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Colo. governor says he would veto immigration bill

By The AP

DENVER — Colorado Gov. Bill Ritter says he would veto any bills like the one in Arizona requiring local authorities to question suspected illegal immigrants. Ritter says he believes the Arizona law is unconstitutional and will be struck ...

Grand Valley under freeze warning

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Old Man Winter is getting in a final dig on the Western Slope, as snow fell in the Grand Valley this morning and cold air moving in behind the storm system could endanger fruit trees and plants tonight. The Interstate 70 corridor from the ...

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Real estate agency provides shoes for needy kids

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

For the past eight years, the brokers and staff at Coldwell Banker have quietly bought shoes, pants, and shirts for needy kids at Nisley Elementary. Twice a year the brokers are given names of nearly 100 children whose parents aren’t ...

Senate divided on parent involvement in schools

By The AP

DENVER — State lawmakers are divided on whether teachers should be held accountable for the poor performance of students whose parents aren’t involved in their education. The issue emerged today as the Senate began debating ...

Ritter signs $18.2B budget

By The AP

DENVER — Gov. Bill Ritter signed a $18.2 billion budget into law today, saying it contained some tough cuts but that the pain was fairly spread across the board. “This budget is fair, it’s thoughtful, it’s responsible ...

Deputy facing charges for stun gun incident

By The AP

LEADVILLE — A Colorado sheriff’s deputy who resigned after allegations he used a stun gun on high school students during a job fair now faces child abuse charges. Lake County prosecutors on Wednesday filed 11 misdemeanor charges ...

BYOP? Breckenridge club invites pot smokers

By The AP

BRECKENRIDGE — Club 420 doesn’t sell medical marijuana. It simply sells memberships for people who want to use marijuana using club vaporizers. The Breckenridge club opened last week and sells memberships for $20 a month. But ...

State’s GOP candidates back immigration law

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The Arizona immigration law that is raising hackles or hopes, depending on the side of the immigration divide, is winning support from one Republican running for governor and three Republicans wanting to serve in Washington, D.C. Scott ...

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Daughter recalls with pride late champion of Lake Powell

By Dennis Webb

Fruitvale resident Jan DeBolt remembers the time her father took his family camping on Lake Powell. “Actually, he got us settled in camp, and then he was called back to Washington, D.C., for congressional hearings. So he wasn’t ...

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New place for strays to open

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With dogs barking in easy-to-clean and well-ventilated kennels and cats lounging in their playground-like area, Mesa County officials and local animal-care providers celebrated Wednesday the opening of the county’s new Animal Services ...

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