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Gray Gourmet, Dec. 25, 2016

By Staff

All meals served with 1 percent milk: Monday — Closed Tuesday — White chili with chicken, cauliflower and spinach salad, snap peas, butterscotch pudding, crackers. Wednesday — Meatloaf with gravy, mashed potatoes, ...

Bridge, Dec. 25, 2016

By Staff

Results: Dec. 9, north/south: Helen Bledsoe and Marilyn McLaughlin; Sue Cox and Rocky Otto. East/west:  Sharon Snyder and Bruce Kolisek; Joyce Hackbert and Paul Hackbert. Dec. 10, Christmas party, north/south: Carolyn Wiley and ...

Teen critically wounded in Jefferson County shooting

By The Associated Press

DENVER — Authorities say a 14-year-old boy is in critical condition after being shot inside a Jefferson County home. The Denver Post reports ( ) that deputies had arrived at the residence Friday to find the teen ...

Not so holly, jolly for travelers affected by weather

By The Associated Press

CHICAGO — It’ll be a white Christmas for the northern Plains and some Western states, but it’s likely to cause troublesome travel. A large swath of the Dakotas is under a blizzard warning Sunday and Monday, with the National ...

Jones jury to deliberate again Tuesday

By Staff

Jones jury to deliberate again Tuesday A jury deliberating in the murder case against Lester Ralph Jones will reconvene on Tuesday. The jurors — seven men and five women, with one male alternate — began deliberations ...

Sobriety Court can help prevent drunken drivers from re-offending

By Charles Ashby

A relatively new program trying to keep repeat drunken drivers off the roads is to graduate three more people next month. For the past five years, the Leadville-based Lake County Sobriety Court has been part of a national program designed to ...

Candidates already lining up for 2018 governor’s race

By Charles Ashby

The race for Colorado governor may be two years away, but that isn’t stopping some people from jumping in. None of them are well-known people — those folks have yet to announce their intentions yet — but they include some ...

Woman makes bail, following allegations of lying about fatal shooting

By Duffy Hayes

The woman whose alleged deception was central to a strange but deadly confrontation last month appeared in court Friday on possible drugs, theft and attempt to influence a public servant charges. Just after midnight early Thursday, police ...

Blotter: Dec. 24, 2016

By Staff

Father allegedly beaten A 19-year-old, who family members described in court Friday as having “serious mental imbalances” that are “amplified by the use of drugs,” is accused of viciously beating his father with a ...


Fruita’s focus

By Matt Meyer

Off the court, the Fruita Monument High School girls basketball team started its holiday break delivering blankets to Community Hospital. On the court, the Wildcats have been one of the most notable teams in Colorado with a 10-0 record and a ...

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