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Colo. lawmakers agree on spending cuts

By The AP

DENVER — Teachers, farmers and retailers may have some good news from a budget agreement struck in the Colorado Legislature. A stalemate over next year’s budget appeared to end today with Democrats and Republicans agreeing to a ...

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Smuggler’s Brew Pub unexpectedly closes

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

The employees of Smuggler’s Brew Pub were told to collect their personal belongings from the restaurant Tuesday morning with little explanation as to the reason the restaurant was closing. “I don’t know if it is just today ...

E-mail letters, April 5, 2011

By Staff

Sen. King’s description of enviro groups was spot on Thank you to Sen. Steve King!  “Environmental obstructionism” is a term I have been looking for a long time. His concise letter to the editor on how self-serving ...

April snowpack readings show increase in north, decline in south

By Dave Buchanan

April snowpack surveys indicate the snowpack statewide at 113 percent of average and 28 percent greater than the snowpack one year ago. However, snow totals vary widely from north to south. According to the Natural Resources Conservation ...

I-70 shut at Silverthorne today for rock removal

By The AP

GEORGETOWN — People traveling across Colorado face long detours. A 25-mile stretch of Interstate 70 in Colorado’s mountains will be shut down today so that crews can remove some potentially dangerous boulders on the mountainside ...

GJ municipal election is today; ballots due by 7 p.m.

By Staff

Voters have until 7 p.m. today to cast ballots in Grand Junction’s municipal election. Five candidates are vying for one at-large City Council position. Sam Susuras and Bennett Boeschenstein are running unopposed for two seats. A vote ...

Front Range firefighters brace for windy, warm weather

By The AP

FORT COLLINS — Fire managers are warning residents near a northern Colorado wildfire that has destroyed about 15 homes to stay on alert as the winds pick up in the area. Snow, colder weather and multiple drops of water by helicopters ...

Boy, 14, stabbed in Steamboat Springs library

By The AP

STEAMBOAT SPRINGS — Authorities say a 14-year-old boy was stabbed in both hands during an altercation in the Steamboat Springs library, and a 40-year-old man was arrested. Police tell the Steamboat Pilot & Today newspaper the boy ...

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At least dozen hurt in Utah bus crash

By Staff

More than a dozen people were critically injured late Monday night when a semitrailer collided with a bus carrying a musical group at mile marker 211 on Interstate 70 in Utah, about 20 miles west of the Colorado-Utah line. The bus probably ...

Lawsuit in federal court challenges Colorado’s renewable energy standard

By Charles Ashby

Two Washington, D.C.-based groups and a Morrison resident filed a lawsuit Monday in federal court in Colorado challenging the state’s renewable energy standard. The suit, filed by the right-leaning American Tradition Partnership and ...

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