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Blotter, March 31, 2016

By Staff

Store robbed at gunpoint Carbondale police are continuing to seek leads in the armed robbery of a store Tuesday. Police were dispatched about 6 p.m. to Gloria’s Boutique, 587 Colorado Highway 133. The store owner reported having been ...


Remembrance Day 2016

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

Colorado Mesa University Associated Student Government honored all fallen Mavs with a Remembrance Day balloon release on campus.  ...

Candidates raffle guns to make a point, get attention

By The AP

DENVER — It’s campaign season. So it must be time for the candidate gun raffles. Former Colorado state representative and current U.S. Senate candidate Tim Neville has already given away a semi-automatic rifle in what his campaign ...


Fruita tries to eliminate odors from idle lagoons

By Amy Hamilton

Four decommissioned sewage lagoons in Fruita have been causing a stink lately, but local officials believe they might have the problem odors contained. The smells from the ponds west of the James M. Robb Colorado River State Park in Fruita ...

Email letters, March 30, 2016

By Staff

Perhaps cyclists should be required to have liability insurance and licensing It’s finally happened: A bicycle and motor vehicle accident in which the bicyclist was at fault and a motor vehicle (motorcyclist) was injured. Now for the ...

Hiker finds human remains in Chaffee County

By The AP

HARTSEL — Chaffee County authorities are investigating after a hiker found some human remains. Sheriff John Spezze says a hiker out looking for antler sheds reported finding the remains Tuesday in the Trout Creek Pass area, about 15 ...

Man kills teen daughter, then himself north of Fort Collins

By The AP

FORT COLLINS — Investigators say a Lakewood man shot and killed his 16-year-old daughter and then killed himself the following day north of Fort Collins. Greg Fairman with the Larimer County coroner’s office says 52-year-old ...

Full tolls in effect on US 36 between Boulder, Denver area

By The AP

BOULDER — Drivers taking the new express lanes on U.S. Highway 36 between Boulder and the Denver area have to pay more starting Wednesday. Solo drivers have had to pay a toll to travel in the fast lanes on the first half of the expanded ...

Printed Letters: March 30, 2016

By Staff

Complaints nothing more than partisan election-year attacks The letter to the editor penned last Friday by registered Democrat Gene Goffin of Glade Park, sounds more like an attack on Republican-led governing boards than a legitimate call for ...

Colorado doesn’t need legal discrimination

By Bill Grant

Democrats in the Colorado House of Representatives once again have sidelined a Republican effort to write discrimination against LGBT Coloradans into state law. Deceptively titled the Free Exercise of Religion Act, HB16-1180 specified that no ...

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