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Colorado authorities searching for poachers

By The AP

HUGO — Colorado Parks and Wildlife authorities and the Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office are investigating poaching and the deaths of nearly a dozen animals, including pronghorn and cattle in southeastern Colorado. Authorities say ...

Court clears the way for gay marriage expansion

By The AP

WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court cleared the way Monday for an immediate expansion of same-sex marriage by unexpectedly and tersely turning away appeals from five states seeking to prohibit gay and lesbian unions. The court’s order ...


Autumn leave

By Emily Shockley

Students in District 51 are off this week during the district’s first-ever fall break. Some parents will travel, stay home with their kids or have to find child care, but others will be sending their children to school-based programs ...

Man dies after shootout with police officer

By The AP

FT. COLLINS — The Ft. Collins Coloradoan reports that a man died after he and a police officer were in a shootout Sunday afternoon in the city. Fort Collins Police Services responded to a welfare check about 3:45 p.m. near the ...

Victims ID’d in gyroplane explosion

By Greg Ruland

County officials released the names of a 50-year-old Grand Junction woman and a 61-year-old Peyton man who died when the aircraft they were riding in exploded Saturday and crashed into the Colorado River near Fruita.  The Mesa County ...

Delta County Museum holds celebration for 50th anniversary

By Staff

The Delta County Museum celebrates 50 years in operation during a celebration from 9:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday. The event takes place at the museum, which is located at the intersection of East Third and Meeker streets in Delta, organizers ...


TV spot on local organization wins Emmy

By Staff

CBS’ “60 Minutes” took home the award for Outstanding Feature Story in a News Magazine for their “Africa Mercy” piece at the 35th Annual News and Documentary Emmy Awards ceremony Sept. 30. “Africa ...

Central No. 10 in softball field

By Staff

Central High School swept the Southwestern League in softball this fall, and the Warriors were rewarded Sunday with a top-10 seed in the Class 5A regional playoffs. The Warriors (16-3) are seeded No. 10 in the 32-team field, not quite high ...


Mavs’ Abergil finds the net

By Allen Gemaehlich

Roy Abergil was getting frustrated. The Colorado Mesa sophomore and his men’s soccer teammates were putting shot after shot on Colorado Christian’s goal, but the Mavericks continued to be turned away. Finally, with 39 seconds ...

Regional softball pairings, Oct. 5, 2014

By Staff

Class 5A Regionals Oct. 11 Double Elimination Winners of Games 4 and 5 advance to state tournament Region 1 Saturday at Fossil Ridge High School, Fort Collins Game 1 — 1) Fossil Ridge (17-1) vs. 32) Heritage (7-12), 10 a.m. Game 2 ...

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