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State Trooper is said to shoot surviving prison escapee in New York

By The AP

2015 New York Times News Service MALONE, N.Y. — David Sweat, the surviving prison escapee on the run in northern New York, was shot by a state trooper Sunday, according to three people briefed on the matter. His condition was ...


Rescuers called to Mt. Bierstadt for lightning injuries

By The AP

DENVER — Rescuers have been called to Mount Bierstadt west of Denver on a report of a lighting strike that left several people injured. According to the Alpine Rescue Team, the report came in just before noon on Sunday. Lightning and ...


Body recovered from South Platte River

By The AP

CASTLE ROCK — Rescue crews have pulled a body from the South Platte River in Waterton Canyon. The body was found about three miles from the mouth of the canyon Saturday afternoon. The Douglas County Sheriff’s Office is ...


International battle over custody of children

By The AP

SNOWMASS VILLAGE — A judge has ruled that two children at the heart of an international custody dispute between a Snowmass Village man and his former spouse will remain in the custody of their father. An Argentine court in April ordered ...


Vandals slash Durango outfitter’s rafts

By The AP

DURANGO — Vandals have slashed a Durango outfitter’s rafts, causing $25,000 damage. Troy McLeod of Southwest Raft and Jeep says four rafts need repairs and one is probably too damaged to repair. The Durango Herald reports ...


Natural gas isn’t going to be displaced anytime soon

By Guest Columnist

By David Ludlam West Slope Colorado Oil & Gas Association Powerful media messages promulgated by increasingly powerful shareholder interests behind emerging energy sectors purport a beginning of the end for natural gas and so-called ...


Why an Olympic skier supports 
the EPA’s Clean Power plan

By Guest Columnist

By Casey Puckett Even during the heat of summer as a child, I dreamed of skiing in the Olympics. I was raised in the small, historic mountain town of Crested Butte, Colorado. On snowy winter mornings my family would load up our green ...


Faith in the judiciary hinges on credibility

By The Daily Sentinel

During his confirmation hearings to become chief justice of the U.S. Supreme Court, John Roberts alluded to the “bedrock principle of legitimacy” that underpins the American court system. “Any authority to interpret the law, ...


Printed Letters: June 28, 2015

By Staff

Not every place has to be accessible to every person Does every place in Colorado need to be accessible to everyone? I picked up a copy of the magazine “Rock and Ice” from the library’s exchange rack. I’m not a rock ...


Traffic Alert, June 28, 2015

By Staff

Road closures and maintenance projects may affect traffic this week: City of Grand Junction Projects with Travel Restrictions ■ 2015 Sewer Line Replacement: First Street to Seventh Street between Orchard Avenue and Patterson Road. ...


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