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Commission makes changes to big-game hunting regulations

By Dave Buchanan

Several changes to the state’s big-game hunting regulations were approved last week by the Colorado Parks and Wildlife commission. All the changes are effective for the 2015 big-game hunting season. Archers now are allowed to use ...


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Wild-horse control

By Gary Harmon

Tales of a successful hunt behind the Bookcliffs might sound a lot like the kind of braggadocio reserved for the drawing rooms of hunt clubs whose mahogany walls are lined with the stuffed heads of rhinos, moose and the occasional unfortunate ...


CMU expands impact on economy of area, its president says

By Gary Harmon

Colorado Mesa University is a $417 million economic engine for the Grand Valley, more than doubling its size in a decade, officials said. The analysis of economic impact is just one measure of the value of the university to the region, CMU ...


You Said It: Feb. 1, 2015

By Staff

Why is it no longer mandatory for parents to show proof their child has had the appropriate shots to enter school? Goodbye, Lisa Eckert. You will not be missed. Sad news for Bryce Canyon.   If City Market wants to be a good ...


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Old friends make plans for new playground

By Rachel Sauer

Years ago, when John and Nancy Leane were a young family and living in Indianapolis, they had a 5-year-old, a 3-year-old and newborn twins. “We needed a little help,” John Leane recalled, so they asked Kathy, a teenager who lived ...


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Woman charged in infant’s death claims she lied to police, records say

By Paul Shockley

A woman charged with first-degree murder has implicated her 3-year-old son in the case, while authorities are investigating the claim. Sydney White, 20, says she initially lied to police and her family about how 11-month-old Angel Place, ...


Remote testimony allowed on gun bills

By Charles Ashby

DENVER — Monday is Groundhog Day and state legislators could get the feeling they’ve been through all this before. The day will be filled with numerous Republican bills that attempt to undo all of the controversial gun-restriction ...


Blotter: Feb. 1, 2015

By Staff

Storage burglar sought Crime Stoppers of Mesa County is asking for help finding a man who burglarized a unit at JR Storage, 2389 Leland Ave., on Nov. 12. According to Crime Stoppers, surveillance video shows a blue Ford Expedition enter ...


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The vertical angle of winter

By Staff

We all learned at an early age how the earth revolves around the sun. Combined with a slight tilt of the earth, seasons of warm and cold follow the revolution. Changes are minor in the middle latitudes and extreme in the northern and southern ...


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A mom’s story about caring and spirituality

By Laurena Mayne Davis

“Monkeys and the Chair: Josiah’s Story” honors the life and influence of Josiah Peacock, a charismatic young man born with severe cerebral palsy — not that he ever let that slow him down. His mother, Renee ...


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