Western Colorado

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Three more flu cases confirmed in western region

By Dennis Webb

The state of Colorado is reporting three more confirmed cases of the H1N1 (swine) flu virus in western Colorado, bringing the region’s total to five. Two more cases have been confirmed in Eagle County, giving that county three confirmed ...

Project Rulison lawsuit dismissed

By Dennis Webb

A judge this week dismissed a lawsuit by residents and citizen groups seeking to force a state hearing over oil and gas drilling permits near the Project Rulison nuclear blast site. Denver District Court Judge Larry Naves ruled Monday in ...

Stadium Sports Bar & Grill closed over taxes Stadium Sports Bar & Grill closed over taxes

By Carrie Marfitano

The Colorado Department of Revenue seized the Stadium Sports Bar & Grill, 3210 Interstate 70 Business Loop in Clifton, because of more than $27,000 in unpaid taxes, according to agency spokesman Mark Couch. The unpaid taxes date from ...

Bennet to meet with health care officials

By Staff

U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet, D-Colo., will meet this afternoon with health care and other officials and visit Marillac Clinic. Bennet is to unveil legislation modeled after Rocky Mountain Health Plans’ patient-transition model that assures ...

Nemnich was suspect in ’73 Denver murder

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The Longmont man charged with stabbing to death a Grand Junction mother and daughter in 1975 was a suspect in a 1973 rape and murder in Denver, according to a police report obtained by The Daily Sentinel. An arrest affidavit about a ...

Cops look for girl’s stabbing suspects

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Montrose police are seeking two or more people who can help them learn who stabbed a 14-year-old girl in the shoulder after she answered a knock at her door this week. The attack on the girl took place about 5 a.m. Monday at the girl’s ...

Oil, gas regulators repeal new rule allowing hearings on permits

By Dennis Hill

Colorado oil and gas regulators have agreed to rescind a new provision letting state health, environment and wildlife officials seek hearings on drilling permits. The Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission on Thursday unanimously agreed ...

Road 26 failure 5-9-9

Who will foot bill for crumbling road up in air

By Emily Shockley

A sign now blinks “ROAD FAILURE” then “UNDER EVALUATION” along the roadside before the cracked, uneven pavement greets oncoming drivers. A solution for those cracks, crevices and bumps on a freshly paved stretch of 26 ...

Preliminary hearing set for suspect in double-fatal North Ave. accident

By Paul Shockley

A judge Wednesday scheduled a preliminary hearing for the driver charged with vehicular homicide in a double-fatal accident on North Avenue in February. Derrick Maxfield, 20, who appeared in District Judge Richard Gurley’s courtroom ...

Traffic signs going up on I-70

By Staff

The Colorado Department of Transportation is proceeding with the purchase and placement of several variable message signs for the Interstate 70 corridor through Mesa County at a cost of nearly $1 million. CDOT signs will be installed this ...

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