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Pitkin offers legal help in carbon monoxide deaths

By The AP

ASPEN— Pitkin County and the city of Aspen are offering to help pay for the criminal defense of two current and former employees indicted in the 2008 carbon monoxide deaths of a Denver couple and their two children. Pitkin County ...


Delta, Frontier drop Aspen flights

By The AP

ASPEN — Frontier Airlines and Delta Air Lines won’t be flying to Aspen this winter, cutting air traffic to the ski resort an estimated 20 percent. The Aspen Daily News reported today that the airlines have confirmed they’re ...


Tancredo to officially enter governor’s race

By The AP

LAKEWOOD — Former Colorado congressman Tom Tancredo plans to make his candidacy for governor official. Tancredo planned to announce his entry into the race today in Lakewood. He has said he’s running because he doesn’t ...


Tiara Rado Senior Men’s Club July 29, 2010

By Staff

Tiara Rado Senior Men's League - July 29, 2010 2 Man Best Ball-Flight 1 1st Gross Mark F., Steve J. 66 T2nd Gross Bob H., Ed ...


Clerk certifies petition to oust Palisade mayor

By Charles Ashby

Palisade Town Clerk Carol Speakman certified Wednesday there were enough valid signatures on a petition to recall Mayor Dave Walker. Speakman said of the 193 signatures turned into the town last week, 169 were from valid registered voters. ...


Poll: GOP candidates lead Dems in U.S. Senate race

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Both Republicans in the race for the U.S. Senate lead both Democrats, according to the latest Rasmussen Reports poll. Republicans are choosing between Weld County District Attorney Ken Buck and former Lt. Gov. Jane Norton in their Aug. 10 ...


Colorado gets a C in math standards

By Emily Shockley

Finding a job applicant for openings at Western Slope Industries Inc. isn’t tough for company president H. Merritt Kinsey. Finding one that knows math well enough to be a machinist is another matter. Kinsey, who hired several people ...


Ditch rider dilemma 072810

Firm shuts off ditch without telling users beforehand

By Amy Hamilton

Tempers of some Pear Park residents have been boiling over in the past two weeks after irrigation water unexpectedly was turned off and summer temperatures scorched their lawns and gardens. One hundred-nineteen shares of irrigation water that ...


May’s guv robocall causes complaints

By Charles Ashby

Several Dan Maes’ supporters have lodged complaints this week about robocalls supporting Scott McInnis in the GOP race for governor, but it all may be a misunderstanding. The callers complain that someone claiming to be Dan Maes is ...


More charges in fatal crash

By Paul Shockley

A Rifle man has been charged in connection with a fatal rollover traffic accident June 29 in which another man faces a charge of criminally negligent homicide. Richard Carlson, 48, was issued a felony summons on suspicion of careless driving ...


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