Western Colorado

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Outdoor enthusiasts flock to Cabela’s opening

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

Hundreds of excited customers thronged through the doors of the new Cabela’s store at Mesa Mall on Thursday afternoon. Some couldn’t contain their excitement to see the new store packed with sporting goods, fishing gear and guns. ...


Main Street open to cars on Saturday

By Staff

Drivers will get to access Main Street from Fourth to First streets starting Saturday. The area will be open to pedestrians, only, tonight for a party from 5 to 9 p.m. in the 300 block of Main Street. The three western blocks of downtown ...


Gas firm rejects summarizing effects of fracking

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A proposal calling on Williams Cos. to summarize the environmental effects of hydraulic fracturing went down to defeat by stockholders on Thursday. The Williams board opposed the measure, noting that the technology for drawing natural gas out ...


Fire danger no higher than normal this summer

By Charles Ashby

A relatively cold winter and wet spring means most of Colorado should have a normal fire-threat season, but the northwest corner of the state might have more problems, state officials said Thursday. Colorado State Forest Service Director Jeff ...


CDOT reopens all lanes through Glenwood Canyon

By Staff

Road crews finished repairing rockfall damage on Interstate 70 through Glenwood Canyon and reopened all of its lanes, state highways officials announced Wednesday. Lanes on the eastbound and westbound sides of the interstate were opened ...


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City built it, but will they come park?

By Emily Shockley

Nearly two-and-a-half years after the Rood Avenue Parking Garage between Fourth and Fifth streets opened to downtown customers and employees, many drivers continue to resist switching from on-street parking. Just 8 percent of the 126 public ...


Colorado’s part-timers getting full job benefits

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The state of Colorado pays out at least $10 million annually in full-time benefits to part-time employees, some of whom work as few as 10 hours a week, according to state Rep. Laura Bradford, R-Collbran. At her request, the state’s ...


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Woman to plead guilty in dog dragging

By Paul Shockley

A woman accused of stealing a dog that was later killed by her brother on Colorado National Monument is expected to plead guilty to related federal charges, a spokesman for the U.S. Attorney’s Office said Wednesday. Melissa Lockhart, ...


New teacher tenure law concerns union chief

By Emily Shockley

Gov. Bill Ritter will sign Senate Bill 191 into law today, altering how tenure and evaluations work in Colorado schools. Teachers will have to demonstrate effectiveness for three consecutive years before earning tenure, officially known as ...


Fruita police await autopsy of woman found dead in pond

By Staff

Fruita police are awaiting the results of an autopsy being done on a 59-year-old Fruita woman who was found dead Wednesday morning in a landscaping pond in her backyard. Fruita police received the call just after 8 a.m. about the woman who ...


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