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Fort Collins firefighters find man dead in smoky apartment

By The AP

FORT COLLINS — Firefighters have found the body of a man in a smoke-filled Fort Collins apartment. The Fort Collins Coloradoan reports the body was found Saturday. Authorities didn’t immediately release the man’s identity ...

Colorado police: Boy, 3, accidentally shoots younger brother

By The AP

COLORADO SPRINGS — Police say a 3-year-old Colorado boy has accidentally shot and seriously wounded his 2-year-old brother, and a 30-year-old woman has been arrested. Colorado Springs Police Department spokesman Howard Black says the ...


Student of the week, June 5, 2017

By Staff


Did Kid Curry really die in 1904 during the Parachute train heist?

By Bob Silbernagel

Three men robbed the Denver & Rio Grande train west of Parachute on June 7, 1904, and escaped into the rainy night. They crossed the Colorado River in a small boat and grabbed horses they had waiting on the other side. But they ...


Other people’s trash? No treasure when they’re littering our desert

By Charles Ashby

They call it OPT — other people’s trash — and for the past six years they’ve been picking it up. Once a year, the members of the Grand Mesa Jeep Club, with help from the Outkast Offroad Club and the Bureau of Land ...

Blotter, June 5, 2017

By Staff

Man jailed in cop attack A Grand Junction man was arrested Thursday on suspicion of kicking and attempting to assault a police officer. James Frank Salazar, 46, faces charges of second-degree assault, criminal mischief of less than $300, ...

Changes are proposed for downtown parking

By Amy Hamilton

You know the drill. You want to bop into one downtown Grand Junction store to pick up an item. Good luck finding a parking spot within a few blocks. Your fortune might get a little rosier, with some parking changes slated for the downtown ...

Hendricks’ lists his home, ranchland

By Gary Harmon

John Hendricks’ listing of 7,000 acres of ranchland for sale around Gateway for $149 million leaves his resort intact and under the same management. “He’s not ditching the place,” said John Williams, Hendricks’ ...

Local drilling activity triples; firms eye frack crew shortage

By Dennis Webb

Natural gas drilling activity is picking up considerably this year locally just like elsewhere in the country, as local energy developers monitor a developing shortage of hydraulic fracturing crews. “All in all, what a nice problem to ...


Texas JUCO player suspected of defacing rocks

By Staff

One of the players for a Texas team that competed in the Alpine Bank Junior College World Series last week has been cited on suspicion of vandalizing Colorado National Monument, his coach said Sunday. The person plays for the Waco, ...

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