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Clifton man arrested after failed bank robbery

By Staff

A Clifton man was arrested Friday morning after he attempted to rob the Alpine Bank, 3243 I-70 Business Loop in Clifton. John Worsham, 49, of Clifton, was identified by the Mesa County Sheriff’s Office as the suspect who, while wearing ...

Colorado Springs to build apartment complex for the homeless

By The AP

COLORADO SPRINGS — A Colorado Springs nonprofit is planning to build a $14 million apartment complex for homeless people. The Gazette reports that the Springs Rescue Mission and Nor’wood Development Group on Thursday announced ...

5 Denver jail inmates hospitalized for drug overdoses

By The AP

DENVER — Authorities say five Denver jail inmates were hospitalized after overdosing on crack cocaine. Sheriff department spokesman Simon Crittle said investigators believe an inmate brought the drug into the downtown jail through an ...

Sharing affinity for Gordon Lightfoot with a customer

By Rock Cesario

I recently discovered that I have Gordon Lightfoot’s first 14 LPs in my collection. He released 20 albums over his 40-year career. There was a time in my late teens and early 20s when I listened to him on a regular basis. Just the other ...


‘James and the Giant Peach’ at CMU

By Ann Wright

Get ready to hum along with Old-Green-Grasshopper, Earthworm, Miss Spider, Ladybug, Centipede and James Henry Trotter. Performances of the musical adaptation of Roald Dahl’s beloved book, “James and the Giant Peach,” are set ...

Email Letters: September 23, 2016

By Staff

Gail Schwartz understands the importance of our public lands Jason Blevin’s article on public lands and Donald Trump Jr.’s fireside chat in Grand Junction certainly brought the issue of the future of public lands to the public. ...

Maroon Bells sees record visitation this summer

By The AP

ASPEN — U.S. Forest Service officials say staffing and transportation services have increased at the Maroon Bells in Aspen in response to this summer’s record crowds. The Aspen Times reports that officials are encouraging visitors ...

Purgatory Resort owners buys another Durango-area ski area

By The AP

DURANGO — The Hesperus Ski Area west of Durango has a new owner. The Durango Herald reports the sale of the ski area, which includes a lodge, rental shop and tubing hill, was announced Thursday. Durango businessman James Coleman bought ...

Teen arrested for Boulder County attack on 71-year-old woman

By The AP

BOULDER — Boulder County authorities have arrested a teen suspected of attacking and seriously injuring a 71-year-old woman who picked him up while he was hitchhiking. The Daily Camera reports the 16-year-old was taken into custody ...

Printed Letters: September 23, 2016

By Staff

Government keeps shutting things down It’s never going to stop. Government and radical environmentalists just keep shutting down activities and lands. And we keep letting them. It started with logging. As a result, Western forests are ...

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