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Western Slope experts headline at Fly Fishing Show

By Dave Buchanan

Western Slope anglers who are headed to The Fly Fishing Show from Friday through Sunday at the Denver Mart will see a lot of familiar names and faces. Some of the most popular features of the show are the hands-on classes in casting and ...


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TRACKING THROUGH THE SNOW

By Dave Buchanan

A snowstorm covers your tracks but reveals others. How else would a watcher know a bull elk spent his New Year’s Eve sneaking out of the deep timber above Island Lake and heading downcountry to the aspen and oakbrush hills above ...


21 people charged in protest at Utah oil sands operation

By The AP

VERNAL, Utah — Twenty-one people have been charged in a July protest at an eastern Utah oil sands operation. Uintah County prosecutors charged six protesters on Friday with felony rioting and misdemeanor interference with an arresting ...


Hazardous snow conditions on Colorado plains

By The AP

DENVER — Blowing and drifting snow is moving across the northeast Colorado plains. The National Weather Service said Saturday visibility will drop as the wind picks up, causing whiteout conditions. Snow along the Eastern Plains is ...


Ficus tree’s overgrowth can be cut back easily

By Dennis Hill

I have a ficus tree that I have had about four years. Even though we have vaulted ceilings, it is getting a bit out of hand. Can a ficus tree be pruned, and, if so, when is a good time? — Janice Pruning a ficus is really pretty easy. ...


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Rise in ‘Eggses!’ prices will be worth it

By Erin McIntyre

“A box without hinges, key, or lid, yet golden treasure inside is hid.” With apologies to “The Hobbit,” of course, the answer is “Eggses! Wet, crunchy little eggses!” as Gollum answers the riddle. Golden ...


County to adopt self-insurance plan documents

By Emily Shockley

Mesa County commissioners plan to adopt four documents critical to the county’s 2015 self-insurance plan at their weekly administrative meeting Monday — five days into the new year, but not too late to keep insured employees ...


Mesa County judge misapplied law on surcharge, appeals court rules

By Paul Shockley

A Mesa County judge didn’t understand his authority concerning a fine in a felony drug case, the Colorado Court of Appeals ruled this week. Cora Archuleta-Ferales was sentenced by District Judge Thomas Deister to serve eight years in ...


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Buzzer beater

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Colorado Christian tied Friday night’s RMAC men’s basketball game with eight seconds left. Julian Vasquez made sure Colorado Mesa would not work overtime. The 23-year-old junior guard faked a drive, pulled up and drained a jumper ...


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An ugly victory

By Patti Arnold

Survive the first game of the new year and then see where you are. That was the discussion Friday before Colorado Mesa’s women’s basketball team faced Colorado Christian. The Mavericks (9-2, 6-1 RMAC) survived a typically ugly ...


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