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Sports Briefs, June 13, 2015

By Staff

Legion Baseball Gene Taylor’s wins 2 more at tourney The Gene Taylor’s American Legion baseball team won twice Saturday, advancing to the championship bracket of the Prep Baseball Report Centennial Games in Denver. Gene ...


Body recovered at northern Colorado reservoir

By The AP

FORT COLLINS — Authorities have recovered the body of a Highlands Ranch man who fell off a cliff while cliff diving at a northern Colorado reservoir. The Larimer County Sheriff’s Office says a group of people were cliff diving on ...


Man claims self-defense after shooting elk in national park

By The AP

BOULDER — A Colorado State University student says he killed an elk inside Rocky Mountain National Park in an act of self-defense. Park spokesman Kyle Patterson confirmed that Raphael Bresselsmith is under investigation for illegally ...


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Paint hangar’s opening means ‘greener’ valley

By Gary Harmon

The line already is forming at West Star Aviation for large private jets in need of the aeronautical equivalent of a makeover. West Star on Friday opened the doors to its new $8 million paint hangar. On Monday, the first jet will roll in for ...


Tipton supports fast-track, gives no other commitment

By Gary Harmon

U.S. Rep. Scott Tipton, R-Colo., voted Friday to give President Barack Obama fast-track trade authority, but warned that he wasn’t committing to support the Trans-Pacific Partnership that will eventually need congressional ...


Best burger 
competitors 
to square off 
at 2015 Jam

By Melinda Mawdsley

Celebrity chef David Chang and Budweiser are searching for the best burger, and the nationwide competition includes a stop at Country Jam, where festival attendees will have a chance to pick a winner. The winner of the Bud & Burgers ...


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As skies clear for weekend,
 some are knee deep in mud

By Amy Hamilton

Residents in the area of F and G roads between 34 and 35 roads were digging out from under layers of silty goop Friday after heavy, persistent rains overflowed culverts, swamping yards and fields and making islands out of some homes. Rebekah ...


16 chosen for committee to select school leader

By Staff

Montrose County School District has selected 16 applicants to participate in a committee that will help select the district’s next superintendent. The district is in the process of trying to find a replacement for Mark MacHale, who ...


Study: Colorado is No. 4 in revenue growth

By Charles Ashby

Colorado was fourth highest in the nation last year in terms of recovering tax revenues since the start of the Great Recession, according to a state-by-state study conducted by the Pew Charitable Trusts. But like Oregon, those revenues ...


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On the rehab trail

By Patti Arnold

Kyle Freeland’s first professional baseball season couldn’t have gone much better. He was the Colorado Rockies’ first-round draft pick in 2014, a dream for a kid who grew up in Denver, and dominated the Pioneer League for ...


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