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Man dies, 3 sickened in trailer at Delta park

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A Delta man died from carbon monoxide poisoning and three other adults were sickened over the holiday weekend at a recreational vehicle park in Delta, authorities said Monday. Delta County Coroner Chalmer Swain ruled 50-year-old Jack ...

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By William Woody

Members of the ‘Witch Doctors’ were the guests of honor at Friendship Hall in Montrose Monday afternoon for a deployment ceremony.  ...

Court: City erred in nixing petition effort against Brady Trucking

By Paul Shockley

The city of Grand Junction “abused discretion” in nullifying citizen petitions collected in opposition to a 2008 zoning decision by the City Council, according to a recent ruling from the Colorado Court of Appeals. The ruling, ...

About 1,300 went up to monument for fireworks

By Staff

Approximately 1,300 people gathered atop Colorado National Monument to watch a fireworks display for its centennial celebration Friday evening, according to monument estimates. Spectators braved chilly temperatures and a fresh coat of snow to ...

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Student set to sing at inauguration

By Melinda Mawdsley

Destinee Reed is too young to vote, but that won’t keep the Central High School student out of politics. Reed, 15, will perform at Gov.-elect John Hickenlooper’s inaugural celebration Jan. 11 in Denver, after winning a statewide ...

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Collbran girl’s good taste leads to restaurant fame

By Tess Furey

Growing up in Collbran, Amy Bellotti always felt Italian. Now that the professional chef and sommelier is living in northern Italy, the old country of her father, she is perennially the American. Never mind that she now speaks English with ...

Utility looks at fuel from coal mine methane

By Dennis Webb

A Glenwood Springs-based electric utility is in discussions about purchasing power that would be generated from methane that is now vented to the atmosphere from coal mining in the North Fork Valley. “It’s really an outside ...

Tickets still available for Denver celebration

By Charles Ashby

Tickets are still available for those who want to dine or see a concert with Colorado’s incoming governor, John Hickenlooper, and his running mate, Joe Garcia. The two Democrats will be sworn into office at a 10 a.m. inaugural ceremony ...

Son heads to trial in brutal killing of his father

By Dennis Webb

MEEKER — Sixteen Rio Blanco County residents will spend most of January considering the case of a man accused of killing his father with a hatchet in 2009. Jury selection will begin Tuesday in the trial of Jerry Snider Jr. He faces ...

Law like Arizona’s a no-go, says Republican

By Charles Ashby

Republicans intend to introduce several illegal-immigration measures when the Legislature starts work this month, and at least one GOP member is hopeful something will be passed by a divided statehouse and signed by a Democratic ...

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