The Arapahoe Pinnacle

Op Ed: Broncos’ silly errors cost them the game in Indianapolis

Anthony Shaw, Arapahoe Pinnacle Sports Columnist

November 10, 2015

Filed under Opinion, Sports

Sunday’s bout between Denver and Indianapolis had more than an undefeated record on the line. Two of the sport’s highest individual accomplishments were on the brink of being broken by Peyton Manning. Both records are owned by the legendary Brett Favre. All Peyton needed to do was win the game and throw for 284 yards to dethrone the Packer great. Ironically the team...

Op Ed: With signature win over Packers, Broncos prove they’ll be remembered

Anthony, Arapahoe Pinnacle Sports Columnist

November 4, 2015

Filed under Opinion, Sports

Going into Sunday Night’s gauntlet match against Green Bay, the Denver Broncos had some heads still left to turn. Several NFL analysts said the Broncos hadn’t been “tested” in their previous six wins. For the past two weeks they had been preparing for an offense lead by perhaps the greatest quarterback of all time (even better than Peyton Manning), Aaron Rodgers,...

My Old House: Carolyn Jarvis’ odyssey though her 1924 Denver bungalow

My Old House: Carolyn Jarvis’ odyssey though her 1924 Denver bungalow

October 27, 2015

After my grandmother passed away, my family and I bought her 1924 bungalow in south Denver. She loved that old house, and so do I. It means a lot to my family, and we just couldn’t stand the idea o...

Personal report: The eyes have it — if we let them

October 20, 2015

Every day, we see hundreds of faces on our way to work, in the hallways at school, on public transportation and in the checkout line at the store. But...

Op Ed: Manning has been great, but it’s time to plan for future

Op Ed: Manning has been great, but it’s time to plan for future

October 13, 2015

Coloradoans have worshipped Peyton Manning since the summer of 2012, when John Elway lured him to D-Town. Super Bowl rings were in both of these legends’...

Op Ed: Jettison those junk-food breakfasts, and make your day

Anthony Shaw, Arapahoe Pinnacle Sports Columnist

October 13, 2015

Filed under Health/Science, Opinion

Unless you live under a rock, someone’s probably told you at least once in your life that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. It’s true. That doesn’t mean whatever you put in your body that morning is essential to you. Our bodies need certain types of fuels to help launch you through your day, certain fuels that will go uncredited in your future....

My Transition to Civilian Life

My Transition to Civilian Life

Doug Hensel, Arapahoe Pinnacle Contributor

October 5, 2015

Filed under Opinion

When I was halfway around the world living in a tent with nine other soldiers, I thought that getting home alive and in one piece might be the best thing...

Common Sense Before Handcuffs

Common Sense Before Handcuffs

Anayeli Villalobos, Arapahoe Pinnacle Contributor

September 25, 2015

Filed under Opinion

Even when police officers want to prevent a terrorist attack, they should use common sense before arresting and handcuffing a minor who was working on...

First Priority: Protect All Students

First Priority: Protect All Students

Connor DeBlieck, Arapahoe Pinnacle Contributor

September 25, 2015

Filed under Opinion

The police might have used excessive tactics when arresting Ahmed, but their efforts to protect other students and teachers was understandable. We frequently...