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Lines West, May 13

By Staff

To the Thinker Asking Why Every time you say that word, I can’t help but notice the way your lips gather into the shape of a kiss. As if to question the world is just another way of making love to everything we do not ...


Energy industry sues over grouse plans

By Dennis Webb

Oil and gas industry groups on Thursday sued federal agencies over revisions to land management plans in Colorado and other western states to protect the greater sage-grouse. The Western Energy Alliance and the North Dakota Petroleum Council ...


CMU football player drowns in the Potholes on Glade Park

By Staff

UPDATE: The Mesa County Coroner’s Office confirmed today that the 20-year-old man who was pulled from the Potholes on Glade Park Wednesday evening was Austin Worbington, of Peyton. Worbington was a freshman member of the Colorado Mesa ...


EPA finalizes oil-and-gas methane rules

By Dennis Webb

The Environmental Protection Agency today finalized rules targeting methane emissions from new and modified oil and gas operations, as the federal government continues efforts to nationalize the kind of methane-control efforts undertaken by ...


Email letters, May 12, 2016

By Staff

Guest opinion attacking ColoradoCare displayed alarming disregard for truth Sunday’s guest opinion by Matthew Glans, attacking the proposed ColoradoCare Amendment #69, displayed an alarming disregard for truth and/or facts. The ...


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DA opposes request to move murder trial out of Mesa County

By Gabrielle Porter

Prosecutors have challenged a request to move Lester Jones’ murder trial out of the county, claiming that media coverage around his 2014 arrest in connection with the murder of Paige Birgfeld wasn’t inflammatory or slanted enough ...


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Cremains of family’s loved one may actually be kitty litter

By Erin McIntyre

RELATED STORY: ‘Not At Rest’ All these years, Ann Szocinski thought her son’s remains were sitting in a box, on top of a cabinet, at her home in Hotchkiss. But now she wonders what was in that carved pine box. The family ...


Oil and gas groups challenge sage-grouse plans

By Dennis Webb

Oil and gas industry groups today sued federal agencies over revisions to land management plans in Colorado and other western states to protect the greater sage-grouse. The Western Energy Alliance and the North Dakota Petroleum Council filed ...


Greeley police kill robbery suspect after chase

By The AP

GREELEY — A robbery suspect is dead after being shot by Greeley police after allegedly trying to run over officers and steal a vehicle at gunpoint. Police began pursuing him Wednesday night after a woman said he held two of her friends ...


Judge rules Colorado clinic shooting mentally incompetent

By The AP

COLORADO SPRINGS — A man who acknowledges killing three people at a Colorado Planned Parenthood clinic said he did not want to be declared incompetent because he feared being forcibly medicated. But that could happen when Robert Dear ...


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