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Fort Collins cancels part of panhandling law

By The AP

FORT COLLINS — The Fort Collins City Council has canceled some parts of the city’s panhandling law after the ACLU filed a class-action lawsuit. Changes include when, where and from whom individuals can solicit donations. The Fort ...


Favors has 21 points, 10 rebounds for Jazz over Nuggets

By The AP

DENVER — The Utah Jazz responded to a tough loss — at the expense of the reeling Denver Nuggets. Derrick Favors had 21 points, 10 rebounds and three blocks, Trey Burke came off the bench to score 19 points and the Jazz beat the ...


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Council candidates spar at debate

By Amy Hamilton

Two candidates for the Grand Junction City Council, Dennis Simpson and Chris Kennedy, faced off Friday during a luncheon for the Redlands Rotary Club. The candidates are vying for a four-year, at-large seat. Simpson, a certified public ...


Senate kills bill to reveal names of school tipsters

By Charles Ashby

A program started more than a decade ago to help prevent major crimes in Colorado schools has been highly successful, but a disturbing new trend is starting to emerge, a Colorado Springs state senator said. That trend has been an increasing ...


Speaker: Exports could add 12K jobs in state

By Greg Ruland

Long-term trends in global markets point toward strong growth in liquid natural gas exports, which will provide enormous benefits to the Colorado economy, an energy expert with the American Petroleum Institute said Friday. Based on ...


Official: Gas-export market ripe

By Mike Wiggins

There will be a “window of opportunity” in 2016 for the United States to begin exporting natural gas to Lithuania — and break up the monopoly Russia has long held on the resource, the former energy minister for Lithuania said ...


Flex drill designer honored

By Staff

One of the designers of the flex rig, which is used to drill several wells from the same pad, was honored Friday as a Pioneer of the Piceance by the West Slope Colorado oil and Gas Association. Scott Brady also developed the way simultaneous ...


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Dogged determination

By Dale Shrull

Little things equal big results. Palisade used those little things to pick up a big win in the first round of the Class 4A girls basketball state playoffs on Friday. The 32-29 win over Green Mountain (14-10) was a nerve-racking game with a ...


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Fruita girls score upset in 5A playoffs

By Staff

The Fruita Monument girls basketball team upset the No. 2 team in its Class 5A state playoff quadrant Friday night to punch its ticket to the Sweet 16. The seventh-seeded Wildcats (15-10) led Arapahoe (19-5) by 11 points after the first ...


Montrose hires Scarry to be new football coach

By Matt Meyer

Montrose ended its first search for a football coach in a decade Friday, promoting offensive line coach Jim Scarry to head coach. Scarry succeeds Todd Casebier, who left Montrose for Fruita Monument after 10 successful seasons with the ...


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