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Man killed in RTD passenger bus crash

By The AP

DENVER — One person has died in a crash involving an RTD passenger bus in Denver. Denver police say a car collided with the bus about 4 a.m. on Tuesday and one person in the vehicle was killed. Police say the driver of the bus was not ...


Health and Wellness Briefs, Feb. 25, 2014

By Staff

Free clinic appointments Thursday The Good Samaritan free medical clinic is now accepting appointments on Thursday for its offices located at 634 Main St. in the Downtown Vineyard Church Offices. Good Samaritan Clinic is open to the ...


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Hospice need outgrows Montrose facility

By Greg Ruland

HopeWest Hospice and Palliative Care is hoping its application for a city building permit comes through soon so it can get to work on the A. Curtis Robinson Center for Hope in Montrose. Construction of the roughly 10,000-square-foot, $3 ...


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Death penalty won’t be sought in Glenwood slaying

By Dennis Webb

GLENWOOD SPRINGS — A man accused of fatally shooting his stepdaughter’s boyfriend and wounding her was bound over for trial Monday on charges including first-degree murder after deliberation. However, 9th Judicial District ...


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Meeker drug kingpin gets maximum term

By Paul Shockley

Authorities believe the “salsa” served up by 45-year-old Francisco Peralta-Cabral wasn’t on the menu at his restaurant in Meeker. Instead, as Chief Mesa County Judge David Bottger observed Monday, it was dished to customers ...


Organization tries to take anti-fracking fight statewide

By Gary Harmon

Backers of a measure to give local governments in Colorado the ability to regulate hydraulic fracturing have turned in ballot language, setting the stage for a statewide fight over fracking. An organization backing the measure, Local Control ...


House approves bill keeping lottery sales from going online

By Charles Ashby

Just in case the Colorado Lottery is considering selling scratch-off tickets over the Internet, it may not be for long. Under a bill that won preliminary approval in the Colorado House on Monday, the lottery wouldn’t be able to do as ...


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Junction man hurt in home explosion

By Gary Harmon

One man was treated for “significant burns” Monday after an explosion blew out the west wall of his small residence south of downtown, Grand Junction Fire Department officials said. No information as to the man’s identity or ...


Bill to nix fed water-rights grab moves ahead

By Charles Ashby

A bill that would negate any federal ownership of private water rights in exchange for a special-use permit won preliminary approval in the Colorado House on Monday. The measure, HB1028, is aimed at the federal government’s recent ...


Johnny Carino’s shut down

By Greg Ruland

The Mesa County Sheriff’s Office evicted a popular Grand Junction Italian restaurant Monday after it allegedly failed to pay two months rent, according to court records. Kona Restaurant Group of Texas, owner and operator of Johnny ...


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