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Apr 3rd 2012 6:23PM What a shame. I know the cookies came from the acquisition of Midwest but it was a nice touch for Frontier passengers as well.
Southwest continues to increase its presence in Denver while Forntier has reduced somewhat, as demonstrated by the number of Southwest flights from Denver to Phoenix (my travel route) versus available Frontier flights.
Jul 19th 2009 12:49PM Cronkite was an internationalist from the get-go, and remained active as such long after he retired. His capabilities as a news anchor, gifted though they were, were just a front. It was he who spearheaded editorializing "news", i.e. following the Tet offensive report in 1968. Over time TV news adopted this and hasn't looked back. So now, long after "Uncle Walter's" retirement we have slanted evening snooze, not news. No wonder the Fox network slogan is "we report, you deride."
Paul Harvey was a Cronkite contemporary who long outlasted Cronkite in news and gained the respect of average Main Street Americans, not just the powerful news elite in New York and DC. Good day!
Jul 3rd 2009 10:40PM This is bush-league journalism at its worst. The Times needs to crash and burn - like other failed snoozepapers (Rocky Mountain Snooze) - and include in its demise the miserable author of this amateurish piece of phooey.