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CSU 3-D prints prosthetic hoof for miniature horse

By The AP

FORT COLLINS — A 3-year-old miniature horse from Florence is back to prancing thanks to a 3-D printed prosthetic hoof created by Colorado State University. The Coloradoan reports that Shine, who stands just 30 inches tall and weighs ...

Larimer County jail nearing full capacity

By The AP

FORT COLLINS — The Larimer County jail is nearing full capacity, and jail officials are urging law enforcement officers to use discretion before putting someone behind bars. The jail hit more than 95 percent of capacity on Friday, with ...

Woman injured parachuting in Garfield County

By Staff

A woman was injured while parachuting this morning during a jump in Garfield County, according to the Garfield County Sheriff’s Office. The woman, whose name and age weren’t released, was reportedly jumping with one other person ...


Vets can vent at town hall

By Duffy Hayes

Just weeks after scandalous accusations of subpar treatment at a number of the nation’s Veterans Affairs facilities came to light, the American Legion began hosting crisis command centers and town halls in cities where the VA issues were ...

Shaking the slump

By Mike Wiggins

Considered individually, the layoffs and closures in western Colorado hardly are fatal. But group them together and contemplate their cumulative impact, and it feels like death by a thousand cuts. Energy projects curtailed or rejected. ...

Barnes’ 2-run triple lifts Rockies past Dodgers 7-5

By The AP

DENVER — Brandon Barnes finished off a difficult at-bat with his first run-scoring hit of the season. Barnes hit a tie-breaking two-run triple in the eighth inning, lifting the Colorado Rockies past the Los Angeles Dodgers 7-5 on Friday ...

US Sen. John McCain calls for criminal probe into mine spill

By The AP

PHOENIX — U.S. Sen. John McCain on Friday called for a criminal investigation into actions by the Environmental Protection Agency that led to a mine spill polluting rivers in three Western states last summer. During a congressional ...


Short-term outlook dim for natural gas

By Dennis Webb

RIFLE — The short-term outlook over coming years for domestic natural gas prices that drive local drilling levels is weak, thanks in part to the amount of associated gas being produced along with domestic oil. But the long-term outlook ...

Bill would nix ‘felon box’ for job seekers

By Charles Ashby

Employers would no longer be allowed to have a box on their initial job application forms asking if someone had been convicted of a felony under a bill that won preliminary approval in the Colorado House on Friday. While Democrats said the ...


Regional Center plan
gets initial approval

By Charles Ashby

Making sure the current residents of the Grand Junction Regional Center are taken care of will drive what happens next to the aging facility under a bill that won preliminary approval in the Colorado Senate on Friday. Numerous senators made ...

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