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By Dennis Webb

A Piceance Basin natural gas developer founded by someone who helped pioneer modern-day drilling in the area has sold its remaining producing local properties. Bill Barrett Corp. did not announce the buyer or buyers of what it calls its ...


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It’s only Lost if the sign is missing

By Dave Buchanan

Lost Lake isn’t really lost. It isn’t even hard to get to, if you’re willing to walk a mile or so from the parking lot at Lost Lake Slough, where a campground, bear-proof Dumpsters and cold-water tap provide the bare ...


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Genetics key to patchwork of fall colors in Colorado high country

By Dave Buchanan

The all-weather road over Kebler Pass is rarely quiet these days. The chance of high-country fall colors lures motorists and cyclists to this aspen-lined portion of Gunnison County Road 12 and the West Elk Loop between Paonia Reservoir and ...


Free trail monitoring at Dinosaur Journey

By Dave Buchanan

Take a day off to celebrate National Public Lands Day on Sept. 27. No problem, since it’s a Saturday, and make the most of your day by adopting a section of trail in McInnis Canyons National Conservation Area. Colorado Canyons ...


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Boating closure begins Oct. 1 on Highline Lake

By Dave Buchanan

You can tell it’s almost fall. The days are noticeably shorter, the mornings are cooler and HighLine Lake turns from water sports to waterfowl. As is traditional, Highline Lake State Park on Oct. 1 will close to all water-based ...


Barrett sheds Piceance project

By Dennis Webb

A Piceance Basin natural gas developer founded by someone who helped pioneer modern-day drilling in the area has sold its remaining producing local properties. Bill Barrett Corp. did not announce the buyer or buyers of what it calls its ...


Email letters, September 16, 2014

By Staff

Reader questions where Udall stands on important issues I’m having a little trouble understanding what Mark Udall actually stands for. His ads rant about the Koch brothers while he pulls in fortunes from billionaire Tom Steyer. He ...


Theater shooting victim’s parents sue ammo seller

By The AP

DENVER — The parents of a woman killed in the Colorado theater shootings filed a lawsuit Tuesday accusing four online retailers of improperly selling ammunition, tear gas, a high-capacity magazine and body armor used in the attack. The ...


Police: Teen runs over cop in stolen vehicle

By Mike Wiggins

A 13-year-old boy has been arrested and will face criminal charges after he allegedly stole his parents’ vehicle and ran over a police officer’s leg when authorities attempted to take him into custody. Police said the boy’s ...


Woman suspected of more than $27K in welfare fraud

By Mike Wiggins

The Mesa County Department of Human Services has forwarded a suspected welfare fraud case to prosecutors so they can file criminal charges against a woman suspected of stealing more than $27,200 in public benefits over a nearly nine-year ...


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