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Exec backs off closing home for GJ disabled

By Charles Ashby

DENVER — At the same time the head of the Colorado Department of Human Services was telling families of residents at the Grand Junction Regional Center on Friday he isn’t recommending closing that facility, members of his staff ...


Attorneys debate murder confessions at St. Mary’s

By Dennis Webb

Defense attorneys and prosecutors Monday differed on whether a Carbondale man was properly advised of his rights before allegedly confessing at St. Mary’s Hospital in the murder of his wife last year. Ninth Judicial District Court Judge ...


Officer shot, suspect killed in Denver burglary, shootout

By The AP

DENVER — Police in Denver say a suspect was killed and an officer shot while responding to reports of a burglary. Police spokesman Doug Schepman says the female officer was hit in the foot and is expected to recover after the Monday ...


Jury deliberating fate of woman who cut baby from womb

By The AP

BOULDER — The statements and actions of a woman who cut an unborn baby from another’s womb show she acted with the cool intent of an attempted murderer, prosecutors said, while the defense said that same evidence proves she was in ...


Road Trip: Make plans for March 10-16

By Staff

Here are some events coming to Colorado and Utah: ■ Keller Williams and more — Belly Up, Aspen, March 10. ■ GoldFish — Belly Up, Aspen, March 11. ■ Trout Steak Revival — Fox Theatre, Boulder, March ...


Email letters, February 22, 2016

By Staff

Urge elected officials to stand-up for our heritage by celebrating public lands Republicans Ronald Reagan and Theodore “Teddy” Roosevelt shared a common love for America’s public lands and celebrated our lands by preserving ...


Schools in Ellicott closed because of threat of violence

By The AP

ELLICOTT — Schools in a small district east of Colorado Springs are closed because of what officials are calling a “threat of significant violence.” Ellicott School District 22 posted notices of Monday’s closure on its ...


Utah man mistakenly kills son while target shooting

By The AP

SNOWVILLE, Utah — Authorities in Box Elder County say a man accidentally shot and killed his adult son while the two were target shooting. Chief Deputy Sheriff Dale Ward says the incident happened around 4 p.m. Saturday in a remote area ...


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Drainage fees could expand over entire valley

By Gary Harmon

The Mesa County-wide drainage authority has taken a halting step toward establishing a stormwater sewer fee for all of the Grand Valley, at least $3 per month for every home between Garfield and Delta counties. The 5-2-1 Drainage Authority ...


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Student of the week, Feb. 22, 2016

By Staff

GPA: 4.224 After-school activities: Playing the viola, violin and piano; performing in several musicals and plays; learning to play the trumpet and the guitar; volunteering with the National Honor Society; varsity swim team; varsity tennis ...


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