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10 Things to know for Tuesday, July 1

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 ...

Pre-evacuation orders lifted near Eightmile Fire

By The AP

CANON CITY — Firefighters feel confident about the progress they’re making containing a fire on about 500 rugged acres near Canon City. The Eightmile Fire was 40 percent contained Tuesday and some of the 300 firefighters and ...

Downtown splash pad closed; Free at LP splash pad

By Mike Wiggins

Barricades were set up this morning around a popular splash pad on Fifth Street and Main Street, in light of the huge demand, the city of Grand Junction will immediately open for free the splash pad at Lincoln Park-Moyer Pool. The City ...

Gay marriage showdown looms in Colorado

By The AP

DENVER — The clock is ticking on a showdown between Colorado’s Republican attorney general and a county clerk who has been issuing gay-marriage licenses. Attorney General John Suthers told Boulder County Clerk Hillary Hall to stop ...

Denver to spend $3.4M to regulate pot industry

By The AP

DENVER — Denver will spend $3.4 million to hire more workers to help regulate the retail marijuana industry. City councilors unanimously backed the plan Monday. The Denver Post reports that 21 full-time employees and one part-time ...

Most of human skeleton recovered in Eagle County

By The AP

VAIL — Investigators have recovered most of the human remains tied to a Vail construction site. Work at the site resumed Monday after several bones were found last week at the site and at another spot where construction debris was ...

Printed Letters: July 1, 2014

By Staff

Dem candidate for House District 55 welcomes race Let me start by congratulating Dan Thurlow on his victory over Steve Acquafresca in the Republican primary for the House District 55 nomination. We have all been anxiously awaiting the outcome ...

So many fish in the barrel ... so little column space

By Jim Spehar

Memo to Sen. Steve King: It’s not about $90.  It’s more than a “bump in the road.”  It’s about patterns and intent.  It demands more than a delayed mea culpa and a hastily written reimbursement ...

Storm King’s legacy

By The Daily Sentinel

The most we can hope for with a tragedy like the Storm King Fire is that it provides lessons to prevent future tragedies. Author John Maclean, whose book “Fire on the Mountain” chronicled the July 1994 wildfire near Glenwood ...

KidzPlex Gymnastics Results, June 30, 2014

By Staff

USAG XCEL State Championships June 28-29 at Adrenaline Gymnastics, Denver KidzPlex Results Diamond Junior division Jaedyn Daugherty: 5th all-around (37.25), 1st bars (9.8), 4th vault (9.15), 6th floor (9.4) Platinum Junior division ...

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