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Hershey sues Colorado edible pot company

By The AP

DENVER — Hershey is suing a Colorado company that makes four marijuana-infused candies that Hershey says closely resemble its iconic products. The Hershey Co. filed a federal trademark infringement lawsuit in Denver this week against ...


Colorado thunderstorms spawn tornado warnings

By The AP

DENVER — Afternoon thunderstorms across the eastern plains spawned a tornado in Weld County that uprooted trees and downed power lines, broke windows on a barn and tore the roof off a shed. Weld County sheriff’s spokesman Sean ...


Colorado law sets up marijuana banks; feds must OK

By The AP

DENVER — Seeking to move marijuana businesses away from cash-only operations, Gov. John Hickenlooper signed legislation Friday that tries to establish the world’s first financial system for the newly legal industry in ...


Escalante drowning victim identified

By Staff

Grayson Burris, 17, of Montrose, drowned Thursday at the potholes in Escalante Canyon, the Delta County Coroner’s Office said today. Delta County Coroner Kevin Lucy said the death was ruled accidental. Sheriff Fred McKee said the death ...


Wildlife panel approves Utah’s 1st crow hunt

By The AP

SALT LAKE CITY — The state wildlife board has approved a first-ever crow hunt, making Utah the 46th state to have such a hunt. The Utah Wildlife Board approved the proposal by a 3-2 vote at a meeting Thursday. The Division of Wildlife ...


Email letters, June 6, 2014

By Staff

President must have poor political advisors I have come to the conclusion that the President must have the dumbest political advisors in the world. It is sad that apparently he listens to them. L.W. HUNLEY Grand Junction Timing of terrorist ...


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Mars mission offers remote chance of comet fly-by

By Gary Harmon

A visit to Mars aimed at discovering what happened to the planet’s atmosphere and water could illuminate much more: What happens in one of those not-even-once-a-century events when a comet passes close to a planet? MAVEN, a University ...


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Entertainment Calendar: June 6–12

By Staff

Charley Jenkins, Country Jam Tailgate Party, doors 7 p.m., Led Stetson opens the show 8 p.m., Jenkins 9:30 p.m., Allen Unique Autos, 2285 River Road, $10 in advance $12 at the door, $30 per truck (include admission for two), 40 spots for ...


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Music Scene: Tab Benoit and other shows for June 6–12

By Tammy Gemaehlich

Louisiana swamp rocker Tab Benoit will perform at the first Riverfront Concert Series of the season set for Thursday, June 12, at James M. Robb-Colorado River State Park, Fruita Section. Beniot’s bio at tabbenoit.com describes his 2011 ...


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Quick Picks: Country Jam Tailgate Party; Offroad show; World Cup

By Melinda Mawdsley

Friday, June 6 Country-style tailgate Get in the Country Jam spirit early with a performance from Charley Jenkins during the Country Jam Tailgate Party at 9:30 p.m. at Allen Unique Autos, 2285 River Road. Doors open at 7 p.m., and Led ...


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