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Police rule Thornton house explosion a suicide

By The AP

THORNTON — Thornton authorities say a June house explosion was an act of suicide. The Thornton Police and Fire investigation announced Thursday that 59-year-old Gary Lee Pine detached the natural gas line to the furnace. His action ...


Denver homicide suspect who ate pot due in court

By The AP

DENVER — A man whose wife told Denver 911 dispatchers he ate marijuana-infused candy before he fatally shot her is expected in court. A preliminary hearing is scheduled Friday for 48-year-old Richard Kirk, who is charged with ...


Colorado State Fair opens with divisive sideshow

By The AP

PUEBLO — The Colorado State Fair opens Friday — with a carnival sideshow that has been shut down in one Colorado county after parents complained. The Fair in Pueblo plans to again include a sideshow claiming to feature the ...


Printed Letters: Aug. 22, 2014

By Staff

One-party government has negative outcomes A one-party state often fails because of corruption, lack of accountability, cronyism, self-dealing, lack of ethics, inefficiency, arrogance and inflexibility. A one-party government helped to bring ...


The tide has turned for Democrats

By Josh Penry

The story of Colorado’s evolution from center-right battleground to a place that Democrats now largely control is a familiar one. Ten years ago, Colorado had a Republican governor and two Republicans in the United States Senate. Today, ...


Congrats on a solid public-sector career

By The Daily Sentinel

Bernie Buescher’s fish-out-of-water political narrative is full of narrow losses. One wonders how things might have played out had he applied the political calculus of a party switch early on in his career as an elected ...


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Bulldogs’ tenacity

By Tim Harty

Palisade sophomore Jessica Bellmire started the Game 4 rally with an ace, one of seven she’d finish the night with Thursday. And four serves later, she delivered another ace, a hard serve that glanced off a Grand Junction player in the ...


GJ Rockies cruise past Idaho Falls

By Staff

The Grand Junction Rockies hammered Idaho Falls 18-8 on Thursday in the first seven-inning game of a Pioneer League doubleheader before the second game was suspended because of rain. It is the third rainout of the series. The suspended game, ...


Grand Valley BMX hosts state finals this weekend

By Staff

Numerous local BMX riders sit in the top 10 of their classes as Grand Valley BMX prepares to host the Colorado State BMX Championship Finals. The three-day event, which Grand Valley BMX has hosted for seven consecutive years, begins at 7:30 ...


Grand Valley BMX hosts state finals this weekend

By Staff

Numerous local BMX riders sit in the top 10 of their classes as Grand Valley BMX prepares to host the Colorado State BMX Championship Finals. The three-day event, which Grand Valley BMX has hosted for seven consecutive years, begins at 7:30 ...


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