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Stock Show Reaches Record, Plans For Bigger Future

The National Western Stock Show wrapped up after a record year, packing more than 670,000 people into the complex and bringing in an estimated $100 million.

01/26/2015

(U.S. Army National Guard photo by 1st Lt. Skye Robinson/Released)

Holy Cow! Culture Shock At The Stock Show

Cowboy boots, cowboy hats, gaudy belt buckles and denim everywhere. Coming from metropolitan south Florida, it’s a culture shock.

01/22/2015

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From Stump Of Wood To Carved Masterpiece

Some artists use a paintbrush—others use a chainsaw.

01/19/2015

The cattle drive and National Western Stock Show parade through downtown Denver on Thursday. (credit: CBS)

Cattle Drive Through Denver Kicks Off Stock Show

Denver is getting back in touch with its cow town roots.

01/10/2013

Michael Hancock is sworn in as Denver's mayor on July 18, 2011. (credit: CBS)

Hancock In The Proverbial Catbird Seat

It may be odd to think that a mayor being sworn into office in a city with a $22 million dollar budget deficit, the threat of losing a major annual tradition and a multitude of police issues, has a clear advantage, CBSDenver.com blogger Dominic Dezzutti writes.

07/20/2011

National Western Stock Show (credit: Kevin Moloney/Getty Images)

Stock Show: When is a Lease, a Lease?

However, the most underrated hurdle to me is the fact that the National Western Stock Show Complex is currently committed to a lease to the city of Denver for the next 40 years.

07/05/2011