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Flooding continues along South Platte River

By The AP

DENVER — Flooding continues along the South Platte River as over a week’s worth of snow and rain makes its way downstream. The National Weather Service says the high water Tuesday is between Greeley and Sterling. The bulge is ...


Two men arrested on meth charges near airport

By Staff

Two men were arrested Monday on methamphetamine-possession charges, one after he allegedly ran across Grand Junction Regional Airport property. Mesa County sheriff’s deputies were dispatched to the desert around 27 1/4 Road just after ...


Another major earthquake shakes Nepal, killing dozens

By The AP

KATHMANDU, Nepal — A major earthquake hit a remote mountain region of Nepal on Tuesday, killing at least 37 people while triggering landslides and toppling buildings less than three weeks after the Himalayan nation was ravaged by its ...


Cops looking for help identifying body

By Staff

Authorities in Mesa County are asking the community locally and law enforcement agencies nationwide for help in trying to identify the body of the man who was found in a canal in Loma on Sunday. The man is described as between 20 and 40 years ...


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Haven House working hard to keep doors open to all

By Amy Hamilton

OLATHE — Robert Dunsing likes the views of the farmer’s fields that give way to the snow-peaked San Juan Mountains. He dreams of a future somewhere in this Colorado landscape for his four children, not unlike the cherished ...


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 ...


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