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Officials to decide on bear-proof plan in Aspen wilderness

By The AP

ASPEN — The U.S. Forest Service is considering a proposal that would require backpackers to use bear-resistant food and garbage containers in the Maroon Bells-Snowmass Wilderness over the next five years. The Aspen Times reports that ...


The steep challenge to stop fossil thieves

By The Daily Sentinel

Blood diamonds, ivory from African elephants and Native American artifacts have all been part of well-publicized campaigns to help would-be consumers understand that buying these illicit items comes at a heavy cost to their communities of ...


Printed Letters: Dec. 2, 2015

By Staff

D51 superintendent’s judgment in question Every time the public learns more about the cozy relationship between District 51 administration and Dan Dougherty, the public becomes more outraged. As someone with grandchildren in D51 and a ...


Lone wolf terrorism in Colorado

By Claudette Konola

On June 27, 2015, the National Security Critical Issue Task Force of the Security Studies Program at Georgetown University issued a report titled “Lone Wolf Terrorism.” The report was based upon a review of data and interviews ...


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Secret filings permeate Blagg retrial

By Paul Shockley

Public access is being denied to at least a half-dozen motions, or other documents, filed by prosecutors and public defenders for accused killer Michael Blagg. A motion filed by Blagg’s defense seeking to move Blagg’s retrial out ...


Prep girls basketball score, Dec. 1, 2015

By Staff

Fruita Monument 52, Grand County 11 Tuesday at Grand County High School, Moab, Utah Fruita Monument 14 12 18 8 — 52 Grand County 1 0 4 6 — 11 Fruita Monument — Angelique Gall 22, Riley Snyder 10, Alexis Prall 5, Sitori ...


Prep boys basketball scores, Dec. 1, 2015

By Staff

Fruita Monument 46, Battle Mountain 35 Tuesday at Fruita Monument High School Battle Mountain 7 10 12 6 — 35 Fruita Monument 13 13 10 10 — 46 Battle Mountain — Devin Huffman 11, Qwahn Kent 11, Abdoulaye Dath 9, Jack ...


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Rifle, Delta have most players on
3A All-WSC teams

By Staff

Two Rifle High football players earned player of the year honors and Delta coach Ben Johnson was selected coach of the year on the Class 3A all-Western Slope Conference team, which was released Tuesday morning. Delta, which won the outright ...


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Mesa ready to make some noise at regional VB tourney

By Patti Arnold

Erin Perez’s introduction to college volleyball came in the Junell Center in San Angelo, Texas. She appreciates the symmetry, but doesn’t want her career to end there. “I was thinking about that (Monday), my first preseason ...


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Gumber lifts ‘Cats to win in season opener

By Jon Mitchell

The slower, half-court defensive sets Fruita Monument High School’s boys basketball team used Tuesday night paved the way to the up-tempo transition game the Wildcats used to pull away from Battle Mountain. Javen Gumber scored 16 ...


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