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Briefs, April 22, 2016

By Staff

Avalon donors to be celebrated tonight As an appreciation to donors, the Avalon Theatre Foundation will host an open house for the dedication of the permanent donor wall at the Avalon Theatre, 645 Main St. The event will be from 5 to 7 ...


Hatchet murder conviction is upheld

By Gabrielle Porter

Colorado’s Court of Appeals upheld the conviction of a Rangely man who in 2011 was sentenced to life in prison without parole for the hatchet murder of his father. The court’s decision also upholds the sentencing for Jerry D. ...

State officials will promote industry funds

By Staff

Amid all the recent talk of a slumping local economy, and calls for Colorado to diversify the kinds of industries it has driving the state’s economy, state economic development officials are headed to town next week on a tour touting ...

Drillers may have to reveal plans

By Charles Ashby

Local governments would be allowed to ask oil and gas operators working in their jurisdictions what their long-range plans are when it comes to drilling, under a bill that narrowly cleared the Colorado House on Thursday. While the 34 ...

Blotter: April 22, 2016

By Staff

Task force arrests two The Two Rivers Drug Enforcement Team was involved with two drug-related arrests, including one April 12 in Garfield County and another April 14 in Glenwood Springs, according to an organization release. The ...

Getting It Right, April 22, 2016

By Staff

A item in the Biz Briefcase section of Thursday’s paper, on page 11A, should have said that Alpine Bank and the Colorado Bureau of Investigation are hosting a free community shred event from 8 a.m. to 11 a.m. on Saturday, April 23, at ...

JUCO to decide Schilling’s fate tomorrow

By Dale Shrull

With the Alpine Bank Junior College World Series a little more than a month away, the focus has suddenly been shifted away from baseball. This year’s JUCO banquet speaker, Curt Schilling, has now grabbed the spotlight from the ...


Dress it up —Vinaigrettes as easy as 1,2,3

By Suzanne Hanzl

I grew up in a household with nonnegotiables, aka chores. We had a small, functioning farm in the country that required full participation from each of us, or at least that is how my mom explained it, so chores were delegated accordingly. On ...

Environmental groups sue over Four Corners power plant, mine

By The AP

FARMINGTON, N.M. — Environmental groups are suing the federal government over its decision to extend operations at the coal-fired Four Corners Power Plant and the Navajo Mine in northwestern New Mexico. The suit against the U.S. ...

Publicist: Pop superstar Prince dies at his Minnesota home

By The AP

CHANHASSEN, Minn. — Pop superstar Prince, who was widely acclaimed as one of the most inventive musicians of his era, was found dead at his home on Thursday in suburban Minneapolis, according to his publicist. His publicist, Yvette ...

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