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For 50th anniversary, it’ll be Purgatory

By Dave Buchanan

A Durango businessman is the new owner of Purgatory at Durango Mountain Resort. James H. Coleman Jr., who grew up skiing at what then was known as Purgatory Ski Area since its founding in 1965, has announced he will restore the name ...

Nordic ski tradition attracts young racers

By Dave Buchanan

It’s no surprise to Ron Thoreson that Nordic skiing means more than clicking into the boards and heading out into the backcountry. As Thoreson loves to remind this corner every winter about this time, cross-country skiing has a rich ...



By Dave Buchanan

A person might think that after more than 40 years in the fly fishing business, Jack Dennis has done it all. But leave it to Dennis to find something else. There is no question the well-known fishing guide, fly innovator, author and popular ...

Colorado Mesa basketball scores, March 3, 2015

By Staff

RMAC Shootout Women Tuesday’s Quarterfinals Colorado Mesa 57, Western New Mexico 41 CSU-Pueblo 62, Black Hills State 57 Colorado Christian 57, Fort Lewis 56 CU-Colorado Springs 90, Regis 72 Friday’s Semifinals At Brownson ...

All-RMAC basketball teams, March 3, 2015

By Staff

All-RMAC Teams Women First Team Dee Arrieta, Jr., CSU-Pueblo; Chelsey Biegler, Sr., Black Hills State; Mary Brinton, Jr., Fort Lewis; Taylor Helbig, Sr., Colorado Mines; Brittany Hernandez, Soph., CU-Colorado Springs; Deni Jacobs, Jr., ...

Prep girls basketball scores, March 3, 2015

By Staff

Cherry Creek 58, Grand Junction 54 Class 5A State Playoffs, Round of 16 Tuesday at Cherry Creek High School, Englewood Grand Junction 6 12 8 28 — 54 Cherry Creek 12 13 6 27 — 58 Grand Junction — Jaryn Gibbs 2, Sydni ...

‘Distillery pubs’
 would be legal 
under proposal

By Charles Ashby

DENVER — Peach Street Distillers in Palisade and any other distillery in the state could expand into full-fledged pubs under a bill that won approval in the Colorado House on Tuesday. Under current law for places that make their own ...


Museum of Western Colorado marks 50 years

By Greg Ruland

An overflow crowd of Museum of Western Colorado boosters celebrated accomplishments, honored contributors and looked to the future during a 50th jubilee at Colorado Mesa University Center on Tuesday night. Since 1965 — through several ...

Research time delays Gateway School meetings

By Emily Shockley

Discussion of the future of Gateway School has been placed on pause following School District 51’s decision to delay a pair of community meetings in the small town. A meeting scheduled for tonight in Gateway has been moved to 6 p.m. ...

Lonnie Causey mug

Man stabbed in Orchard Mesa home

By Paul Shockley

A witness told police officers that a man stabbed another man multiple times during an argument over remodeling work at an Orchard Mesa trailer home Monday night, according to an arrest affidavit. Lonnie Causey, 45, was booked early Tuesday ...

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