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Arches, Canyonlands float increase in entrance, other fees

By The AP

MOAB, Utah — Two national parks in Utah are proposing fee increases to improve visitor services and want input on how to deal with increased traffic. The National Park Service says fees at Arches and Canyonlands national parks ...


Nuggets beat Kings 118-108 for 4th straight win

By The AP

SACRAMENTO, Calif. — One quarter, Denver’s best one of the season, was the difference for the Nuggets on Friday night. Arron Afflalo and Ty Lawson each scored 22 points, and Denver beat Sacramento Kings 118-108 for its fourth ...


Denver police officers injured, suspect shot

By The AP

DENVER — A suspect has been shot and two Denver officers injured during a traffic stop and confrontation. According to KUSA-TV (http://tinyurl.com/qjh7dc8), the injuries are non-life threatening. Police say the officers tried to make ...


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Expert: Autistic children must not become recluses

By Rachel Sauer

After decades of activism and advocacy, it seems inevitable that the name Temple Grandin is usually spoken in the same breath as the word autism. But should that be her defining trait? “I’d like to be recognized as a college ...


Jewell orders fire strategy for greater sage-grouse

By Dennis Webb

Interior Secretary Sally Jewell has ordered development of a strategy to reduce the threat wildfires pose to the greater sage-grouse. While the bird is found in 11 states, including Colorado, the initiative is largely focused on the Great ...


Tipton veep on Western Caucus

By Gary Harmon

U.S. Rep. Scott Tipton, R-Colo., will serve as a vice chairman of the Western Caucus in the House for the 114th Congress. Tipton will serve along with representatives from Arizona and Nevada as vice chairmen and the caucus will be headed by ...


Gas commission streamlines process to lodge complaints

By Dennis Webb

People with complaints related to oil and gas development can now file them and track the complaint resolution more easily in Colorado, the state says. The Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission has implemented a more streamlined ...


Blotter, Jan. 10, 2015

By Staff

Police investigate arson at North Ave. Walmart Grand Junction police officers are investigating an arson after someone lit a piece of clothing on fire at Walmart, 2881 North Ave. on Tuesday and left the area. Employees extinguished the ...


Prep wrestling results, Jan. 9, 2015

By Staff

Olathe 33, Berthoud 29 Friday at Olathe 106 — Andrew Godfrey, O, dec. Colin Leypoldt, 7-0; 113 — Michael Creager, B, won by forfeit; 120 — Matt Bailey, B, pinned Cody Needham, 5:24; 126 — Kyler Bailey, B, pinned ...


Prep boys basketball scores, Jan. 9, 2015

By Staff

Prairie View 61, Central 56 Friday at Central Prairie View 13 11 23 14 — 61 Central 15 9 16 16 — 56 Prairie View — Alonzo Ramirez 15, Spencer Wilson 4, Trey Marble 4, Luke Schwindaman 24, P.J. Gallegos 4, Jacob Alexis 6, ...


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