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Denver touts National Western Stock Show upgrades

By The AP

DENVER — A 10-year plan to turn an aging Denver arena into a global agriculture destination started Wednesday when city officials kicked off a tax campaign to pay for the makeover at the National Western Stock Show. Mayor Michael ...

County bans open burning until 8 p.m.

By Mike Wiggins

Gusty winds, low humidity and dry conditions have prompted the Mesa County Health Department to ban open burning in the county until 8 p.m. today. The prohibition on open burning, including agricultural burns, is connected to a red flag ...

Centennial man, 19, killed in I-70 rollover near Loma

By Paul Shockley

A Centennial man was killed in Tuesday’s single-vehicle rollover crash on Interstate 70, west of the Loma port of entry. Noah Graham,19, was ejected from the rear seat of a 2002 Toyota Highlander, which careened off I-70 eastbound near ...

Email letters, August 5, 2015

By Staff

Our national leadership continues to feed the country’s money addiction Jim Spehar’s Tuesday column on growth exceeding water supply was a sober assessment of reality. Especially here in the often-parched west, there will come a ...

Stabbing in Clifton probed

By Staff

A woman was stabbed Tuesday night in Clifton and suffered injuries described by authorities as not life-threatening. Mesa County Sheriff’s deputies were called to an apartment at 8:53 p.m. in the 3200 block of White Avenue, where they ...

Person steps on grenade on shore of Colorado lake

By The AP

BROOMFIELD — Authorities say a person walking around a lake near Broomfield unknowingly stepped on a live hand grenade but it didn’t detonate. The Boulder County Sheriff’s Office says Rachel Wine and Anthony Perkins were ...


Revamped museum to bring Ute history into the present

By Amy Hamilton

MONTROSE — Regina Lopez-Whiteskunk recalls annual trips to the Montrose area and the Ute Indian Museum south of Montrose on U.S. Highway 550. She and her siblings played in the artisan foundation that is protected by a cement ...

WCCC peaches

Students follow passion using peaches

By Dixie Burmeister

The middle of summer is here with the Palisade Peach Festival just a week away and many area students already back in school. Colorado Mesa University and Western Colorado Community College resume classes after the festival and a couple of ...

Mount Evans Road reopens after closure for construction

By The AP

DENVER — Colorado’s Mount Evans Road, which winds to the top of one of the state’s 14,000-foot peaks, has reopened after construction forced drivers to find another route. The Denver Post reports that the road reopened ...

Feds designate Red Rocks, Conservation Corps camp landmarks

By The AP

DENVER — Red Rocks Park and the camp that housed the men who built its amphitheater are now national historic landmarks. The Denver Post reports that the National Park Service announced Tuesday that Mount Morrison Civilian Conservation ...

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