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Jensen toddlers’ deaths on mesa still a mystery

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At the close of 2012, it’s still a mystery what exactly led to the deaths of 2-year-old William Jensen and his brother, 4-year-old Tyler. According to court records, the boys’ 24-year-old mother, Heather Jensen of Palisade, told ...


Suspect ‘bathed’ with his student, a 7-year-old girl

By Mike Wiggins

A Palisade man charged with repeatedly molesting a 7-year-old girl during music lessons in his Palisade home bathed with the girl, took nude photos and videos of her and penned a note in which he told the girl he loved her, according to an ...

Suit challenges chiropractors’
drugs-by-injection directive

By Charles Ashby

The Colorado Medical Society filed suit in Denver District Court late Friday to try to block chiropractors in the state from being able to administer drugs to patients. The society said the Colorado Board of Chiropractic Examiners overstepped ...

Fog, snow unlikely to hinder travelers today

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Holiday travelers battled snow and fog this week. But Grand Valley travelers are likely to find a reprieve from bad weather this weekend. Skies should be clear today and most of Sunday in Mesa County, according to Jim Daniels, a ...

CDOT shutters west Glenwood rest stop on I-70

By Dennis Webb

In a cost-saving move, the Colorado Department of Transportation has closed a rest area built in 1969 on Interstate 70 in west Glenwood Springs. The agency closed the facility Wednesday. It’s one of four the Colorado Transportation ...

Ute Water postpones hike in tap fees

By Staff

A planned increase in tap fees charged by Ute Water Conservancy District will go into effect Feb. 1, a month later than originally intended. The Ute Board of Directors voted Thursday to postpone the new rate so that all the contractors and ...


Feral felines a growing problem in city

By Amy Hamilton

The alley is silent, quieter still under a padding of snow, until the car’s headlights appear. Suddenly, from underneath a fence, around a corner and under the bellies of parked cars, an assortment of cats spills out into the roadway, ...

Farmers keep close eye 
on expiring estate tax

By Duffy Hayes

Lost in the current Beltway din about tax rates on the rise and mandatory spending cuts set to happen in 2013 is the expansion of the estate tax, which could impact family farms across the country in a big way. If nothing changes, starting ...

to Capitol

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Members of Congress are returning to the Capitol for a Sunday session in which U.S. Rep. Scott Tipton, R-Colo., said he hoped the Senate would act on one of the measures already passed by the House. House Speaker John Boehner called the House ...

CMC president leaving with $500K severance

By Dennis Webb

Colorado Mountain College and its president are parting ways, at a half-million-dollar cost to the school. CMC’s board Thursday accepted Stan Jensen’s resignation and approved a $500,000 separation payment to him under an ...

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