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Study: Single rating area won’t cut health-care costs for Western Slope

By Charles Ashby

If Colorado were to make the entire state a single geographical rating area when it comes to helping determine health care insurance premiums, as opposed to the current nine, it could reduce costs in rural parts of the state that have seen ...


Parachute men die in rollover near Rifle

By Dennis Webb

The Colorado State Patrol suspects that alcohol use and excessive speed contributed to a single-vehicle rollover accident that killed two Parachute men this morning just west of the west Rifle Interstate 70 exit. Garfield County Coroner ...


Fort Collins police arrest 9 men for patronizing prostitutes

By The AP

FORT COLLINS — Fort Collins police have arrested nine men they say were trying to arrange private meet-ups with prostitutes. The Coloradoan reports that officers posted advertisements on the escort sections of websites like Backpage and ...


Family: former Colorado coach Bill McCartney has Alzheimer’s

By The AP

BOULDER — The family of Bill McCartney says the former Colorado football coaching great was recently diagnosed with late-onset dementia and Alzheimer’s. Family members said in a statement that McCartney is “still the same ...


Suspect arrested after climbing tree in Colorado Springs

By The AP

COLORADO SPRINGS — A suspect who tried to avoid police by climbing a tree in Colorado Springs is under arrest. The 30-year-old man stayed there about five hours but climbed down Sunday evening after police used tear gas and sprayed him ...


Email Letters: August 1, 2016

By Staff

Diet soda and schools just don’t mix The State Board of Education Rule Making Hearing will be in Grand Junction on August 10. In particular, the Colorado Department of Education will be reviewing the state’s healthy beverage ...


Colorado Mesa picked second in RMAC football

By Patti Arnold

As expected, football coaches in the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference voted five-time defending champion CSU-Pueblo to win the conference title again in 2016, with Colorado Mesa No. 2. The Mavericks received 88 points in the poll released ...


Denver Broncos have a wealth of options at wide receiver

By The AP

ENGLEWOOD — Denver coach Gary Kubiak says that in his 32 years in the NFL he’s never seen this much depth or deftness at wide receiver. “I’ve said from day one: that really has the chance to be the strength of our ...


Trucker arrested in crash that killed 5 in western Nebraska

By The AP

OGALLALA, Neb. — Authorities have arrested the driver of a semitrailer that was involved in a fiery crash that killed five people in western Nebraska. The Nebraska State Patrol says the truck and several vehicles were involved in the ...


Taylor’s falls at state title in Brighton

By Staff

Gene Taylor’s made a furious, late-game comeback Sunday, but ultimately fell 8-7 to Rocky Mountain in the Colorado American Legion Baseball “A” state championship game in Brighton. Rocky Mountain, which also faced Gene ...


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