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Share what you know: Every hunt has a story

By Staff

The paint is still wet on the first day of summer, and already it’s time to think about the fall hunt. With less than six weeks before the opening day of archery season, it’s also time for you to think about all of those ...


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There’s one nuisance you can do something about

By Dave Buchanan

If the hot weather finally has convinced you to take the boat out of storage and get out on the water, don’t forget that Aquatic Invasive Species inspection. We’re not talking about the pesky brother-in-law who drinks all your ...


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Hey, move over

By Dave Buchanan

If you are planning on camping over the Fourth of July weekend, don’t plan to spend a lot of time looking for an open campsite at most state parks. Because there aren’t any. At least, officially there aren’t any, and ...


Three tabbed for Parks and Wildlife Commission

By Dave Buchanan

Gov. John Hickenlooper appointed two new members to the Colorado Parks and Wildlife Commission and reappointed a current member Wednesday. Dale Pizel, of Creed, and Alexander Zipp, of Pueblo, are first-term members to the commission, and Yuma ...


DA: Man tied to 20-year-old sex assault in Denver

By The AP

DENVER — Prosecutors say a man who was arrested in Texas on drug charges has been connected by DNA evidence to a 20-year-old sex assault case in Denver. The Denver District Attorney’s Office says 56-year-old Donald R. Shores has ...


DA: Colorado Springs officer justified in shooting

By The AP

COLORADO SPRINGS — Prosecutors say a police officer was justified when she shot and wounded a man at a Colorado Springs home. The District Attorney’s Office ruled Friday that officer Allison Detwiler’s decision to shoot ...


ESA protection sought for wild horses in West

By The AP

RENO, Nev. — Despite overall numbers in the tens of thousands, mustang advocates say the wild horse is on the verge of extinction in North America. They say the icon of the American West deserves protection under the Endangered Species ...


Matzek impresses in Rockies’ 3-2 loss to Brewers

By The AP

MILWAUKEE — Rookie Tyler Matzek gave the Colorado Rockies a chance to win — and a glimpse of a promising future. Ryan Braun was hit by a pitch in the seventh inning that scored a run and had an RBI single in the ninth, lifting the ...


700-acre wildfire near Canon City grows

By The AP

CANON CITY — A wildfire sparked by lightning on Monday near Canon City has grown to about 700 acres, prompting requests for more firefighters and a pre-evacuation notice. The Eightmile Fire grew to about a square mile Friday from 60 ...


Activists fly blimp over Utah NSA data center

By The AP

SALT LAKE CITY — Activist groups have taken to the sky above the National Security Agency’s massive Utah data center to protest operations there. The team took flight early Friday morning. The groups include digital watchdog ...


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