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Entertainment in Brief, July 29

By Staff

Light Gives Heat seeks project funds Light Gives Heat, a media company created by Grand Junction residents Dave and Morgan Hansow, has launched a Kickstarter campaign to fund its third season of the documentary show “The ...

A fleeting thought for many, Fleetwood Mac among the best rock bands of all time

By Rock Cesario

When most folks talk about legendary British bands they mention the Beatles, Rolling Stones, Led Zeppelin, the Who and Pink Floyd. Very few people will ever mention Fleetwood Mac. It might be due to the fact that their sound was so much ...

BLM imposes fire restrictions in Garfield County

By Dennis Webb

The Bureau of Land Management has imposed fire restrictions starting Friday on lands it manages in Garfield County, reflecting the increasingly dry conditions in the region. “While we have received some moisture in this area over the ...

Email Letters: July 28, 2016

By Staff

Community showed support following theft from Partners Last month, criminals jumped a barbed wire fence, broke into an enclosed trailer, and stole nearly $2,000 in tools and equipment from Mesa County Partners’ Western Colorado ...

Man accused of taking hostage at Independence Pass

By The AP

ASPEN — A Colorado Springs man has been accused of pointing a gun at others and taking a man hostage at a camping area in Independence Pass. The Aspen Daily News reports that the man faces a felony charge of first-degree kidnapping and ...

Stolen gun from Littleton shop used in boy’s shooting

By The AP

DENVER — Authorities say a handgun stolen from a suburban Denver gun store in June was used in the accidental shooting of a 13-year-old boy. The Denver Post reports that police say the boy was shot in the leg on July 14 in an apartment ...

Bathroom law pushes prosecutors conference to Boulder

By The AP

BOULDER — A group of progressive prosecutors from across the country is moving its conference to Boulder from North Carolina because of that state’s law transgender bathroom law. The Daily Camera reports more than two dozen ...

A dubious decision

By The Daily Sentinel

A man accused of pushing a snowboarder off a chairlift in Aspen has been found not guilty by reason of insanity. By contrast, a Colorado jury rejected James Holmes’ insanity defense and convicted him of first-degree murder and attempted ...

Printed Letters: July 28, 2016

By Staff

Colorado needs 
Bennet in the Senate Michael Bennet has gone to bat for Moffat County’s economy time and again. He’s protected our coal miners from being put out of work and saved our economy from ruin. That’s why, ...

Colorado voters should look before they leap into a presidential primary

By Guest Columnist

By Ray Scott In November Colorado voters may be asked to decide if Colorado should re-establish a presidential primary system by the year 2020. However, the proposed Initiative 140 contains several controversial mandates that go beyond merely ...

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