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Neighbors file 1st lawsuit after Colorado house explosion

By The AP

LONGMONT — Neighbors have filed the first lawsuit stemming from a fatal house explosion in northern Colorado that’s blamed on unrefined natural gas flowing from a severed pipeline. The Longmont Times-Call reports Swiin Jeffrey and ...

DA: Officer justified in fatal shooting in suburban Denver

By The AP

DENVER — Prosecutors say a police officer was justified when he shot and killed an armed man during a standoff in suburban Denver. District Attorney George Brauchler says the Englewood officer reasonably believed his life was in danger ...

Printed Letters: May 16, 2017

By Staff

County should exempt grants from TABOR I totally agree with Robin Brown’s suggestion in the Sunday editorial page that Mesa County should exempt all state grants from the Taxpayer’s Bill of Rights (TABOR). I would also suggest ...


Public lands decisions and 
sleeping on the ground

By Jim Spehar

I wish Donald Trump had been in the passenger seat of our 43-year-old Land Cruiser for at least a portion of our travels over the past six weeks. (Well, not really. You can imagine the conversations might have been a little heated and the ...

A nod to the godfather

By The Daily Sentinel

To know Tom Clark is to know the story of Denver’s transformation from a smog-choked city trying to rebound from its own boom-bust energy rut of the early 1980s to the economic powerhouse that millennials flock to today. The long-term ...


Mesa fills AD role with Rooks and Mort

By Staff

Colorado Mesa University moved quickly to fill its open athletic director position. The university announced Monday that Kris Mort and Bryan Rooks will jointly fill the role as CMU athletic director that came open with the departure of ...

Western Colorado state track and field qualifiers, May 16, 2017

By Staff

Local State Qualifiers State Track and Field Meet May 19-21 Source: CHSAA BOYS CLASS 5A Fruita Monument Gunner Rigsby — long jump, triple jump Bryce Brolien — discus Grand Junction Michael White — long jump Colin ...

Sports Briefs, May 16, 2017

By Staff

Girls Soccer Palisade rakes in all-WSL awards The girls Class 4A all-Western Slope League team was announced on Monday and it included four Palisade players selected to the first team. Leading the way for the Bulldogs was Sami Feller. The ...

Big bats help Cowley punch JUCO ticket

By Staff

Cowley College (Kansas) secured its second consecutive trip to the Alpine Bank Junior College World Series on Monday, rallying from an early two-run deficit to beat Neosho County 17-8 in the Central District championship game in Wichita, ...



By Jon Mitchell

Just because he’s going to be back on the state’s biggest prep track and field stage doesn’t mean Gunner Rigsby is going to do something different. And why would he change anything? After all, everything he’s done in ...

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