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Live until 105 and you may get your own day

By Amy Hamilton

Aug. 25 will be a special day in Fruita, to be known as Helen R. Lamm Day. If you’re lucky enough to turn 105, you might just get your day, too. Lamm, looking splendid in a pink hat, matching sweatpants and a pearl necklace around the ...

Raedy to perform

Quick Picks: Pickin’ On The Pinyon, ‘Mommy & Me Make Music’; and Downtown Pub Crawl

By Ann Wright

Friday and Saturday, Aug. 19–20 Music in the hills Take this opportunity to get out of town for a two-day music festival on Glade Park. Pickin’ On The Pinyon, now in its third year, can be found at 7001 DS Road, Glade Park. The ...

Military: Colorado air base may have released toxic chemical

By The AP

DENVER — The military says firefighting foam containing toxic chemicals may have been released from an Air Force base near two Colorado communities where the chemicals were detected in drinking water systems. Officials said Wednesday ...

Entertainment briefs: Aug. 19–25

By Staff

Audition date set for upcoming musical High Desert Opera will have auditions for its upcoming New Year’s Eve weekend production of “Guys and Dolls.” Auditions for all parts will be from 1–4 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 28, at ...


Blotter, Aug. 18, 2016

By Staff

Public asked to help ID counterfeiting suspect The Mesa County Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public’s help identifying someone suspected of trying to use counterfeit money. The woman, who appears to be in her early 20s ...

Email Letters: August 17, 2016

By Staff

Process of improving Palisade property disenchanting I purchased a commercially zoned property in Palisade and now I regret it. Unfortunately, my general contractor looked at this property shortly after I purchased it, and told me that most ...

Fish limits lifted due to reservoir’s draining

By Dennis Webb

A popular reservoir north of Silt is being drained to allow inspection of the dam outlet structure, prompting Colorado Parks and Wildlife to lift normal fishing restrictions there. CPW said in a news release that the Silt Water Conservancy ...

Feds to review Commerce City police after misconduct cases

By The AP

DENVER — Justice Department officials say they have agreed to review the Commerce City Police Department after a series of misconduct cases. Officials on Wednesday will announce plans for the review by the agency’s Office of ...

Colorado candy manufacturer to move to New Mexico

By The AP

SILVER CITY, N.M.  — A Colorado manufacturer of candy and cough drops is relocating to New Mexico. The New Mexico Economic Development Department recently announced St. Claire’s Organics will move its operations to the ...

Making gains on the mental health front

By The Daily Sentinel

Two advocacy groups are highlighting the lack of mental and behavioral services in the state — especially in rural Colorado. The issue is well understood among public health officials and mental health providers, but not so much among ...

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