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Minor scrapes in cat fights can lead to serious issues

By Charlé Thibodeau

Prior to my move to town this past summer, I had lived “in the country” for eight years. For my two old felines, life forever changed with the relocation. Returning to a more densely populated area created two disgruntled cats ...


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Crum details a dazzling nighttime display in new book

By Laurena Mayne Davis

Tonight and Monday night mark the peak of this year’s Leonid meteor shower. Every mid-November, bits no larger than a grain of sand blaze against the night sky as the Earth passes through the orbit of comet Tempel-
Tuttle, and the ...


Book notes, Nov. 16, 2014

By Ann Wright

Poets, art, music converge at Food for Thought event The Food for Thought program at Mount Garfield Middle School and the Western Colorado Writers’ Forum will co-sponsor an evening of poetry, art, music and learning called ...


Cooking stove used to heat home eyed in Clifton fire

By Staff

The Clifton Fire Department says a cooking stove, which was apparently being used to heat up a home on 32 Road, is suspected of causing an overnight fire. Firefighters were called at 1:10 a.m. on a report of smoke and fire coming from a ...


Another round of snow for Colorado

By The AP

DENVER — Areas of southern Colorado are expecting up to a foot of new snow as another storm moved through Colorado on Saturday. A winter storm warning has been issued for northern, central and southern mountain areas west of Vail ...


Wounded Aurora police officer expected to survive

By The AP

AURORA — A Denver-area police officer is in serious but stable condition after being shot while making a traffic stop. Aurora police were still searching Saturday morning for the person who shot the officer. According to KUSA-TV ...


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Seizing the momentum

By Patti Arnold

Just keep the ball in play. That’s kind of the idea when you play back row in volleyball; whatever it takes to dig the ball. Dive on the floor, lunge after the ball. Somersault. Sacrifice your body. Or, in the case of Colorado ...


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Palisade’s football future looks bright

By Dale Shrull

Easton Woods wandered onto the deserted Stocker Stadium field. The Palisade senior, still wearing his No. 33 jersey, stood alone at the 35-yard line, soaking in the memory of his final game wearing the maroon, black and white. It was a ...


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Eagles too much

By Dale Shrull

This team wasn’t supposed to go this far. It wasn’t supposed to battle for a conference title. This was supposed to be a rebuilding season. But Palisade High School football is built on tradition, toughness and pride. Friday ...


Mesa hoops teams both win openers

By Staff

The opening game of the basketball season is always a crap shoot. “We practiced all week against Princeton (offense) because that’s what they ran all last year,” Colorado Mesa men’s basketball coach Andy Shantz said. ...


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