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Man charged in wife’s murder

By Dennis Webb

A Carbondale man was formally charged today with first-degree murder in connection with the stabbing death of his wife, although an affidavit containing details about the basis for his arrest remains under court seal. Arturo ...


Murder suspect ruled mentally incompetent

By Dennis Webb

A judge this morning ruled that a man living near New Castle lacks the mental competence needed for legal proceedings to continue against him in the alleged murder of his father. Anthony Padia, 27, will undergo treatment at the Colorado ...

Suspect dead in Moffat shooting; deputy, game officer unhurt

By The AP

CRAIG — Authorities say one suspect is dead and another is in custody after a shooting involving a Moffat County sheriff’s deputy and a state Parks and Wildlife manager. Sheriff KC Hume said today neither the deputy nor the ...


School board members opt children out of state tests

By Emily Shockley

The only two District 51 School Board members with children still in school have decided to opt them out of the newest round of state tests, saying they question the benefit of the exams. Board President Greg Mikolai said Monday he decided to ...


By Ann Wright

Even in its earliest days, Delta came to be known as a place where things come together. In fact, its name comes from its location at the confluence of the Gunnison and Uncompahgre rivers. And in the early 1800, before the city was ...

ATV Vacationland

Trails, Roads Aplenty for ATVs

By Melinda Mawdsley

Hundreds of maintained trails and roads on public lands are open for all-terrain vehicle riders in Colorado and Utah, providing summer access to forests of pines and aspens or dramatic backdrops of red rocks and sand dunes. From Glenwood ...

Email letters, March 10, 2015

By Staff

Transparency amendment will inform us of data collected on children Software companies are making big money from your children’s data. They know things like name, height or eye color. Some know what a child likes, who her siblings are, ...

Fat tires

The Ride’s the Thing:  Biking Up and Down Western Colorado

By Ann Wright

To quote Fat Bastard, “Once you’ve had fat, you never go back!” Except if you fall in love with skinny. Fortunately, there are plenty of places to ride in western Colorado and Eastern Utah no matter your persuasion on ...

Palisade Vacationland Peaches

PALISADE:  Bask in the Glow of Orchards, Vineyards and Art

By Rachel Sauer

The road to renown began with some fuzz. Well, fuzz and sunshine. And a seemingly perfect confluence of location, weather and water — a rather pedestrian way of saying that from the simple, rosy fuzz of peaches has grown world renown for ...

Denver officer fired on allegation of inappropriate force

By The AP

DENVER — Denver Police have fired an officer accused of using inappropriate force against a woman who had been arrested on charges of assaulting an officer and interference. KCNC-TV in Denver reported Tuesday a video of the incident ...

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