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Calif. man admits to embezzling rare coins from Col.

By The AP

WILMINGTON, Del. — Federal prosecutors say a California man has pleaded guilty to a felony information to stealing nearly $1 million worth of rare coins from a Colorado museum. Thirty-three-year-old Wyatt Yeager of Martinez, Calif., ...


Fed pot crackdown happening in Colo.

By The AP

DENVER — Federal officials today began a California-style crackdown on medical marijuana businesses in Colorado that targets those located near schools. U.S. Attorney John Walsh said 23 dispensaries within 1,000 feet of schools have ...


3 now face perjury charges in death of Durango man

By The AP

DURANGO — Three people now face perjury charges in the July 2010 shooting death of a downtown Durango restaurant manager. The Durango Herald reports Ted Garcia’s 62-year-old mother-in-law Susan Gray faces perjury charges and is ...


Target plans to sell specialty shop products

By The AP

NEW YORK — Target says it will team up with owners of specialty shops to create affordable, limited edition merchandise for sale at its stores in a bid to attract more customers and distinguish itself from rivals. Target Corp. said ...


Carbondale considering tax rebate on food

By The AP

CARBONDALE — Officials in Carbondale are considering a rebate on food sales taxes for the elderly and low-income residents. Town trustees have ordered a study on how to refund Carbondale’s 3.5 percent sales tax and who might ...


Email letters, Jan. 12, 2012

By Staff

Information missing on Medicare A lot of information is missing. It’s hard to find enough savings to offset the cost of the bonuses since we have a slew of doctors in this state, a couple hundred in this area alone. Not to mention the ...


UPDATE: Ruptured water line repaired in north GJ

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Ute Water Conservancy District crews have repaired an 18-inch water line that ruptured in north Grand Junction early this morning, and customers should now be back in service. Ute Water spokesman Joe Burtard announced the completion of the ...


Pittsburgh mayor selling Tebow jersey for charity

By The AP

PITTSBURGH — Pittsburgh Mayor Luke Ravenstahl is trying to turn the Steelers playoff loss to the Denver Broncos into a win for city school students. Ravenstahl is selling a Tim Tebow jersey he wore Tuesday while striking a prayerful, ...


UPDATE: Hickenlooper delivers State speech; read the speech online

By The AP

DENVER — Colorado Democratic Gov. John Hicknlooper urged lawmakers to pass civil unions and attract businesses by showing they can cooperate. Hickenlooper said today during his annual State of the State address that “government ...


Robbery suspects strike twice

By The AP

COLORADO SPRINGS — One time was apparently not enough for several people who robbed a man walking his dog. Colorado Springs police say the victim was walking his dog early today when a woman jumped out of a car and asked him for money. ...


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