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Thanks to Sage

By Dave Buchanan

The next time you stalk a trophy muley or pronghorn across the sagebrush hills of northwest Colorado, you might want to thank a sage grouse. A recent study in the online journal Ecosphere details how continuing measures to conserve sage ...


The perfect ‘shot’

By Dave Buchanan

It’s the moment you’ve dreamt of for years ­— You’ve just taken the shot of a lifetime and the trophy of a lifetime is on the ground. Now, you’re faced with the second most-important shot of your ...


‘Our road too,’ residents tell Eckert

By Gary Harmon

More than 80 Glade Park residents said their fears for safety on Rim Rock Drive in Colorado National Monument were turned against them when Superintendent Lisa Eckert cited those concerns as she banned hazardous materials going through the ...

Road Trip: Make plans for Oct. 23–29

By Melinda Mawdsley

Here are some events 
coming to Colorado. ■ Taylor Williamson — Gothic Theatre, Denver, Oct. 23. ■ Pimps of Joytime — Bluebird Theater, Denver, Oct. 24–25. ■ Glenn Miller Orchestra — Paramount ...

Email letters, October 7, 2014

By Staff

Sheriff office should investigate candidate’s unconstitutional attacks Sheriff Spiess recently disclosed that the County attorney advised her of when to release news of State Senator King’s firing to the public. She also refused ...

Gay marriage becomes legal throughout Colorado

By The AP

DENVER — Gay marriage officially became legal throughout Colorado on Tuesday but, with such unions now on firm legal ground, there was no rush of couples to tie the knot. Colorado Attorney General John Suthers ordered clerks in all of ...

Broncos’ Montee Ball can’t stay on the field

By The AP

ENGLEWOOD — Montee Ball was Mr. Durability at the University of Wisconsin, missing just one game while scoring an NCAA record 83 touchdowns. He hasn’t had the same endurance in the NFL. The second-year pro got off to a slow start ...

Coroner: Man who drowned in canal was intoxicated

By Mike Wiggins

A Palisade man whose body was found inside a car submerged in the Highline Canal in Grand Junction was intoxicated and died as a result of an accident, the Mesa County Coroner’s Office announced this afternoon. Coroner’s officials ...

Play about Columbine shooting to open in New York

By The AP

NEW YORK — A play about the Columbine High School massacre written from the perspective of the two teen shooters will make its world premiere in New York next month, penned by a playwright who was 9 at the time of the killings and calls ...

Colorado man cited in North Dakota bridge crash

By The AP

CASSELTON, N.D. — A Colorado man was cited for a permit violation after steel tanks on a semitrailer he was driving crashed into a bridge on Interstate 94 in southeastern North Dakota. The Highway Patrol says 50-year-old Robert Bettini, ...

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