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Airborne vet, 92, jumps from perfectly good airplane - again

By Greg Ruland

At 10,000 feet, the canyons near Moab looked pretty sweet through the eyes of 92-year-old U.S. Army veteran Bob Dunham. Dunham’s recent leap from a single-engine Cessna took his breath way and caused his heart to race, which is exactly ...


District’s teachers satisfied with jobs

By Emily Shockley

The results of the latest anonymous survey of Colorado educators show School District 51 teachers and building administrators are largely satisfied with their jobs but believe there’s room for improvement with classroom technology, job ...


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Snowpack 75 percent of normal

By Dennis Webb

Colorado’s peak snowpack was about 75 percent of normal this year, the Natural Resources Conservation Service said Friday. That peak occurred from early to mid-March, about a month earlier than normal. April precipitation didn’t ...


Wet weather postpones baseball tourneys

By Matt Meyer

District baseball tournaments that Central, Grand Junction and Palisade were traveling to Friday have been postponed due to wet weather on the Front Range. Central, seeded No. 9 in Class 5A and slated to play in the District 2 tournament in ...


Lineman Ray overcomes cancer to get tryout with Dolphins

By The AP

DAVIE, Fla.  — Offensive lineman Arthur Ray Jr. is among 26 players invited to try out at the Miami Dolphins’ three-day rookie minicamp. Six draft picks and 22 undrafted free agents recently signed by the Dolphins are also ...


Man involved in shootout with police sentenced to 736 years

By The AP

CASTLE ROCK — A 43-year-old man convicted for a shootout with police and sheriff’s deputies during a standoff in Castle Rock has been sentenced to 736 years. Lonnie James Pebley was convicted of 15 counts of attempted first-degree ...


Rain for the valley, snow for the mountains this weekend

By Mike Wiggins

A rainy, cool weekend is on tap for the Grand Valley, while the central and northern mountains are expected to see multiple inches of snow as a strong, late-spring Pacific storm pushes through Colorado. The National Weather Service has issued ...


Colorado snowpack peaked at 75 percent of normal

By Dennis Webb

Colorado’s peak snowpack was about 75 percent of normal this year, the Natural Resources Conservation Service said today. That peak occurred from early to mid March, about a month earlier than normal. April precipitation didn’t ...


Email letters, May 8, 2015

By Staff

People should stop fighting senseless wars We should stop senseless wars. I hate them and they are bad. One reason is people spend billions of dollars and the wars can’t be won. Also, lots of people die who are innocent, and our ...


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Moms to watch: TV mothers who make you smile, cringe

By Melinda Mawdsley

From the sugar sweet disposition of June Cleaver in the ABC sitcom “Leave It to Beaver” to the icy cold demeanor of Betty Draper on AMC’s “Mad Men,” television mothers have exhibited all sorts of characteristics ...


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