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De Beque Wild Horse Days: Head thorugh the canyon for some fun

By Tammy Gemaehlich

The town of De Beque is ready to celebrate the wild horses that live on the sagebrush and pinyon-juniper covered hills of the nearby Little Book Cliffs Wild Horse Range. De Beque’s Wild Horse Days are Friday through Sunday, Aug. ...

Email Letter: August 9, 2017

By Staff

Whitewater energy proposal threatens valley’s watershed For 54 years, my family has lived, worked, and raised cattle on upper Whitewater Creek Road where our ranch is located. Usually, the only real problems we had to worry about were ...


Music Scene: Los Lobos and other area shows for Aug. 11–17

By Tammy Gemaehlich

Legendary East Los Angeles band Los Lobos began in a garage in 1973. More than 40 years later, Los Lobos continues to perform its unique blend of music, once described by longtime drummer Louis Perez as “the soundtrack of the ...


Police: Ring ran loads of meth

By Gabrielle Porter

Suspected members of a recently busted Mesa County drug ring are accused of trafficking major amounts of methamphetamine into Mesa County by way of Nevada and California, then selling the product using local dealers and a Clifton-area ...

Colorado father accused of killing son waives extradition

By The AP

BELLINGHAM, Wash. — A Colorado man accused of killing his teenage son has waived extradition in Washington state and is expected to be taken to Colorado to face charges. The Bellingham Herald reports that 55-year-old Mark Redwine ...

Utah seeking $1.9 billion from EPA over mine-waste spill

By The AP

Utah is asking the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency for $1.9 billion in damages after the EPA inadvertently triggered a multi-state spill from an old gold mine in Colorado, the Utah Attorney General’s Office confirmed Tuesday. The ...

Going, going, Gomes: 3-run homer in 9th lifts Indians

By The AP

CLEVELAND — For eight innings, nothing. The Indians did everything in the ninth. Yan Gomes hit a three-run homer with two outs off All-Star closer Greg Holland as Cleveland, down to its last strike several times, rallied for four runs ...

Taylor Swift wants case to serve as example to other victims

By The AP

DENVER — Taylor Swift’s attorneys told jurors they aren’t trying to bankrupt a former Colorado DJ accused of groping the pop superstar before a concert, but they do want others to know “that you can always say ...

Guam’s worries grow as tensions rise between US, North Korea

By The AP

HAGATNA, Guam — Residents of the tiny Pacific island of Guam say they’re afraid of being caught in the middle of escalating tensions between the U.S. and North Korea after Pyongyang announced it was examining plans for attacking ...

The penalty for failure

By The Daily Sentinel

Science says hydraulic fracturing is safe when done properly. Science says wildfires are essential to restoring the ecological health of forests. Science says human activity is increasing global temperatures, leading to potentially ...

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