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Man sues Oprah over trail access in Colorado

By The AP

DENVER — A man who lives near Oprah Winfrey’s new property above Telluride, Colorado, is suing her for allegedly blocking access to hiking trails open to neighbors for decades. Retired physicist Charles D. Goodman claims ...


Say it in chalk

By Melinda Mawdsley

Jimi Hendrix, arguably the greatest guitar player ever, was recently at the intersection of Sixth and Main streets. Artist James Rosales drew a portrait of Hendrix on Saturday, May 10, at the corner as part of a chalk art demonstration during ...

Denver police shoot man in custody who fired shot

By The AP

DENVER — Denver police are trying to determine how a prisoner who was in custody got a gun and opened fire on a police officer while being taken to a district police station. Another police officer returned fire, wounding the suspect, ...

Ex-Colorado sheriff who failed drug tests in court

By The AP

DENVER — A judge is expected to decide whether to revoke probation for a former Arapahoe County sheriff convicted in a meth-for-sex case after authorities said he tested positive for drugs and alcohol. Patrick Sullivan is due in court ...

Airport clear of Justice Department, but probe continues

By The Daily Sentinel

After an FBI raid cast a pall over operations at the Grand Junction Regional Airport last fall, the airport board tightened controls and cleaned up its mess sufficiently enough for federal authorities to pronounce, in binding fashion, that it ...

Printed Letters: May 15, 2014

By Staff

Social Security fund raided, COLAs ‘downright pitiful’ Our government now calls Social Security an entitlement — as though “benevolent” politicians see us as a charitable cause. What they now give out in the form ...

Historic emissions reduction touted

By Dennis Webb

RIFLE — State regulators on Wednesday touted the protections new oil and gas development rules provide to the public and environment, despite the challenges they pose to industry. New controls adopted by the Air Quality Control ...


The Pit crew

By Allen Gemaehlich

A group of Hawaiian Colorado Mesa students showed up for the first home baseball game of the season with a drum, cheering and heckling, and they’ve been there for every home game since. The students, who call themselves “The ...


Tipton makes regulation a pocketbook issue

By Dennis Webb

RIFLE — Overregulation of the energy industry is “creating income disparity in this country,” U.S. Rep. Scott Tipton said Wednesday. Speaking at the Energy & Environment Symposium, hosted by Garfield County and Colorado ...

Briefs, May 15, 2014

By Staff

Museum to lead D-Day anniversary trip The Museum of Western Colorado will lead a trip to Normandy, France this year, marking the 70th anniversary of the D-Day invasion. The tour will include several days of city tours, as well as time for ...

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