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Mine activity likely cause of small Paonia quake

By Duffy Hayes

Scientists recorded a small earthquake early Thursday morning in coal country near Paonia, a tremor that doesn’t seem to have registered much with residents there. The U.S. Geological Survey reported a magnitude 2.8 quake at 12:35 a.m., ...

Craig man dies in blast 
at Moffat 
fracking site

By Dennis Webb

A Craig man was killed Thursday morning when a 300-barrel storage tank exploded at an oil and gas development site in Moffat County as workers there were using a propane heating device to thaw valves. Jon Herod, 49, was killed in the incident ...

Lawmakers agree on endangered fish funding

By Staff

As the House and Senate wrangled over the fiscal cliff, Democrats and Republicans found agreement on the four endangered fish of the Colorado River. The Senate on Monday unanimously approved a measure reauthorizing the recovery program for ...

Barrett completes sell-off of natural gas assets

By Dennis Webb

Bill Barrett Corp. this week closed on its previously announced sale of natural gas assets including a partial interest in its holdings south of Silt. Vanguard Natural Resources, LLC, on Monday acquired a working interest in what Barrett ...

Colo. theater shooting kin reject movie invitation

By The AP

CENTENNIAL — Relatives of the majority of people killed in a Colorado movie theater rejected an invitation on Wednesday to attend its reopening later this month, calling it a “disgusting offer.” The parents, grandparents, ...

Man dies of apparent gunshot wound in Denver

By The AP

DENVER — Denver police are investigating their first homicide of 2013. Officers responded to a report of a shooting Tuesday night and found two men suffering from apparent gunshot wounds. They were taken to the hospital and one later ...

Bennet among 8 senators voting no on cliff deal

By The AP

DENVER — Colorado’s congressional delegation split on the compromise to break the fiscal cliff largely along party lines. However, Democratic Sen. Michael Bennet was among just eight senators — and three Democrats — ...

Colo theater shooting lawyers head back to court

By The AP

CENTENNIAL — Prosecutors and defense lawyers in the Colorado theater shooting are heading back to court in advance of a crucial hearing in the case. The judge has told both sides to appear in court Wednesday to make sure everything is ...

Broncos tickets go on sale to Rocky Mountain fans

By The AP

DENVER — The Denver Broncos are trying to give fans in Colorado and surrounding states first crack at playoff tickets. The tickets go on sale Monday at noon through Ticketmaster. The team says tickets will only be available to people ...

Ski patroller dies after avalanche at Snowmass

By The AP

SNOWMASS VILLAGE — Investigators are headed to the site of Colorado’s first avalanche death this season. A member of Aspen Skiing Company’s off-duty ski patrol died Sunday after an avalanche in a permanently closed area at ...

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