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Boulder officer cleared in fatal shooting of CU student

By The AP

BOULDER — The Boulder police officer who fatally shot a University of Colorado student after he confronted officers while wielding a hammer outside his apartment has been cleared of criminal wrongdoing in the case. The Daily Camera ...


Email letters, September 3, 2015

By Staff

Administration continues to ignore the important issues Does Bill Grant ever disagree with anything the president does (or any other Democrat politician for that matter)? Probably not! His blubbering praise and plaudits over such a major ...


Choices not worth a hill of beans

By Steve Beauregard

Each day, we’re forced into making thousands of small decisions. “Shall I cook rice or spaghetti?” you ask yourself. “Should I grab the pot of spaghetti using pot holders, or use my bare hands?” and “What ...


Aspen Skiing Co. tells long-term campers it’s time to go

By The AP

ASPEN — Longtime tenants of a campground near Basalt are being asked to vacate as the owner moves toward a traditional, short-term RV park operation. The Aspen Times reports Aspen Skiing Co., in a letter addressed to “long-term ...


Evacuation notifications lifted for Larimer County wildfire

By The AP

LIVERMORE — Evacuation notifications have been lifted after more than 100 people were told to get out of the Crystal Lakes area in northern Colorado because of a 20-acre wildfire. Larimer County officials say the fire that broke out ...


Uber cool:  Ride-sharing app seeking to connect more drivers, riders in Grand Junction

By Erin McIntyre

By day, he’s a physical education teacher and the assistant tennis coach at Colorado Mesa University. But some nights, David Smith is an Uber driver, giving strangers rides around town and making some spending money while he’s at ...


We could use more leaders like Pat Gormley

By Robin Brown

When community leader and philanthropist Pat Gormley passed away a few weeks ago, I went back and reread an Operation Foresight story by local writers Vera Mulder and Ken Johnson. I used to refer to Operation Foresight often while working on ...


Driver charged in drag-racing death waves hearing

By The AP

COLORADO SPRINGS — A man who is accused hitting and killing a man while driving drunk and drag racing in Colorado Springs has waived his preliminary hearing in court. The Gazette reports that 21-year-old John Marvel was supposed to ...


Siblings arrested in connection to man’s 2013 disappearance

By The AP

FAIRPLAY — A brother and sister have been arrested in connection with a Park County cold case. KUSA-TV reports that 27-year-old Jarrod Moquist faces first-degree murder charges and 31-year-old Audra Moquist faces accessory charges in ...


Printed Letters: Sept. 3, 2015

By Staff

Cuckoos have been spotted in Mesa County With all due respect, I would like to comment on Greg Walcher’s information about the presence of the recently listed yellow-billed cuckoo in Mesa County. His letters were titled “Going ...


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