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Drilling moratorium extended

By The AP

LONGMONT — Boulder County has extended a moratorium on new oil and gas development in unincorporated parts of the county. The Longmont Times Call reports that county commissioners voted Tuesday evening to approve a temporary emergency ...


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Page-Parsons Jewelers to close by end of year

By Erin McIntyre

After helping people celebrate their most special occasions for 52 years, a Grand Junction landmark is closing its doors. Page-Parsons Jewelers is liquidating its merchandise, with a plan to close by the end of the year. “It is what I ...


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Check out choreographers’ work at CMU’s Fall for Dance

By Tammy Gemaehlich

The newest Colorado Mesa University dance faculty member, Meredith Lyons, will make her debut during the CMU dance program’s annual Fall for Dance performances. Lyons, formerly of Bates College in Maine, collaborated with a composer to ...


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Music Scene: Andy McKee and other area shows for Nov. 18–24

By Tammy Gemaehlich

Millions of people worldwide have watched YouTube videos of Andy McKee performing his two-handed technique on both steel string and harp guitars. But now, who needs a video when you can watch a acoustic guitar phenomenon live? McKee is ...


Email Letters: November 16, 2016

By Staff

Protestors should know that Trump won fair and square Eileen O’Toole (“We really need to talk about bigotry in the open”) takes issue with the notion that conservatives accepted the results of the last eight years. Well, ...


Vail Mountain pushes opening due to warm weather

By The AP

VAIL — Warm weather has forced Vail Mountain to push its opening day back one week. The Vail Daily reports that the mountain has set a new opening day of Nov. 25, though Vail Resorts had hoped to open on Friday. Beaver Creek Resort is ...


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Not so fast, turkey: Try another bird — pheasant

By Staff

The jack-o’-lanterns are still fresh, Halloween costumes have yet to be packed away, the profits of treating are still in their wrappers and I am hearing turkey talk. What’s happening here? Hold on — I need a breather!  ...


Talib returns to practice before Broncos’ bye week

By The AP

ENGLEWOOD — Before bolting on a five-day furlough, Aqib Talib returned to practice for the first time since Oct. 28. The star cornerback has missed Denver’s last two games with a sore lower back for which he received a cortisone ...


Colorado recount possible on slavery in state Constitution

By The AP

DENVER — It seemed like a no-brainer: Colorado’s voters were asked to eliminate an archaic and offensive reference to slavery as a punishment for a crime in the state Constitution. But a week after the vote, the poorly-written ...


Beer? Wine? Or weed? Denver voters approve pot in bars

By The AP

DENVER — A glass of wine with dinner? Or maybe some marijuana? Denver voters have approved a first-in-the-nation law allowing willing bars and restaurants to give patrons the option to use marijuana alongside a cocktail or meal. The ...


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