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Carbondale woman dead, hospitalized spouse is suspect

By Dennis Webb

A Carbondale woman is dead and her husband is seriously injured after he allegedly stabbed her and his vehicle later collided with a truck. Carbondale police said in a news release that the man told a flight crew of the murder while being ...

Rustler’s Loop photo

Advanced biking tips: steep rollers, drops, rock gardens and switchbacks

By Julie Norman

Mastering various bike skills takes time and patience, and sometimes even a little blood.  Hopefully our tips and the videos we’ve linked will help you advance your own skills without leaving too much skin on the trails. Below ...


Cops seek more cash in probe of slaying

By Paul Shockley

The Fruita Police Department tonight will ask the Fruita City Council for extra funding to keep tabs on a hospitalized man who’s suspected of killing his wife last month during a domestic violence incident. A resolution to be considered ...


Can we avoid bruin trouble?

By Gary Harmon

Wildlife officials are hoping to get their bearings on bears living in rough territory of the Bookcliffs and lands to the north. Colorado Parks and Wildlife will conduct meetings tonight in Grand Junction and on Wednesday in Rangely asking ...

Colorado considers limit on open-space land seizures

By The AP

DENVER — A lengthy court battle over government seizures of private land for open space has inspired a bill up for its first vote Tuesday in the state Legislature. The bill would prevent counties from using eminent domain laws to seize ...

Colorado oil, gas regulators to discuss flooding rules

By The AP

DENVER — Colorado regulators are holding a public meeting on proposed new rules to keep oil and gas wells safer after the 2013 Front Range flood was blamed for spills. The Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission staff will meet ...

Prevailing local attitudes regarding public lands not shared throughout the state or region

By Jim Spehar

“It’s not what you know you know, it’s not even what you know you don’t know, it’s what you don’t know you don’t know that is dangerous.” – Former Secretary of Defense Donald ...

Run-up to testing 
validates concerns

By The Daily Sentinel

Mounting opposition to state testing requirements presents a troubling dilemma for lawmakers and educators across the state. PARCC — the Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers — was supposed to cure ...

Printed Letters: Feb. 17, 2015

By Staff

North Fork will always look to protect water This is regarding the editorial “Missing the obvious,” with economic stimulus being the obvious. What to me seems obvious but is unstated, is that if ranchers or others have to depend on ...

Report shows coal’s big role in northwest Colorado

By Dennis Webb

Coal is a small part of Colorado’s economy as a whole, but nearly half of the statewide industry is based in far northwest Colorado, where it helps boost average household income higher than the average for the state as a whole. Those ...

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