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Prices announced for returning Winter Park ski train

By The AP

WINTER PARK — Winter Park and Amtrak have released the schedules and ticket prices for a revived ski train. Adult tickets are as low as $39 each way, and two children ages 2-12 can ride for half-fare with each adult ticket. The trains ...

Colorado officials delay discussion on oil and gas rules

By The AP

GREELEY — Officials in northern Colorado have postponed discussion about stricter oil and gas rules for a second time. The Greeley Tribune reports that Weld County leaders have been considering tightening the rules for oil and gas ...


University campus goes first class

By Katie Langford

Colorado Mesa University students who started classes Monday are enjoying more than just a clean slate for grades and a full calendar of back-to-school activities — there are a handful of new campus restaurants, a new residence hall and ...


Witness: Birgfeld blackmail story was a lie

By Gabrielle Porter

A former client of slain Grand Junction call girl and single mother Paige Birgfeld said Thursday that early in the investigation he fabricated a story to law enforcement that she was blackmailing him in order to avoid coming under scrutiny ...

Blotter, Aug. 26, 2016

By Staff

Stolen tools recovered Just before midnight Tuesday, Grand Junction police stopped a white van driving the wrong way down one-way Ute Avenue, and a search of the vehicle allegedly turned up more than 50 different tools and construction ...

Death notices, Aug. 26, 2016

By Staff

■ Former Grand Junction resident June Burch, 91, Buffalo, Wyoming, died Aug. 23, 2016, at the Amie Holt Care Center. Services are planned at a later date. Inurnment will be at Fort Logan National Cemetery in Denver. Memorial ...

Email Letters: August 25, 2016

By Staff

EPA’s proposed financial assurance rules not the solution Pete Dronker’s column “Mines Must Bear Clean Up Costs” politicizes the Gold King spill, by using this event as a platform for increasing the burden of ...


Keeping blue yonder safe

By Charles Ashby

Commercial drone pilots won’t have to fly through as many government hoops thanks to new rules that will be going into effect at the end of the month. Instead of getting what basically amounts to a pilot’s license to fly unmanned ...

And Another Thing: The Lochte Mess Monster

By Steve Beauregard

NEWS ANCHOR: We go now live to a press conference, where Ryan Lochte is addressing the media ... RYAN LOCHTE: Good morning. I apologize for being late. I would have gotten here sooner, however, I was just carjacked by six members of ISIS. ...


Celebrate National Park Service’s 100th birthday with this quiz

By Rachel Sauer

They are, as Wallace Stegner famously wrote, “the best idea we ever had. Absolutely American, absolutely democratic, they reflect us at our best rather than our worst.” America’s national parks demonstrate that as a people ...

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