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Organizer cancels Boulder Marathon, citing floods

By The AP

BOULDER — Organizers are blaming last year’s floods and recent deaths in the running community for their decision to cancel the annual Boulder Marathon. The Daily Camera ( ) reports Saturday that the sudden ...

CBI plans move to bigger, better forensics lab

By The AP

ARVADA — The Colorado Bureau of Investigation is moving its forensic lab to a bigger building to accommodate a rising demand for DNA analysis. The Denver Post ( ) reports Saturday that CBI will move into industrial ...

Senate candidate Cory Gardner slams Obama

By The AP

DENVER — U.S. Rep. Cory Gardner, locked in a tight challenge to Democratic Senator Mark Udall, gave the Republican Party’s national radio address Saturday, slamming President Obama and Senate Democrats for delaying the construction ...


Girl helping Third World families get clean water

By Emily Shockley

When her pen pal in Kenya told her last year she walked 550 yards once or twice a day to get water, 11-year-old Jennifer Stuckenschneider of Grand Junction sold some of her art to get water pumped to her friend’s house. This year, ...

Tipton bills target fuels, 
forest health

By Gary Harmon

Measures aimed at improving forest health and broadening the nation’s energy portfolio are awaiting action in the U.S. Senate after House passage. The measures by U.S. Rep. Scott Tipton, R-Colo., were folded into other measures approved ...

Don’t forget agriculture in water talks, speakers say

By Gary Harmon

Western Slope agriculture should have the same heft in water discussions as diverters to the east and populous states to the south, the head of a Grand Valley water agency said Friday. “Western Slope agriculture and Western Slope water ...


Voting mailer targets pets, deceased

By Duffy Hayes

Getting people to register to vote is a worthy effort, but prodding pets and dead people to similarly sign up for the next election is, well, impossible. That hasn’t stopped the group Conservation Colorado Education Fund from sending ...


Williams running as Democrat against McInnis

By Emily Shockley

Grand Junction attorney Mark Williams says he’s running as a Democrat against Republican Scott McInnis for the District 2 seat on the Board of Mesa County Commissioners in large part because he doesn’t trust his opponent and wanted ...


Delta dominates Sailors

By Matt Meyer

DELTA — First, the Delta High School football team stopped Steamboat Springs’ passing attack, snagging an interception on the opening play Friday night. Then, the Panthers spent the rest of the game stopping the run, holding the ...

Fruita’s Harris, No. 2 doubles team advance at tournament

By Staff

Fruita Monument won at least one match in each flight during the first two rounds of the Pueblo South Invitational boys tennis tournament Friday. No. 1 singles player Matt Harris and the No. 2 doubles team of James Stagg and Colton Reimer ...

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