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The story lady

By Rachel Sauer

It might take some flights of memory and bends of the knees, but remember what it was like to be small — how heavy the doors were, how tall the shelves, how endless the aisles at the grocery store. Remember walking into a new place and ...


Winter teaches harsh lesson about beekeeping

By Charlé Thibodeau

I lost my beehive this winter. As a novice beekeeper with only one season under my belt, the tragedy was painful. I was saddened by my lack of knowledge to better protect them while realizing how fragile this specialized insect really is. ...


Writers’ Forum can help you tell your story

By LaReina Kalenian

The Western Colorado Writers’ Forum is an excellent community resource for writers and readers of all stripes, yet you may have never heard of it. I had the pleasure of speaking with chairman Virginia Jensen and longtime member Linda ...


Overnight rollover on Interstate 70 injures four

By Staff

A single-vehicle rollover accident that occurred just past 1 a.m. this morning — in which the driver fled from the scene, and was later arrested — injured all four of the people in the vehicle, according to the Colorado State ...


Jokic has 31 points, 17 rebounds, Nuggets top Pacers 125-117

By The Associated Press

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Nikola Jokic did a little bit of everything to help the Denver Nuggets beat the Indiana Pacers. Jokic had 31 points, 17 rebounds and a big 3-pointer to turn back a late Indiana rally, and Denver won 125-117 on Friday ...


Colorado weighs strategy for guarding against pot crackdown

By The Associated Press

DENVER (AP) — Colorado is considering an unusual strategy to protect its nascent marijuana industry from a potential federal crackdown, even at the expense of hundreds of millions of dollars in tax collections. A bill pending in the ...


Workers’ compensation might include PTSD

By Charles Ashby

It’s taken three years to get here, but nearly all sides of an issue to expand Colorado’s workers’ compensation law to include post-traumatic stress disorder are in agreement. Under a bill that won preliminary approval in ...


Drilling setback bill for schools barely clears House panel

By Dennis Webb

A bill to increase minimum setbacks between schools and oil and gas sites cleared a Colorado House of Representatives committee Thursday night by a 6-5 vote. The measure next goes to a vote of the full House. While it’s expected to be ...


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Suspected tire squealer tries to run

By Duffy Hayes

A man with a restrained driving license and allegedly in possession of drugs is accused of catching the attention of a Mesa County sheriff’s deputy by squealing his tires Thursday evening near 32 and E roads. Michael Knutt, 48, Grand ...


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Blotter: March 25, 2017

By Staff

Assault suspects sought According to the Glenwood Springs Police Department, on Saturday, March 18, multiple suspects assaulted a victim outside of a bar in downtown Glenwood Springs. Anyone who may be able to recognize the men in the ...


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