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Prosecutors: Teen killed girlfriend, dumped body in 2012

By The AP

SALT LAKE CITY — Utah prosecutors say police followed a trail of blood to a teenage girl’s body in a river after she was beaten to death by her 14-year-old boyfriend in 2012. The Colorado teenager appeared in a Salt Lake City ...


Colorado revenue department sees increase in fraud

By The AP

DENVER — Concerns about fraud have led to what the Colorado Department of Revenue called a major undertaking to change the way it issues some tax refunds this year. In a statement Monday, the department said it had seen an increase ...


Towns, counties ask for role in oil-gas rules in flood zones

By The AP

DENVER — Some local governments are asking Colorado regulators to recognize their authority to restrict oil and gas drilling near waterways. Torie Jarvis of the Northwest Colorado Council of Governments made the request Monday to the ...


Email letters, March 2, 2015

By Staff

Casey is to climate change as Stewart is to Fox News: a comedian John Casey is to those who believe climate change is valid as Jon Stewart is to those who believe the world revolves around Fox News, only Stewart does more research on his ...


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Woman’s prior hardship served 
as fertilizer for garden project

By Dennis Webb

During seven years of unemployment, Kim Doyle Wille came to rely on cheap but unhealthy food and paid the price. Her weight blossomed, her teeth hurt, she was becoming depressed, she wasn’t eating fresh produce, and none was available ...


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Deputy keeps dad’s legacy alive at jail

By Paul Shockley

Janielle Westermire has joked she didn’t have a name during her childhood. She was always, “Harry Butler’s daughter.” “Growing up,” Westermire said in an interview, “my mom and dad were always taking ...


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Anna Stout shows El Salvador with Foundation for Cultural Exchange

By Matt Meyer

Somewhere along the line, parents of local children decided to trust Anna Stout when she was just 19 years old. “I can’t even imagine,” said Stout, now 30. “Being a parent of a teenager and telling a 19-year-old, ...


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Quiet teen’s charitable actions speak loudly

By Dennis Webb

Chandra Starr prefers doing things for others rather than talking about herself. Those actions speak for themselves, however, as do friends and family who voice admiration over the accomplishments of someone who is just 14 years old, and ...


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Salvation Army volunteer Potts humble to a fault

By Amy Hamilton

Susan Potts doesn’t think this story should be about her. There are plenty of other people who are more deserving, who work much harder and who give more freely of their time and talents, she said. Others disagree. Potts, 67, has ...


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RIDING 
WITH ROD

By Gary Harmon

Rod Harry peddled most anything his customers needed for more than 30 years and, at 80, he is still pedaling — he is a trail host on the Colorado Riverfront Trail. Harry was one of the first trail hosts “hired” in 1998. ...


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