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On Stage: July 4–10

By Staff

PARADISE THEATER “Back in the Dreamtime,” Cherry Days presentation of the musical, 2 p.m. Saturday, July 5, 215 Grand Ave., Paonia, tickets at brownpapertickets.com or Backcountry Bistro, 210 Third St., Paonia, 856-2272.  ...


Forest Service floats recreational shooting limits

By The AP

EVERGREEN — The U.S. Forest Service is floating a plan to restrict recreational shooting to designated areas in 625 square miles near developed areas in Colorado’s Front Range foothills and along the Interstate 70 corridor. The ...


Road Trip: Plan a trip for July 17–26

By Melinda Mawdsley

Here are some events coming to Colorado and Utah. ■ Devotchka, Gregory Alan Isakov and Elephant Revival with the Colorado Symphony — Red Rocks Amphitheatre, Morrison, July 17. ■ Brian Regan Live Comedy Tour — Vilar ...


10 Things to know for Wednesday, July 2

By The AP

Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:1. GOP DECLARES VICTORY IN BIRTH CONTROL RULING   But crowing too loudly could cause trouble for Republicans, who for years have tried ...


Email letters, July 2, 2014

By Staff

Peterson Plumbing customer cites examples of scam Thank you for exposing Peterson Plumbing for the scam artists they are. I have not found one person in my circle of experience that wasn’t overcharged by this company. I, too, was their ...


Neighbors protest 3-day music fest near Byers

By The AP

BYERS — A three-day music festival near Byers has attracted a large crowd of opponents who say Riot Fest is too loud. The Denver Post reports that a large crowd turned out to complain about the planned three-day music festival in ...


Highway officials promoting holiday travel effort

By The AP

DENVER — Colorado highway officials say they’re expecting heavy traffic on Interstate 70 starting Thursday for the July 4 holiday weekend. The Colorado Department of Transportation is promoting its website offering deals on things ...


Aspen-area bike trail sabotage under investigation

By The AP

ASPEN — Federal authorities say they’re still investigating sabotage on a mountain biking trail near Aspen last month. The Aspen Times reports that the Bureau of Land Management is investigating after two boards riddled with nails ...


Technology companies fighting Denver tax

By The AP

DENVER — Denver officials were meeting with technology executives on Wednesday to discuss a city tax on software services that is leading some businesses to consider relocating. Denver economic development chief Paul Washington and ...


Printed Letters: July 2, 2014

By Staff

GOP-controlled Senate will restore balance of power Separation of powers is the bedrock of our government. It makes it difficult to quickly enact laws and that is intentional. President Obama would have you believe that this is now ...


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