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A rainbow is reflected off of the glass on Alpine Bank in the eastern glass facade of the First National Bank Monday evening.
According to the National Weather Service, the next few days should be fair weather.

$1 million fine levied in deaths at Ouray County silver mine

The former operators of a Ouray County silver ore mine are facing a fine of more than $1 million following the completion of a federal investigation into the death of two workers at the mine last November.


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    DENVER (AP) — Three teenage girls being investigated for trying to join Islamic State forces in Syria were victims of an "online predator" who encouraged them, a school official said Wednesday, as U.S. officials tried to determine how they made it to Europe without anyone knowing and whether terrorists' appeal is deepening among vulnerable youth.

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