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Eye in the sky: heat-seeking, fire-spotting technology

By Charles Ashby

The way Colorado deals with wildfires is about to go high-tech. The same company that creates computerized sensing equipment for the U.S. military to locate enemy combatants on the ground won the contract to equip two new multi-mission planes ...


Biz Buzz, July 27, 2014

By Staff

Nick’s Surf Shack, at the intersection of 15th Street and North Avenue, hosted a grand-opening party Saturday that included a live radio broadcast and a dog- adoption promotion, during which many homeless pets found new ...


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Desert body is that of mother

By Paul Shockley

The Mesa County Coroner’s Office said a body found Thursday in the desert north of 25 Road was that of a woman reported missing from her nearby home, while authorities Saturday said her son with a lengthy criminal record is a ...


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Amazing manicures are best left to professionals

By Rachel Sauer

I think we all can agree that as far as canvasses go, fingernails are pretty small. Co-worker Melinda Mawdsley and I definitely could agree on this, and that was before we’d even inhaled all those fumes. So, do we blame ourselves for ...


Beagles often used in lab experiments

By Staff

I recently watched a video on the Internet showcasing several beagles being released from their duty as participants in a laboratory experiment. The dogs had spent their lives inside a controlled environment, most of their time restricted to ...


Book Notes, July 27, 2014

By Staff

‘Frozen,’ Marvel, Patterson part of bookstore’s Get Pop-Cultured events Barnes & Noble Booksellers, 2451 Patterson Road, will continue its Get Pop-Cultured events this week with activities related to ...


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‘Blow Sand in His Soul’ captures beauty of landscape

By Laurena Mayne Davis

Contributing to the 50th anniversary celebration of Canyonlands National Park is a biography of the park’s biggest advocate, the “Father of the Canyonlands,” Bates Wilson. “Blow Sand in His Soul: Bates Wilson the Heart ...


Monument Downhill 5K

By Staff

Monument Downhill 5K Saturday, Monument Road Overall Female 1. Scholl, Tabor, Kremmling, 16:29 Overall Male 1. Rich, Adam, Colorado Springs, 14:40 Female Age 1-14 1. Andre, Aubree, Delta, 25:22; 2. Tibbetts, Laure, Grand Junction, ...


Taco Bell Western Slope Open results, July 26, 2014

By Staff

Taco Bell Western Slope Open Saturday’s Results Adults Women’s 3.5 Singles Finals Filutze def. Blanchard, 6-3, 4-6, 10-8. Women’s Open Singles Finals Woomer Def. Poudrier, 6-0, 5-7, 6-0. Women’s Open ...


Gray Gourmet, July 27, 2014

By Staff

All meals served with 1 percent milk: Monday — Chili dog on a bun, California vegetables, pea and cheese salad, Waldorf gelatin mold. Tuesday — Baked chicken, parsley potatoes, black-eyed peas, oranges wedges, wheat bread ...


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