Breaking News: Saturday, October 25, 2014

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Yosemite climbing film screening tonight

By Staff

Grand Valley Climbing, 1548 Independent Ave., is hosting a viewing of “Valley Uprising” tonight from 6 to 10 p.m. The two-hour film features a history of climbing at Yosemite National Park where much of the “climbing culture” was born, as well as the new aspects and cutting edge technology of climbing. Tickets are $15 per person or $10 for members. Viewers 21 years and older are welcome to bring their own alcoholic beverage and a food truck will be on site. Plenty ...


Man injured after crashing while eluding troopers

By The AP

TRINIDAD — The Colorado State Patrol says a man was injured after crashing while trying to flee a traffic stop on Interstate 25 near Trinidad. Troopers say the man was stopped Friday evening for suspected drunk driving and then took off. The state patrol says troopers called off the chase because it became too dangerous. A short time later the Colorado State Patrol was notified that the fleeing vehicle had crashed while attempting to exit the highway. The man suffered minor ...


Hickenlooper joins ‘personhood’ opposition effort

By The AP

AURORA — Gov. John Hickenlooper is joining abortion-rights advocates today who are opposing a ballot measure to add “unborn human beings” to Colorado criminal code. The governor is listed as a “special guest” at the No On 67 rally in Aurora. Abortion-right advocates say that because the ballot measure does not define “unborn human beings,” the measure could ban abortions and some forms of birth control and fertility treatments. It is the third ...


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