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Spilled beer mash causes crash in southwest Colorado

By The AP

DURANGO — Investigators say beer was a factor in a rollover crash in southwest Colorado, but drunken-driving was not to blame. Capt. Adrian Driscoll with the Colorado State Patrol says a pickup crashed after sliding on a pile of beer ...

Colorado police ask for two-year hold on new pot laws

By The AP

DENVER — Colorado’s top prosecutors and police officials say the state’s regulation of marijuana seems “to change on a daily basis” and are calling for a two-year moratorium on new pot laws to give officers time ...

Colorado rafter spending at record levels in 2015

By The AP

DENVER — A new report shows that commercial rafting remained a strong economic driver in Colorado last year, generating a new record of $162.6 million for the state. The Denver Post reports the Colorado River Outfitters Association says ...

Heads I win, tails you lose

By Greg Walcher

In April the U.S. Senate passed the first comprehensive energy policy bill in nearly a decade, and will now try to negotiate a compromise with a similar House bill passed earlier. One section was of particular interest to people concerned ...

Start with a dog park to revive Burkey Park

By The Daily Sentinel

The middle section of the popular dog park at Canyon View Park has been closed since late last summer in an attempt to regrow grass. The closure means that dogs of all sizes share the same space off the leash, which makes some dog owners ...


Student drowns at potholes

By Gabrielle Porter

The potholes on Glade Park, where a 20-year-old Colorado Mesa University student drowned Wednesday evening, are currently swollen with chilly water from spring snow melt and extremely dangerous for swimmers, said a Bureau of Land Management ...


Ending the skid?

By Jon Mitchell

Delta High School’s baseball team has gone a long time in between postseason victories. The Panthers’ last postseason victory was a 1-0 win over Thomas Jefferson in 2013. All total, the Panthers have won just two postseason games ...


A Maverick blowout

By Patti Arnold

It started innocently enough, with a leadoff walk and a two-out bloop double. After that, the team that’s made its season on winning close games decided it was time for a blowout. “This team has become comfortable in (close ...

Tiger Invitational is final chance for athletes to post state-qualiyfing marks

By Staff

The Tiger Invitational wraps up the regular season of track and field for most Western Slope teams, and is the final chance for many athletes to post their personal best marks before state. Athletes will use today as the final chance to claim ...

State tennis quarterfinals unkind to area players

By Staff

DENVER — Sarah Fleming was not at all fazed by the moment. The Class 5A state tennis tournament at Gates Tennis Center can fluster even the most seasoned players and when you throw in the fact you have a match against one of the ...

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