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Court sides with those seeking guns on CU campus

By The AP

DENVER — The Colorado Court of Appeals ruled in favor of a a group seeking to allow students with concealed gun permits to carry their weapons on campus. Gun rights organization Students for Concealed Carry on Campus argued the 1994 CU ...


Lower Valley Fire Department candidate forum tonight

By Amy Hamilton

A public candidate forum for those seeking terms with the Lower Valley Fire Department starts at 6 p.m. tonight at Fruita’s City Hall, 325 East Aspen Ave. in Fruita. Candidates running for terms include: Dave Anderson, Jack Cassidy, ...


Tax Day draws protesters

By The AP

FORT COLLINS — It’s Tax Day — and that means lots of protests against the size of federal government. More than a dozen protests are planned across Colorado Thursday to mark April 15, the day most federal income taxes are ...


Hearings continues in alleged threat of state representative

By The AP

DENVER — More testimony is planned in a case involving a lobbyist accused of threatening a lawmaker. The Legislature’s ethics committee is set to meet Thursday to hear from a sergeant-at-arms as well as another lobbyist. Rep. Wes ...


Colo. Springs DA seeks to charge 14-year-old as adult

By The Daily Sentinel

COLORADO SPRINGS — A May 3 hearing will be held to determine whether a 14-year-old boy will be tried as an adult in the shooting death of the boy’s brother. Daniel Gudino was 13-years-old when prosecutors say he shot and killed ...


2 dogs trapped in a gold mine shaft

By The AP

CRIPPLE CREEK— Rescuers are trying to rescue two dogs trapped in a gold mine shaft near Cripple Creek. Teller County sheriff’s animal-control officers Wednesday tried coaxing the dogs out of a Cripple Creek and Victor Gold Mine ...


Not-just-any-economist Stein packs ‘em in

By Emily Shockley

Economist, professor and deadpan comedic actor Ben Stein shared his thoughts on current issues in the United States in a keynote address Wednesday afternoon during Entrepreneurship Day at Mesa State College. The event included moments of ...


Tax revenue drop forces Palisade to slash its budget

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Palisade town officials’ decision to slash spending this year by nearly $250,000 has generated mixed reactions from town trustees. Some suggest a few cuts should be restored. Others are proposing deeper reductions. Town Administrator ...


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Man accused of sex assaults against boy, 11

By Paul Shockley

An Orchard Mesa man was arrested Tuesday on suspicion he forced a now 11-year-old boy into sexual acts during a 14-month span that ended in October 2006. Stanley Dee Smith, 58, was ordered by County Court Judge Gretchen Larson on Wednesday ...


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Man helps family out of icy river

By Paul Shockley

Redlands resident Ken Goss just shrugs, not terribly impressed by decisions he made on the Colorado River that put him briefly in a hospital and might have saved a family of four outside Moab. “I had to,” Goss replied, when asked ...


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