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Jurors find ex-Colorado deputy not guilty of wife’s killing

By The AP

GREELEY — Jurors on Thursday found a former Colorado sheriff’s deputy not guilty of killing his wife in 2012. The jury deliberated for about three hours before acquitting Tom Fallis, now 36, of second-degree murder in the death of ...

Aspen police report early season bear sightings

By The AP

ASPEN — April isn’t here yet but bears have been spotted in the Aspen area. The Aspen Times reports that the Aspen Police Department has received two calls about bear sightings in the past four days, with bears spotted on Sunday ...

Investigators say SUV involved in bus crash had worn tires

By The AP

STEAMBOAT SPRINGS — Investigators say an SUV that crashed into a Steamboat Springs transit bus on U.S. Highway 40 had worn tires, which likely contributed to the crash. Steamboat Pilot & Today reports that the driver of the Ford ...

Email letters, March 31, 2016

By Staff

Character, knowledge and leadership of baseball coaches make CMU top program Articles concerning a former gay CMU baseball player in another publication require a personal response. I met CMU’s Sean McKinney when he was a starting ...


The root canal of all evil

By Steve Beauregard

Due to the Denver snowstorms, some friends of ours had their spring break flight to Cancún delayed. Their posts on Facebook expressed frustration at having to spend boring hours at DIA before they could begin their week’s stay at ...


G.Y.M. — Leg Combination

By Staff

LEG COMBINATION Single Leg Dumbbell Deadlift: Start in a full upright position with a dumbbell in each hand, your shoulders down and back, and your abs engaged. Without twisting, lead with the dumbbells toward the floor while ...


Trains offer unique experiences 
in travel, dining, music and more

By Erin McIntyre

There’s something about the nostalgia of trains, combined with the possibility of adventure, that makes a fantastic travel experience. Trains can take you incredible places — think the Orient Express, or even Harry Potter’s ...

Inmate gets 20 years in prison for starting jail on fire

By The AP

PUEBLO — An inmate who set fire to the Saguache County jail in southern Colorado has been sentenced to 20 years in prison. The Pueblo Chieftain reports 42-year-old Dick Lopez was sentenced Tuesday for the May 27 fire that sent two ...

Huerfano County, feds probe shooting at home of pot grow

By The AP

DENVER — Huerfano County authorities say they’re still working with federal agents on an investigation into the death of a man who was shot while trying to break into a home that had an illegal marijuana grow operation. The Denver ...


Methane rule draws support

By Dennis Webb

Speakers at a Colorado Mesa University event Wednesday said a proposed Bureau of Land Management rule targeting methane emissions and waste could provide savings for both energy companies and the climate. That latter benefit resonates with ...

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