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Cops: Teen made gun threat at Mt. Garfield Middle School

By Paul Shockley

A 13-year-old Palisade girl was arrested today on allegations she had a handgun and threatened to use it at Mount Garfield Middle School. The girl, who was not identified by the Mesa County Sheriff’s Office, is expected to be booked ...


Music Scene: ‘A Swingin’ Holiday’ and other area shows from Dec. 18–24

By Tammy Gemaehlich

Holiday favorites will get a big band treatment for “A Swingin’ Holiday” with the Western Colorado Jazz Orchestra. Featuring vocalists Scott Betts and Alycia Vince, the 18-piece big band Jazz Orchestra will perform at 7:30 ...

Entertainment Calendar: Dec. 18–24

By Staff

FRIDAY, DEC. 18 ZOLOPHT, local funk/reggae rock, with guests Coral Thief from Denver, and Audic Empire from Austin, Texas, 9 p.m., Barons, 539 Colorado Ave., $10, 245-0995. MEDIC, rock band from Denver, with guests Crossroad and Tyler ...

Road Trip: Make plans for Dec. 31–Jan. 6

By Staff

Here are some events coming to Colorado and Utah: ■ Colorado Symphony presents “A Night in Vienna” — Boettcher Concert Hall, Denver, Dec. 31. ■ New Year’s Eve with The Subdudes & Pro Leisure — ...

Snow piles up in western Colorado overnight

By Staff

This most recent storm system that arrived overnight left some areas with multiple inches of snow, according to data from local weather-watchers. Storm totals, as reported by the Grand Junction office of the National Weather Service, reported ...

Email letters, December 15, 2015

By Staff

We should support Western Colorado Dragway I see the Pro Challenge is getting support from a lot of different people. These people come through town and about all that happens is they cause a lot of congestion on the roads, camp out and take ...

Colorado man arrested in connection with grandmother’s death

By The AP

PUEBLO — Police in Colorado have arrested a 29-year-old man in connection with his 77-year-old grandmother’s death. The Pueblo Chieftain reports that that the man was arrested Monday on a warrant for first-degree murder. Officer ...

All Los Angeles schools closed after bomb threat

By The AP

LOS ANGELES — Public schools were abruptly shut down and students were sent home today after the police here received what officials described as a credible bomb threat. Ramon C. Cortines, the superintendent of schools, said he would ...

Carbondale floats idea of carbon tax

By Dennis Webb

CARBONDALE — From high schoolers’ successful efforts to get solar panels installed on their campus to numerous energy-efficiency projects undertaken by government, businesses and homeowners, this town already has worked hard to ...

Fountain officer’s killing of teen found to be justified

By The AP

COLORADO SPRINGS — A Fountain police officer who fatally shot a teenager at the home of the boy’s mother in September has been cleared in the shooting. The Gazette reports the 4th Judicial District Attorney’s Office and the ...

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