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Completing the puzzle

By Erin McIntyre

This weekend, Shellie Lansang’s two mothers will meet for the first time. The mother who carried Shellie for nine months before giving birth to her will meet the mother who carried Shellie in her heart, adopting her and raising her as ...


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Discover the inner workings of a hospital by J. Willis Mitchell

By Laurena Mayne Davis

“Taking care of sick people could be a mean business,” writes J. Willis Mitchell in his character-driven medical thriller, “Medical Necessity.” Mitchell should know. The Cedaredge resident and owner of SnowPack Public ...


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With a little help, mom creates hope for future

By Melinda Mawdsley

Brayden Roy took a dandelion from his freshly picked bouquet and handed it to his mother. KandiAnn Roy put it behind her ear and smiled at her son. Those precious moments between the Clifton mother and her boy don’t happen as often as ...


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Burning 
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By Amy Hamilton

The snow clears, the Earth starts to tilt back toward the sun and days in the Grand Valley linger a bit longer. At about the time when Grand Valley residents venture out in light sweaters, the acrid smell of smoke permeates the air. It wafts ...


Colorado Republicans tepid in Trump support

By Staff

Donald Trump wasn’t the first choice, or even the second, for many Colorado Republicans, but he’s now the only choice. Or not. Depending. U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner, the first-term GOP senator who first endorsed fellow senator Marco ...


Board overturns coal lease approval near Paonia

By Dennis Webb

A federal appeals board overturned the approval of a coal lease that would add nearly 1,800 acres and 8 million tons of reserves to the currently idled Bowie No. 2 Mine near Paonia. The Interior Board of Land Appeals set aside the Bureau of ...


You Said It, May 8, 2016

By Staff

Attention all graduates: Cashing the graduation check from grandpa and grandma does not equal a thank you card. Just purchase a nice little thank you card. Sit down and, in your own handwriting, write a few sentences and say “thank ...


Recovering felons talk about their experiences, futures

By Gabrielle Porter

Against the odds, the emotion Daniel Bloch feels when thinking about his future is determination. “My future is mine to form,” Bloch said. Bloch was one of four men who made up a panel of community corrections clients who spoke ...


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Donation would provide better access to river between Parachute, De Beque

By Dennis Webb

A landowner’s donation would provide river-runners and other recreationists with badly needed access on the Colorado River between Parachute and De Beque. William Patterson has offered Colorado Parks and Wildlife four acres of land on ...


Blotter: May 8, 2016

By Staff

Gun tussle suspected Greg Campbell, 56, might face a felony menacing charge as well as misdemeanor charges of third-degree assault and prohibited use of weapons after sheriff’s deputies arrested him on suspicion of pointing a gun at ...


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