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Fruita angles for leg
 in ‘Ride the Rockies’

By Gary Harmon

Fruita is making a bid to bring the 2,000 Ride the Rockies bicyclists through the town after they start the morning with a ride over Colorado National Monument. City officials on Monday pitched the idea that taking the riders through Fruita ...

Expert: Alzheimer’s beating shows disease’s unpredictability

By The AP

DENVER — Mental health experts say the case of an 87-year-old Alzheimer’s patient suspected of killing his roommate at an assisted living facility in suburban Denver is rare and shows the difficulty of caring for those with the ...

Buffalo cancer hospital doctor dies after skiing accident

By The AP

BUFFALO, N.Y. — The head of the leukemia section at Buffalo’s Roswell Park Cancer Institute has died from injuries suffered in a ski accident in Colorado earlier this month. Officials at Roswell Park say 60-year-old Dr. Meir ...

Back to square one

By The Daily Sentinel

Before Gov. John Hickenlooper’s special task force took final votes Tuesday on proposals for easing conflicts over oil and gas development, hydraulic fracturing opponents announced renewed efforts to ban the practice in ...

Printed Letters: Feb. 25, 2015

By Staff

Alternative viewpoints deserve to be heard The 10th Annual Energy Forum and Expo will be held this Friday, Feb. 27 at Two Rivers Convention Center. The event provides rich opportunities to visit with exhibitors to learn about varied nuances ...

Salesman, yes. Scientist? No.

By Claudette Konola

I admire a man with a good business plan. John Casey might be that man. With a background in engineering (Jacksonville State University) and a master’s degree in business, he has leveraged a cockamamie scientific theory, not supported by ...

House advances bill for economic panel

By Charles Ashby

The sponsors of a bill to create a working group to examine ways to boost the economies of hard-hit areas of the state say it isn’t just another legislative panel. The group they are proposing, which the House Business Affairs & ...


Foreclosure sales could be on Internet under bill

By Charles Ashby

Public trustees would be able to hold foreclosure sales on the Internet under a bill approved in a House committee on Tuesday. The measure, HB1142, came at the behest of the Denver Clerk and Recorder’s Office, who also acts as that ...

Murder warrant issued in Carbondale case

By Paul Shockley

An arrest warrant for first-degree murder has been issued for a Carbondale man in connection with his wife’s death. Arturo Navarrete-Portillo, 46, remains at St. Mary’s Hospital and won’t be taken into custody until ...

Helicopter spots men stranded on Uncompahgre

By Staff

It took a St. Mary’s CareFlight helicopter to locate two men stranded in the snowy wilderness of the Uncompahgre Plateau early Sunday morning, after the men adventured out in a pickup truck in the Divide Road area off of Co. Hw. ...

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