Former Colorado Rapids midfielder Marco Pappa leaves MLS

Joining Jermaine Jones, he is the second veteran midfielder to leave the Rapids after a very successful season.

Bobby Burling. Colorado Rapids during game against FC Dallas at Dick’s Sporting Goods Park, July 23, 2016. Rapids took the lead in the first half, and lost the lead when DC Dallas scored in the second half and the game ended in a tie 1-1. (Jessica Taves/For Denverite) jessica taves; denverite; colorado rapids; fc dallas; sports; soccer; colorado; denver;
Marco Pappa, right, won’t be playing in Major League Soccer next year. (Jessica Taves/For Denverite)

Marco Pappa, a veteran midfielder who saw more action in fan blog comments than on the field for the Colorado Rapids toward the end of last season, will play next year in his home country of Guatemala according to Major League Soccer’s website.  He’ll play for CSD Municipal in Guatemala City. 

Colorado legislators on why they were at the Denver Women’s March

Colorado Politics reporter Joey Bunch asked Rep. Leslie Herod, Rep. Dafna Michaelson Jenet, Former Sen. Morgan Carroll, Rep. Jessie Danielson and Rep. Joe Salazar about why they participated in the Women’s March on Denver.

“It’s about standing up for women’s rights,” Jenet said. “We’ve had a peaceful transition of power and now it’s up to the women and men who gathered here to fight for the things that matter.”