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Quick Picks: Special Olympics, library magic

By Staff

Saturday and Sunday, May 31 — June 1 Get to the games Take time to watch some of the hundreds of athletes who will compete in the Special Olympics Colorado Summer Games with events at Colorado Mesa University’s athletics ...

Mural Jam adds array of individual events this year

By Tammy Gemaehlich

Chalk it up to popularity, but Mural Jam has added chalk art to this year’s event, which features aerosol paint competitions, as well as a skateboarding competition. Set for 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. Saturday, May 31, at Westlake Skate Park, 325 ...


‘Frozen’ fascination: New generation of Disney fans hooked on Frozen

By Ann Wright

Let it go, let it go! Nope. Sorry. Can’t. It may be spring, almost summer, but things are still “Frozen,” “Frozen,” “Frozen.” “For the first time in forever,” or at least since ...

10 Things to know for Friday, May 30

By The AP

Eds: Fixes typo in No. 9 headline.Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:1. HOW THE VETERANS AFFAIRS CHIEF PLANS TO FIX PROBLEMS   Eric Shinseki is expected to outline ...

Boulder shooting apparently followed fare fight

By The AP

BOULDER — A dispute over a taxi fare apparently led to a police shooting and standoff in Boulder. Police tried to resolve the fare dispute at around 1 a.m. Friday but then a man involved ran suddenly ran away and into an apartment ...

Farm-to-food-bank bill to be signed in Durango

By The AP

DURANGO — Farmers will soon have an incentive to donate much needed produce to Colorado food banks. Gov. John Hickenlooper is scheduled to sign a bill Friday that will give farmers a tax credit for a quarter of the wholesale market ...

LinesWest: May 30

By Staff

Poems Poems are like flowers, they bloom free and tall always renewing beauty’s call. They hide in places big and small they are hard to find, in a mess, a jumble of crowded work spaces, but once you catch ...

Visits to Utah state parks over holiday top 113K

By The AP

SALT LAKE CITY — Visitation to Utah’s state parks over the recent Memorial Day weekend topped 113,000. State Parks Director Fred Hayes says the 113,500 visitors represent an increase of more than 15 percent over last year’s ...

James Holmes’ lawyers want closed jury selection

By The AP

CENTENNIAL — Lawyers for the man suspected of killing 12 people in a mass shooting at a Colorado movie theater told a judge Thursday they want the public and the media barred from the entire jury selection process. Prosecutors agreed ...

Colorado man sentenced for Maine double stabbing

By The AP

AUGUSTA, Maine — A Colorado man convicted of stabbing two other men during a drunken brawl sparked by racial slurs outside a Maine bar has been sentenced to more than two years in prison. Jacob Lynn Hitchcock was sentenced by a judge ...

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