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Searchers find body of climber in Grand Teton

By The AP

GRAND TETON NATIONAL PARK, Wyo. — Rescue workers have found the body of a missing climber who fell over a cliff during a thunderstorm while climbing a mountain at Grand Teton National Park. Park spokeswoman Bobbie Visnovske says ...


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Judges “Spot” prize pig

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

Korbin Roehm, 11, wasn’t too surprised when his 257 pound pig Spot won the first place prize in the class 6 showmanship competition Thursday morning. “He has wide hams and wide shoulders,” Roehm explained, “and ...


Share Colorado food bank files for bankruptcy

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Share Colorado, an organization that provided food for residents in several western Colorado counties, recently filed for bankruptcy protection. Share Colorado, based in Pueblo, had customers in several Western Slope communities, such as ...


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Colorado sites named among America’s ‘Best Wild Places’

By Dave Buchanan

Two of Colorado’s more-isolated backcountry areas have been named among western America’s “Best Wild Places” by Field & Stream magazine and Trout Unlimited. The Alpine Triangle and the Roan Plateau join four other ...


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Man accused of sexually exploiting girl

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An examination of a cell phone belonging to a man being held in the Mesa County Jail on a variety of charges resulted in new allegations of sexual exploitation of a child. Brett Burke, 19, of Whitewater, remains in the jail after Mesa County ...


State leaders to discuss issues facing Colorado tonight

By Staff

Secretary of State Bernie Buescher will be in Palisade with some Democratic friends tonight. Buescher and his wife, Mary Beth, will join House Assistant Majority Leader Andy Kerr and House District 61 candidate Roger Wilson, a Democrat from ...


Judge grills feds on pulling Utah drilling leases

By The AP

SALT LAKE CITY — A federal judge on Wednesday questioned Interior Secretary Ken Salazar’s justification for canceling 77 drilling leases sold by the Bush administration around national parks in Utah. A U.S. Justice Department ...


Tiara Rado Men’s Club July 22, 2010

By Staff

Tiara Rado Men's League - July 22, 2010 2 Man Scramble-Front 9-Flight 1 1st Gross Michael C.,Mike C. 32 T2nd Gross Mike H., Tom ...


Ex-Mesa County official gets probation in stalking case

By Paul Shockley

A former longtime, senior-level Mesa County official told a judge this morning he “made a mistake” when he stalked the wife of another county employee, placed a Global-Positioning System on her vehicle while harassing her and her ...


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Ex-Mesa County official gets probation in stalking case

By Paul Shockley

A former longtime, senior-level Mesa County official told a judge this morning he “made a mistake” when he stalked the wife of another county employee, placed a Global-Positioning System on her vehicle while harassing her and her ...


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