is: No one likes the late starts. They should be banned like Pete Rose was from Major League Baseball. If you are still reading this there is a good chance you didn’t see the Nuggets game end last night, so I will break it down for you. They lost. And if you would like to read about the Nuggets’ game against the Jazz, our beat writer Mike Singer was out there with a stellar game story. Remember sports fans, just say “Nooooooo, No!” when it comes to late games. — Jeff Bailey, The Denver Post 💥 A special … [Read more...] about Denver Sports Omelette: Nuggets games starting at 8:30 p.m. are the best, said no one ever.
Happy Monday, Omelette readers! The College Football Playoff National Championship is upon us. The game is airing at 6 p.m. on ESPN. You can follow along to the latest updates and analysis in our live blog. Here’s a primer on what you need to know for tonight’s game between Alabama and Clemson: Can Nick Saban’s dynasty reach new heights at Alabama-Clemson IV? Alabama and Clemson’s collection of memorable plays will grow Monday. Running games overshadowed by QBs in College Football Playoff national title game. Walk-ons are obscure backbone of Clemson, Alabama powerhouses. — Joe Nguyen, The Denver Post NEW 💥 If you enjoy The Denver Post’s sports coverage, we have a new subscription offer for you! Try the first month for just 99¢ What’s on Tap? Nuggets: At Houston Rockets, 6 p.m. Monday, ALT | Buy tickets Avalanche: At Winnipeg Jetes, 6 p.m. Tuesday, ALT | Buy tickets TV/RADIO: Here’s what … [Read more...] about Denver Sports Omelette: What you need to know for the College Football Playoff championship game
After a stretch of cooler temperatures, folks around Denver have enjoyed a warm up around town and most are ready to get outside and play a little. The forecast for Friday and the weekend is sure to get Coloradans outside enjoying activities they have missed the past few weeks. With temps pushing 60 degrees on Friday, make sure to get out and enjoy the sunny January day that will have many dreaming of spring. The weekend is more of the same with highs in the upper 50s on both Saturday and Sunday. With the warmer days the snow is all sure to melt away in the metro area, leaving parks and golf courses ready for play. Speaking of winter golf, Colorado’s double-double needs to be mentioned again. Here at The Post we have talked about this before and it is always a fun day if accomplished. The double-double is a morning of skiing in the high country followed by an afternoon round of golf. So enjoy a nice weather weekend around the state and get outside for a little fun in … [Read more...] about Denver Sports Omelette: Warmer temperatures and sunshine have folks ready to get outside and play