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Blotter, April 30, 2015

By Staff

Police: Teen tells tall tale A 19-year-old Tennessee man is accused of false reporting after allegedly leading police to search for a robbery suspect who doesn’t exist. According to a summons for Kirsh Duncombe, he told police on ...


Lawsuit challenging BLM fracking rules
is not a state effort

By Dennis Webb

RIFLE — Gov. John Hickenlooper and his administration are not supporting state Attorney General Cynthia Coffman’s decision to join a lawsuit challenging the federal Bureau of Land Management’s new rules governing hydraulic ...


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InFocus: Edesia

By Staff

The fifth annual Edesia: A Palisade Culinary, Wine & Spirits Adventure was March 29 at the Wine Country Inn in Palisade. Hundreds attended the event, which included a VIP luncheon and demonstrations by chefs. Edesia is a fundraiser for ...


Ben Affleck’s ugly family tree 
has nothing on my genealogy

By Steve Beauregard

Ben Affleck is embarrassed. Research has discovered that his ancestors owned slaves. This was discovered by producers working on a documentary called “Finding Your Roots,” on PBS, which, thankfully, gets most of its funding from ...


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You Saw It, April 30

By Staff

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G.Y.M. Spider-Man Push Up

By Staff

Spider-Man Push Up Start in the high plank (push up) position. As you lower your body toward the floor, simultaneously lift your right foot off of the floor and bring your right knee out and toward your elbow. As you push your body back to ...


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Say, 
nice 
hat: Baseball caps speak language all their owner

By Rachel Sauer

Ladies and gentlemen, it’s hat season, that time of year when hats are worn not just of necessity (see: hypothermia, prevention of) but because they’re great. And they so handily keep the sun off! Saturday’s Kentucky Derby ...


Tax-friendly bill clears first hurdle

By Charles Ashby

DENVER — A bill to help economically lagging areas of the state such as the Grand Valley cleared a Senate committee on its first hearing on Wednesday. The measure, tailored after a new program started in New York last year, would create ...


Biz Buzz, April 30, 2015

By Staff

The name of the restaurant is Sergio’s. Biz Buzz alerted readers last fall that the bistro was preparing to move to a new location with extra room. More space was needed to accommodate its fast-growing clientele. The eatery simply ...


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CMU adds sand volleyball

By Patti Arnold

Colorado Mesa’s 24th NCAA sport, women’s sand volleyball, will begin playing in the spring of 2016.  ...


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