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Body of man who drowned in Escalante potholes is recovered

By Staff

The body of a Delta man who drowned last weekend after jumping into the Escalante Canyon potholes has been recovered, the Delta County Sheriff’s Office wrote in a press release this morning. Bryan Scott Reim, 35, jumped into ...


Email Letters: June 9, 2017

By Staff

You are welcome to your own opinion but not your own facts You are welcome to your own opinion but not your own facts. To the writer who submitted the letter on June 1, were you unable to read the whole article from which you garnered your ...


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A GAME FOR ALL SEASONS

By Rachel Sauer

The medals arranged by gold, silver and bronze in gallon Ziploc bags at home can be explained in anywhere between 13.78 and 14.74 seconds. Monday night, it was closer to the 14.74 end of the scale, but still: Steven Crawley’s arms ...


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World champ a global advocate

By Dale Shrull

Vincent Egan traveled to Austria this winter and won gold at the Special Olympics World Games. Not bad considering skiing is his third favorite sport. “Being there was such an honor, the biggest thing was I made so many new ...


Athletes Competing in the 2017 Colorado Summer Games

By Staff

Adams 12 Eagles Christopher Abeyta Serenity Gallegos Andy Martinez Antony Martinez Loretta Atler Christine Burkhardt Caid Marcia Diana Cameron Shirley ‘Jeannie’ Chavez Jade Galan Kristina Sisneros Scott ...


Law enforcement quick to volunteer

By Dale Shrull

As always, law enforcement will be out in force at this weekend’s Special Olympics Colorado Summer Games. Smiling, high-fiving, hanging out with athletes and supporters, it’s a great event for all involved. When it comes to ...


2017 Special OlympicsCalendar

By Staff

COLORADO SUMMER GAMES Tentative Schedule of Events All events are free and open to the public. Schedule is subject to change. FRIDAY, JUNE 9 Coach/athlete registration: 
3-5 p.m., outside the dorms Dinner: 5-7 p.m., University ...


Police investigating after girl’s body found near Denver

By The AP

THORNTON — Police believe they have found the body of a 10-year-old girl who went missing during a heavy rainstorm north of Denver and are investigating how she died. Police are still are waiting for the coroner to confirm that the body ...


Caerus buying local Encana assets for $735 million

By Dennis Webb

Encana is exiting the Piceance Basin with a $735 million sale that will make Caerus Oil and Gas LLC one of the largest local producers. Calgary-based Encana is the latest in a long string of major natural gas operators in the basin as of the ...


No prosecution in over-budget veterans hospital

By The AP

DENVER — The Justice Department has declined to prosecute two Veterans Affairs Department executives after lawmakers accused them of misleading Congress about massive cost overruns at a Denver-area VA hospital. The House Veterans ...


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