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Fresh faces: Couple bring love for jazz, concerts to Avalon

By Ann Wright

They came for the cheerful sunshine, milder climate, community and the downtown. They love the downtown. So, signal the music and get Avalon Theatre ready, because Miriam Singer and John Simpson can’t help but see possibilities. The ...


Lines West: Pumpkin Pie

By Staff

Pumpkin Pie It shines through my window in the earliest times, it shines outside and inside and everywhere that is open in the early morning, the color of sun on snow, reflecting in my window the Broncos’ color it sounds like ...

Van definitely the man with latest album

By Rock Cesario

“Put another coin in the wishing well Tell everybody got to go to hell Let it rhyme. In time you’ll be mine.” That’s the first line from the opening track, “Let It Rhyme,” from Van Morrison’s ...

Sheriff thinks excavator sparked Beulah fire

By The AP

BEULAH — Authorities believe a state-owned excavator doing routine maintenance somehow started a wildfire that destroyed eight homes in southern Colorado. Pueblo County Sheriff Kirk Taylor said Thursday that the operator of the Colorado ...

Beulah Hill Fire now 50 percent contained

By The AP

BEULAH — Firefighters have been making progress in cooler and calmer weather to contain the wildfire that destroyed eight homes in southern Colorado. The 8 square mile Beulah Hill Fire was 50 percent contained Thursday, a day after a ...

Email Letters: October 6, 2016

By Staff

Amendment 72 a proven strategy to reduce smoking, save lives I support Amendment 72 because I see the injuries caused by smoking every day and Amendment 72 is a proven strategy to reduce smoking and save lives. This year 5,100 Coloradans will ...

The Latest: Police take shooting suspects into custody

By Gabrielle Porter

UPDATE: The Mesa County Sheriff’s Office has taken the suspects in Wednesday night’s shootings into custody. After a long search, they were found on mountainous terrain near Colorado Highway 65 and Interstate 70 by the Roller ...

Ault officer denies charge in suspected road rage crash

By The AP

GREELEY — A police officer suspected of causing a fatal crash in what authorities say was a road rage incident in northern Colorado has pleaded not guilty to vehicular homicide. The Greeley Tribune reports Blair Jackson entered his plea ...

Inmate dies of apparent suicide at Jefferson County jail

By The AP

GOLDEN — A Jefferson County inmate who was wounded in a shootout with deputies was found dead in his cell of an apparent suicide. The Denver Post reports a deputy and a jail counselor found 40-year-old David Little unresponsive with a ...

2 men wanted after body found in Colorado Springs home

By The AP

COLORADO SPRINGS — Authorities are looking for two men accused of storing human remains in the garage of a vacant Colorado Springs home. The Gazette reports that Craig Ryan Brown and J. Timothy Brown are wanted for investigation of ...

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