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Former Walsenburg police officer arrested

By The AP

PUEBLO — A former Walsenburg police officer has been arrested on suspicion of selling crack-cocaine in Pueblo. Authorities say Gloria Suazo recently pleaded guilty to helping her ex-husband distribute heroin. An arrest affidavit ...


Republicans take big lead in Colorado early voting

By The AP

DENVER — Republicans are taking a big lead in early voting in Colorado. A report from the Secretary of State on Friday showed that 104,000 more Republicans than Democrats had cast their ballots as the state conducts its first major ...


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Arrests made in September Main Street beating case

By Staff

Grand Junction police have arrested two men accused of assaulting 33-year-old Zachery Lane, who was found with serious injuries lying on a Main Street sidewalk in September. Marquise Deshawn Evans, 21, of Grand Junction, Jeffrey Toney, 21, of ...


Internet problems force test changes

By The AP

LOVELAND — Thompson School District officials in Loveland have been forced to delay some standardized tests that were to be given over the Internet because of connection problems throughout the district. District spokesman Michael ...


New GOP election judges get training

By The AP

BOULDER — Six new Republican election judges are getting special training for Tuesday’s election following complaints that county officials picked too many Democrats to rule on mail-in ballots. More than 200 people have already ...


Prep football scores from around Colorado

By The AP

Arvada West 53, Northglenn 0 Broomfield 31, Silver Creek 24 Dakota Ridge 48, Littleton 7 Delta 27, Palisade 24, OT Denver South 39, Wheat Ridge 20 Discovery Canyon 34, Canon City 31 Elizabeth 19, Vista PEAK 7 Erie 16, Niwot 0 Evergreen ...


Internet problems force test changes

By The AP

LOVELAND — Thompson School District officials in Loveland have been forced to delay some standardized tests that were to be given over the Internet because of connection problems throughout the district. District spokesman Michael ...


Pot measures divide citizens in Palisade

By Kathleen Goddeyne

Pot seems to be the talk of the town in Palisade, but some residents have felt uncomfortable speaking out about the issues. Recent changes to the town’s municipal and land use codes that allow outdoor grow operations, along with ...


District gets $1M grant for reading program

By Emily Shockley

School District 51 recently received nearly $1 million in state grant funding to help children in the district who are struggling with reading. The funding comes from a competitive grant program administered by the Colorado Department of ...


Teen crowd’s behavior shakes cops

By Dennis Webb

A teen crowd became so unruly after a football game in Glenwood Springs last week that police feared for their safety and called for backup from other departments, Glenwood police Chief Terry Wilson says. The incident occurred Oct. 24 outside ...


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