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Time for an extra dose of fertilizer

By Dennis Hill

How late in the fall should I continue to water my lawn, and should I fertilize it now? — Eric Both good questions. As fall comes on and weather starts to cool, you want to start stretching out your waterings. Lots of people just ...


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Shut my mouth! Tomato test a disappointing encounter

By Erin McIntyre

There’s something about pie that makes people happy. Unless you surprise them, and it’s not the kind they expected. Let’s just say my latest experiment in the “how to use up green tomatoes” category didn’t ...


Time for an extra dose of fertilizer

By Dennis Hill

How late in the fall should I continue to water my lawn, and should I fertilize it now? — Eric Both good questions. As fall comes on and weather starts to cool, you want to start stretching out your waterings. Lots of people just let ...


Suspect in double Colorado killing identified

By The Associated Press

FORT COLLINS — A man suspected of fatally shooting two people, including a Colorado State University student, and wounding a third before killing himself was a non-commissioned Air Force staff sergeant based in Wyoming, authorities said ...


Stevens’ 2 TDs lead Colorado State past New Mexico 27-24

By The Associated Press

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — Nick Stevens threw for two touchdowns in Colorado State’s 21-point second quarter and the Rams defense forced a fourth-quarter turnover in a 27-24 victory over New Mexico on Friday night. Colorado State ...


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Sister suspects foul play in death

By Erin McIntyre

Gabby Tavis wanted her phone to ring, but she didn’t want it to be for this reason. After 21 months of hoping she would hear from her brother, writing him Facebook messages once a week with no reply, this was the call she dreaded ...


Heavy equipment near Redlands development damaged by vandalism

By Staff

Police are investigating an expensive vandalism on the Redlands involving what appears to be intentional damage to heavy equipment being used to prepare some property for a large-scale housing development. Equipment parked near the ...


Two children’s bodies in Norwood ID’d

By Erin McIntyre

The victims of a double homicide found in a field near Norwood are the daughters of a woman who was apprehended in Grand Junction after their bodies were found in September. Authorities confirmed the bodies have been identified as Makayla ...


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Let go of those old Legos

By Katie Langford

Is there a box of Legos gathering dust in the basement or long-forgotten K’nex taking up space in the closet? The Western Colorado Community Foundation wants them. The foundation’s Building Blocks for STEM supply drive is an ...


Enviros protest lease auctions for gas drilling

By Gary Harmon

Drilling for natural gas on the west end of Mesa and Garfield counties would threaten the atmosphere and the endangered fish of the Colorado River, seven environmental organizations said in protests of planned auctions. The organizations are ...


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