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‘Say more’ Tweet out 140 characters and a photo. Yippee!

By Rachel Sauer

Big, big news, friends: As of Monday, you can devote all 140 characters of a tweet to absolute, raving gibberish and still attach a photo! Yes! Per the official @twitter account: “Say more about what’s happening! Rolling out now: ...

Don’t fall for the autumnbots

By Steve Beauregard

The other night I saw one of those creepy anti-drug commercials. A scary-looking addict sat in a bathroom stall, scratching her scabs: “Don’t try meth. Not even once,” she cried, warning us about the dangerous addictive ...


GYM: Modified progressive push-up

By Staff

Modified progressive push-up Start in a prone position with your hands close to your shoulders so that your hands are just underneath the shoulders. Bend your knees to 90 degrees. Focus on maintaining a neutral spine by engaging your ...


You Saw It, Sept. 22

By Staff

The List: Sports 
Tim Tebow should try next

By Staff

Tim Tebow should try next: 1 Curling.     2 Hockey.     3 Steeplechase.     4 Polo.     5 Street lüge.     6 Synchronized swimming.   7 Rhythmic ...


Quick Picks: Mexican Heritage Day; Colorado West Marching Band Festival; and EntreFlemenco Sante Fe

By Ann Wright

Saturday, Sept. 24 Run for the fort Spend part of your Saturday at Fort Uncompahgre in Delta as it celebrates Mexican Heritage Day. The fort, which is on the Old Spanish Trail and operated from 1829 to 1844, will offer 19th century ...

Chinese nationals arrested for illegal pot grow near Rifle

By Dennis Webb

Authorities have arrested 14 Chinese nationals in connection with an alleged illegal pot grow involving more than 3,000 plants east of Rifle. Authorities are investigating whether human trafficking involving forced labor was involved in the ...


Enjoy the Fruita Fall Festival

By Tammy Gemaehlich

Fruita Fall Festival, the annual Lower Valley celebration of the harvest, will bring upward of 50,000 people to Fruita this weekend, offering three days of food, arts, crafts and fun. More than 125 vendors will set up shop Friday through ...

Aurora high school football players to kneel during anthem

By The AP

AURORA — A group of Aurora high school football players have chosen not to stand during the national anthem. The Denver Post reports that in a move mimicking that of 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick the group of Aurora Central players ...

Interior Department touts efforts to protect sage grouse

By The AP

DENVER — Interior Secretary Sally Jewell is in Colorado to tout efforts to save the greater sage grouse across the West one year after the federal government decided not invoke the Endangered Species Act to protect the rare bird. Jewell ...

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