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UPDATE: Man reported missing is home safe

By Staff

A man reported missing earlier today has returned home and is safe, the Mesa County Sheriff’s Office said this afternoon. Charles Brittain, 67, had been last seen around 10 a.m. by his wife and is reported to be in the early stages of ...


Music Scene: The Blind Pets and other shows for Feb. 13–19

By Tammy Gemaehlich

If seeing is believing, you’ll want to see The Blind Pets. The Austin, Texas-based band plays with Dirtylektric and Lloyd and Richard at 10 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 17, at Barons, 539 Colorado Ave. The Blind Pets aren’t trying to feel ...

Percussion, winds concerts at Colorado Mesa

By Tammy Gemaehlich

It’s a week of debuts for Colorado Mesa University’s music department, with two concerts in the Love Recital Hall, featuring “firsts.” ■ CMU percussion music faculty member Darin Kamstra will present a solo ...

Authorities suspect murder-suicide in 2 deaths

By The AP

BRECKENRIDGE — Summit County authorities say they believe a man and woman died in a murder-suicide. The Summit County Sheriff’s Office says two bodies were found Tuesday when deputies were asked to check on them. Investigators ...

Email letters, February 11, 2015

By Staff

Obama’s attempt to equate Crusades, Inquisition, slavery and ISIS is asinine President Obama’s asinine attempt to equate the Crusades, the Inquisition, slavery and ISIS, and Ruth Marcus’s ridiculous defense of it can be put ...


Wine Openers: Early-budding plants hinting at winter’s end

By Dave Buchanan

Want to know how the valley’s grape crop is doing in this winter disguised as spring? Check out the neighbor’s apricot trees. When those early blooming trees scatter their pale blossoms around the valley, grape growers know their ...


Wanted man flees sheriff’s stop near Molina

By Paul Shockley

A man wanted on arrest warrants, who is possibly armed, is still at-large today after fleeing a traffic stop and attempting to steal a vehicle Tuesday night, the Mesa County Sheriff’s Office said. Matthew “Ryan” Stauter, 30, ...


False spring not received warmly

By Amy Hamilton

It’s not that local growers don’t love this winter’s respite from glacial temperatures. Like most of the rest of us, they welcome the mid-afternoon sun that warms the face and sows a palpable giddiness for spring. But those ...

Questioning of potential jurors to start in theater shooting

By The AP

CENTENNIAL — Prospective jurors in the running to serve in the trial of Colorado theater shooting defendant James Holmes will be grilled about their views on the death penalty, mental illness and aspects of the criminal justice system as ...

Silverton town trustee survives recall

By The AP

SILVERTON — A member of Silverton’s town board has survived a recall election but that may not put an end to political fighting in the mountain town. Residents voted 245-201 to keep Trustee Karla Safranski in office in ...

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