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Guilty plea after body found on Broomfield street

By The AP

BOULDER — A Broomfield man has pleaded guilty to second-degree murder charges after a body was found in a Broomfield street in August. Authorities say Matthew Burnett killed James Fernandez after an argument in Burnett’s ...


Pueblo schools put on notice

By The AP

PUEBLO — State education officials are warning Pueblo City Schools the clock is ticking on their attempts to fix problems that could affect student graduations. Colorado Department of Education executive Peter Sherman told the school ...


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North Avenue eyesore cited

By Amy Hamilton

The water is so deep and stagnant in the bottom floor of the former Far East restaurant, 1530 North Ave., that neighbors complain about the smell. Water also seeps out into a small outdoor courtyard that pedestrians on North Avenue can look ...


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Bataan Death March Survivor

By Gretel Daugherty

Pershing Devore, a true hero: World War II veteran not afraid to talk about his past  ...


Promise of mine jobs worth embracing

By The Daily Sentinel

The Bureau of Land Management is reviewing a proposal to lease an estimated 78 million tons of coal reserves beneath about 14,160 acres in the Bookcliffs north of Fruita in Garfield County. The Grand Junction Economic Partnership has offered ...


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Young ‘Cats hit well, fall in Fanning Classic

By Matt Meyer

With both teams shaking off the winter rust, the pitching wasn’t sharp in Thursday’s season opener in the Bill Fanning Memorial Classic between Fruita Monument and Brighton. But that was the only thing suggesting it was an early ...


Price proves he’s ready to be Central’s top starter in opener

By Tim Harty

Being the starting pitcher in the season opener suggests Michael Price will be Central’s ace this season. His performance Thursday at Suplizio Field suggests he’s ready for the role. Price limited Horizon to two runs on three hits ...


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Cruz control

By Dale Shrull

It was a good start to the season for the Palisade High School girls soccer team. The Bulldogs overcame a choppy first half to control the second half and secure a 1-0 win over Glenwood Springs at the Peach Bowl on Thursday. Senior Cruz ...


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A closer look at the RMAC Shootout semifinals

By Staff

RMAC SHOOTOUT At Brownson Arena Friday’s Semifinals CSU-Pueblo vs. Black Hills St., 5 p.m. CSU-Pueblo (22-7) Black Hills St. (14-13) PG Jenay Locke, 5-6 Sr. Lindsey Fearing, 5-9 Sr. 8.0 ppg, 3.3 apg 4.2 ppg, 1.6 apg G Alex Evans, ...


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(La)crosse their heart

By Allen Gemaehlich

Colorado Mesa’s men’s lacrosse team may be more hungry than ever this season. The Mavericks hoped to defend their Western Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association title and possibly sneak in the NCAA tournament last season. Instead, ...


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