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Road Trip: Make plans for Dec. 18–23

By Staff

Here are some events coming to Colorado and Utah. ■ Michael McDonald: This Christmas — An Evening of Holiday & Hits — Paramount Theatre, Denver, Dec. 18. ■ Colorado Symphony, Colorado Children’s Chorale and ...


UPDATE: OMMS closing early

By Emily Shockley

Orchard Mesa Middle School, 2736 C Road, will close at 12:15 p.m. today due to a gas leak in the area. Students are not in immediate danger but parents are asked to pick up their students as soon as possible, according to District 51’s ...


Garfield County mourns pilot’s death

By Dennis Webb

Garfield County residents are mourning the death in the Middle East of an Air Force pilot who grew up in New Castle. Capt. William H. DuBois, 30, died Monday when his F-16 jet crashed near an unidentified coalition air base in the Middle ...


10 Things to know for Tuesday, Dec. 2

By The AP

Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today: 1. RUSSIA’S TAKEOVER OF CRIMEA LEADS TO ILLEGAL PROPERTY GRAB An AP investigation finds that pro-Moscow factions have expropriated ...


Officials weigh raising fees at Natural Bridges

By The AP

SALT LAKE CITY — The National Park Service wants to hear from members of the public as officials consider raising entrance fees to Natural Bridges National Monument in southeast Utah. Under a new proposal, those entering the monument in ...


2 dead, 2 injured in northern Colorado I-25 crash

By The AP

JOHNSTOWN — A man and a girl are dead and two others are injured after a crash on Interstate 25 in northern Colorado. Their Ford Explorer was traveling south on I-25 near Johnson’s Corner on Monday night when it spun and rolled ...


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Nazis’ roots in ‘Indianthusiasm’

By Gary Harmon

Adolf Hitler in a sense saw himself less as Custer and more as Sitting Bull as he fashioned himself a warrior image, a German professor said Monday at Colorado Mesa University. Hitler took advantage of the popularity of Native-American ...


Collbran man killed in car accident on mesa

By Staff

A Collbran man was killed Monday night in a one-car accident on Grand Mesa, according to the Colorado State Patrol The man was driving south on 58 Road at “a very high rate of speed” in a 1994 Chevrolet Silverado pickup around 6 ...


Yuma High School student shot, killed near campus

By The AP

YUMA, Colo. — Authorities say a 16-year-old eastern Colorado high school student was killed in an accidental shooting near campus. The Sterling Journal-Advocate reports Jaden Rahm, a sophomore at Yuma High School, was with three friends ...


Charges dropped against officer accused in brawl

By The AP

DENVER — Prosecutors have dropped charges against a Denver police officer accused of brawling with a co-worker at a cookout in Aurora. Jeremy Ownbey pleaded not guilty in July to trespassing, child abuse and DUI after a fight at the ...


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