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Juror issue leads to Blagg retrial

By Gary Harmon

Michael Blagg, whose murder trial drew national attention 10 years ago, won a new trial in 2014, thanks to a juror who kept her past of domestic violence from the court. The latest chapter in the case of Blagg, convicted in 2004 of ...


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New Castle pilot mourned after Mideast fighter crash

By Dennis Webb

Many were lucky enough to have known William DuBois. And then there were the many more who will never get that chance, but joined in mourning the Air Force captain’s death and honoring his life following the crash of his fighter jet ...


Murder charge filed in death of father

By Dennis Webb

Prosecutors filed a second-degree murder charge Tuesday against a 27-year-old man in the death of his father near New Castle. Anthony Padia could face 16 to 48 years in prison if convicted. Court affidavits quote Padia as telling authorities ...


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Quick Picks: Contra Family Dance; ‘The Secret Garden’

By Staff

Saturday, Jan. 3 Join the dance Walk your two left feet and your family to Fifth Reel’s Family Dance from 5–6:30 p.m. at La Puerta Dance Studio, 523 1/2 Main St. The dance steps are simple and the atmosphere is friendly for the ...


Email letters, December 30, 2014

By Staff

Rejecting federal school funding in favor of local control is a dangerous fantasy Frank Roger Little’s letter on Sunday decrying federal spending on education is a real eye opener to a certain point of view that exists these days. ...


Entertainment briefs: Jan. 2–8

By Staff

Creamery Arts Center announces classes Cabin fever got you down? The Creamery Arts Center, 165 W. Bridge St., in Hotchkiss, will offer January classes in beginning pottery, painting and photography. Go to creameryartscenter.org or call ...


Children’s New Year will be part of The Art Center’s January celebration

By Tammy Gemaehlich

The Art Center’s First Friday celebration for January will not only wrap up the Holiday Art Camp, it will engage and challenge youth in their artistic endeavors. The Children’s New Year will be an afternoon celebration from ...


Looking forward to a good year for music in 2015

By Staff

Happy New Year, everyone! If you are a regular reader of this column, you know my favorite releases from last year. If not, stop by the store, and I will tell you. It is now time to look forward with excitement toward the new releases set for ...


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Music Scene: Ben Miller Band and other shows set for Jan. 2–8

By Tammy Gemaehlich

Whether you call it “Ozark Stomp” or “Mudstomp,” the Ben Miller Band plays it using common instruments as well as the uncommon — a washboard, electric spoons and a one-string washtub bass, constructed using ...


Sen Bennet seeks limit on energy exploration

By The AP

DENVER — Sen Michael Bennet’s office says he will continue to try to make an area in western Colorado off-limits to energy exploration. A Bennet spokesman said the Democratic senator will re-introduce a bill to ban drilling in the ...


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