Charity begins at home

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Stan, a 13-month-old mixed breed, was found on Oct. 6 running down a street in Kansas dragging a chain that was attached to his neck by wire and is currently at Roice Hurst Humane Society, 362 28 Road, where he will be available for adoption soon. The shelter is one of 24 local nonprofits that will be participating in Colorado Gives Day.


Nonprofits, like shelter, ask locals to dig deep

On Friday afternoon, the staff at the Roice-Hurst Humane Society is juggling many things at once — Executive Director Anna Stout carries a kitten, bundled in a blanket, that just came out of surgery.

West Slope water users win in court

Western Slope interests led by the Grand Valley Water Users’ Association prevailed in the Colorado Supreme Court in a major water case Monday involving transmountain diversions to the Front Range.





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