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CDOT reopens Highway 133 after rockfall

By Dennis Webb

Crews reopened Colorado Highway 133 in the Paonia Reservoir area south of McClure Pass this afternoon after the road’s closure Wednesday due to rockfall. The reopening was a day earlier than the Colorado Department of Transportation had ...

A-Basin opening starts Colorado ski season

By The AP

KEYSTONE — Colorado’s ski season is underway. Arapahoe Basin became the first resort in the state to open for the season Friday morning. Skiers and snowboarders lined up early to take advantage of the single intermediate open for ...

Email Letters: October 21, 2016

By Staff

71 gives western Colorado a small, but guaranteed voice in what goes on ballot Common sense dictates that our state Constitution should be more challenging to change than our statutory laws. Amendment 71 raises the bar on citizen initiatives ...


Entertainment Briefs Oct. 21 - 27

By Staff

Library accepts Artist in Residence applications Mesa County Libraries are accepting applications for openings in the 970West Studio Artist in Residence program for 2017. The studio, located at Fifth Street and Ouray Avenue, is a public ...

Triple Played: Time to turn up the volume at KMSA

By Rock Cesario

KMSA 91.3 FM is sounding better than it has in a long while. Having been a listener since its inception, I am still partial to the 1970s version. However, this current version is giving it a run for its money. Plus they have access to all of ...


Art at work & play: Artober Fest highlights CMU’s art and design department

By Ann Wright

Between the road roller and the cupola furnace, the electric pottery wheels and graffiti wall, Artober Fest will be rather hard to miss. Look for it on Delta Field, the grassy area with the Fine Arts Building to the west and Wubben Hall and ...

Some Colorado wildfire evacuees allowed back

By The AP

WESTCLIFFE — A southern Colorado wildfire is now 33 percent contained and more residents are being allowed to return home. Evacuation orders for some residents near Beulah in Pueblo County were lifted Thursday morning and some residents ...

Brock Osweiler, Gary Kubiak face former teams Monday night

By The AP

DENVER — This is Brock Osweiler’s chance to stick it to the team that benched him for their Super Bowl run and Gary Kubiak’s shot at sticking it to the organization that canned him in 2013. The Houston Texans (4-2) and ...

UNC to hold groundbreaking ceremony for new $74M building

By The AP

GREELEY — The University of Northern Colorado is set to break ground on a new $74 million building this weekend. The Greeley Tribune reports that the groundbreaking ceremony for the new Campus Commons building will be held Saturday. The ...

Printed Letters: October 21, 2016

By Staff

Tipton has solid record of representation I am quite surprised and disappointed to read your editorial endorsing Gail Schwartz over Scott Tipton for the 3rd Congressional District. Schwartz has centered her campaign on the claim that Tipton ...

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