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Bond set at $1.5 million for suspect in Taco Bell slaying, crime spree

By Paul Shockley

County Court Judge Bruce Raaum this afternoon set bond at $1.5 million for a California man who was advised on 21 possible charges, including first-degree murder in the July slaying of a man outside of Taco Bell on North Avenue in Grand ...


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eBricks helps community move

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

The eBricks Outlet Store, global distributor of LEGO, has a large moving billboard that doesn’t move much. The Isuzi 4500 truck usually sits near the eBrick store at 539 N. First St. Owner Kenneth Riskey had the 8-by-15-foot truck ...


Email letters, Oct. 25, 2011

By Staff

Oil shale development continues to be 10 years away 
The companies involved in the last oil shale boom still own 20 percent of the state’s oil shale land, still have the designs for the processes, still have Colorado River water ...


Talbott Farms 10/25/11

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

Obama mortgage plan has little Colorado impact

By The AP

DENVER — A new federal program allowing more homeowners who are in trouble with their mortgages to qualify for refinancing is expected to have little impact in Colorado. President Barack Obama on Monday announced the broadening of the ...


Police task force investigating credit card scam

By The AP

LOVELAND — Authorities from 17 agencies including the FBI have formed a task force to investigate a credit card scam that has victimized about 600 people in northern Colorado. Law enforcement agencies say the scam is one of the largest ...


College telescope network to help track space junk

By The AP

DURANGO — Colleges in Chile and Colorado are part of a network that is helping to track space junk that could slam into the International Space Station or satellites. The Falcon Telescope Network will identify, track and study natural ...


EPA to push cleanup of coal plants

By The AP

DENVER — The head of the Environmental Protection Agency says federal regulators will continue to push for the cleanup of coal power plants in southwestern Colorado despite the rough economy. EPA administrator Lisa Jackson praised ...


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Attorney: Carjacking had been staged to get cash from cartel

By Paul Shockley

A California man was sentenced Monday to eight years in prison for his role in a Fruita carjacking, which was described by the man’s attorney as a ruse gone awry. German Martinez-Rivera, 33, of Fontana, Calif., may have been part of an ...


Holy Family students above average on tests

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The average Holy Family Catholic School student performed at or above grade-level proficiency on standardized tests taken last month at the school. Third- through eighth-graders at the school took the Iowa Test of Basic Skills, which has ...


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