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Williams Brothers Band has two big events on tap in Grand Valley

By Melinda Mawdsley

Nearly six years have passed since The Williams Brothers Band recorded an album, prompting James Williams to put together two events to change that. The first show, which will be the primary recording for The Williams Brothers Band’s ...

Lines West: ‘I Come From My Dance Studio’

By Staff

I Come From 
My Dance Studio I come from the Kansas plains. I come from sizzling hot to winter cold. I come from boring plains. I come from a hard-working mom and dad. I come from a family that goes to Telluride a lot. I come ...

Colorado, Utah move to hike smoking age to 21

By The AP

DENVER — Two Western states with some of the nation’s lowest smoking rates are considering cracking down even more by raising the tobacco age to 21. Utah and Colorado lawmakers both voted favorably on proposals Thursday to treat ...

No injuries after small explosions rock apartments

By The AP

LAKEWOOD — Residents of a Lakewood apartment complex have been allowed to return to their homes after a series of small explosions rocked their building. West Metro Fire Rescue spokesman Gary Armstrong says a resident reported a gas ...


Grinding out a win

By Tim Harty

DENVER — Ty Taylor can laugh about it because he knows what he is: a grinder. He’s not flashy. He doesn’t record many technical falls or pins. What Fruita Monument’s 182-pound junior ultimately does is win, like he ...


1st impression

By Dale Shrull

DENVER — The lights were bright, the crowd was big and the nerves were jumping. But Delta’s Cordell Stroud had a victorious and memorable debut Thursday at the Class 4A state wrestling tournament. Wrestling at 182 pounds, Stroud ...


Simianer one of 8 Paonia wrestlers to advance in Class 2A

By Tim Harty

DENVER — Joel Simianer was like a lot of his Paonia High School teammates Thursday, winning his first-round match at the Class 2A state wrestling tournament. He was unlike most of the Eagles’ eight pinfall winners, however, in ...

Olathe’s Shank, Piatt start quest for 3A state crowns

By Staff

DENVER — For a couple of Olathe High School wrestlers, they’ve been here before. But they haven’t quite gotten to where they want to be. Trenton Piatt and Austin Shank hope that all changes this weekend at the Colorado state ...


Deliberate ‘Dogs

By Matt Meyer

After scoring the first point of the game Thursday, the fifth-seeded Palisade High School boys basketball team trailed No. 4 Steamboat Springs until midway through the third quarter in a quarterfinal game of the Class 4A Western ...


Mesa men stay in front at RMAC swim championships

By Allen Gemaehlich

Justin Hastings and the Colorado Mesa men’s 200-yard freestyle relay team hoped to clock an automatic national-qualifying time. They settled for first place in the RMAC swimming & diving championships on Thursday evening at El Pomar ...

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