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Man’s body found in storm drainage in Colorado Springs

By The AP

COLORADO SPRINGS — An investigation is underway after a man’s body was found in a storm drainage system in Colorado Springs. Police say the man, who has not been identified, “had suffered considerable decomposition prior to ...

Teen accused of causing fatal crash to be tried as adult

By The AP

COLORADO SPRINGS — A teen accused of vehicular homicide and vehicular assault in a crash that killed two high school students last year will be arraigned Friday and tried as an adult. The Gazette of Colorado Springs reports that a 4th ...

Pueblo voters to decide retail pot shop ordinance

By The AP

PUEBLO — Pueblo lawmakers are letting the voters decide whether to allow recreational marijuana shops in their city. The Pueblo Chieftain reports concerned residents filled the city council chambers Monday night, many wearing yellow ...

Printed Letters: May 12, 2015

By Staff

Avalon’s poor management created fiasco at box office I attended the wonderful magic show performed by Jay Owenhouse on Friday night but was appalled by the box office fiasco. Because the online ticket vendor, TicketsWest, did not ...

Industry seeks to have it both ways in dispute over BLM fracking rules

By Jim Spehar

She’s an attorney without a client.  Cynthia Coffman, Colorado’s attorney general, is joining Wyoming and North Dakota in a lawsuit challenging new Bureau of Land Management rules regarding hydraulic fracturing. It’s an ...

Outcry was heard

By The Daily Sentinel

Should lawmakers get a passing grade for their compromise bill to reform standardized testing? They certainly seem to think so. Through Twitter feeds, many of them expressed triumph upon passage of House Bill 1323, which reduces testing, yet ...


Bill Fanning to enter CU Hall of Fame

By Staff

Grand Junction baseball coaching legend Bill Fanning is one of the 11 athletes, coaches and administrators who will be inducted into the University of Colorado Athletic Hall of Fame on Nov. 5. Fanning is one of two people in CU’s 11th ...

San Jac, Cowley stay alive for spots in JUCO

By Staff

San Jacinto (Texas) College-North keeps getting pushed to the brink of elimination — and pushes back. The Gators won their second straight walk-off elimination game Monday, scoring eight runs in the 10th inning to break a 4-4 tie and ...


Young ‘Cats fall at state

By Staff

DENVER — Fruita Monument girls tennis coach Clint Davis brought his team to Gates Tennis Center with an open mind. He had to with so much youthful inexperience on his state roster. “We tried to have them prepped, but I think we ...

Tigers OK to graduate, play ball

By Staff

The Class 5A state baseball tournament will be moved back a day to Saturday and Sunday after the District 7 tournament, hosted by Denver East, was postponed until Wednesday. A conflict with Grand Junction High School’s graduation could ...

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