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‘Sister Wives’ family asks court to reconsider bigamy ruling

By The AP

SALT LAKE CITY — The polygamous family from the TV show “Sister Wives” is asking an appeals court to re-consider a decision that upheld Utah’s law banning bigamy. Kody Brown and his four wives argue the ban violates ...

Colorado shooting task force gets 5,000 tips, but no arrests

By The AP

LOVELAND — A task force investigating a series of shootings in northern Colorado last year has fielded more than 5,000 tips but made no arrests. Task force spokesman David Moore said Tuesday that investigators have interviewed 1,000 ...


Defense: Cops fouled evidence in Birgfeld case

By Gabrielle Porter

Attorneys for Lester Jones have taken aim at key evidence in his upcoming trial for the 2007 murder of Paige Birgfeld by claiming that law enforcement tampered with Birgfeld’s bones and lost recorded interviews with other suspects, and ...

Death Notices, April 27, 2016

By Staff

■ Beryl Hayes, 80, Fruita, died April 21, 2016, at the Fruita Care Center. She worked for Morrison-Knudson Engineering. Survivors include two daughters, Elizabeth Susan Hayes of Fruita, and Gillian Marjorie Alexandra Hayes of Mexico; ...

Blotter, April 27, 2016

By Staff

Man accused of stalking A 29-year-old Palisade man already on probation for the crime of stalking a victim appeared before a judge Tuesday, advised of felony stalking of the same victim and a family member. Tyler Jones was issued a $10,000 ...

Email letters, April 26, 2016

By Staff

Diverse businesses fear upheaval of boom/bust cycles Apparently the Rick Wagner groupthink didn’t get the article’s “lesson” about iron extraction in the Iron Range of Minnesota. The lesson? Diverse businesses fear ...


Drug expulsions plunge in District 51

By Katie Langford

Student expulsions in School District 51 have plummeted by more than 50 percent since 2014, and a 22-year-old high school football coach is a large part of the reason why. While Cody Roark loves his job as running-backs coach at Grand ...


Slackline professional

By Ann Wright

Watch Mickey Wilson, professional slackliner, perform at the GEAR UP Festival in Fruita.  ...

Anonymous benefactor steps up for Colorado wolf sanctuary

By The AP

FORT COLLINS — An anonymous benefactor has stepped in with a key donation for a northern Colorado sanctuary for displaced, abused and neglected captive wolves and wolf dogs. The Coloradoan reported Tuesday that the W.O.L.F. Sanctuary ...

Inmate hangs self after being removed from suicide watch

By The AP

DENVER — An inmate at a Denver-area jail hanged himself one day after being released from suicide watch. The Denver Post reports that authorities say 38-year-old William Soper was removed from life support Friday, five days after he was ...

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