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E-mail letters, May 14, 2010

By Staff

Clean, safe energy begins with mining Another misinformed letter to the editor proclaiming “green energy” as an “energy efficient solution that can curb global warming, create safe, green jobs, and provide power without ...


Storm front bringing more snow to Colorado

By The AP

DENVER — More snow and rain are headed to Colorado as a Pacific storm front moves into the state from Utah. Heavy rain pounded the Denver area today in a repeat of Thursday’s deluges that held up and eventually ended the Colorado ...


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Recalling the fallen

By William Woody

Law enforcement recalls members of their ranks who have died in the line of duty. May 2010  ...


Mesa softball team loses to Metro

By {screen_name}

A pair of three-run home runs led Metro State’s softball team to a 10-1, five-inning rout of Mesa State today in the first game of the Central Region tournament in Colorado Springs. Mesa State’s only run came on a home run by Sara ...


Property owners offer truce to Colo. rafters

By The AP

DENVER — Property owners have declared a temporary truce in a dispute with commercial rafters and will allow commercial rafting on their property this summer. The Jackson-Shaw company, which owns the Wilder on the Taylor fishing ...


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Furniture store also offers tasty homemade Amish treats

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

Black Carriage Furniture has added a new line of handmade Amish craftsmanship in the form of peanut butter spread, noodles and elderberry jam. “It’s not the first thing that comes to mind when you think of a furniture ...


Woman sentenced for trying to poison husband

By The AP

CASTLE ROCK — A woman who pleaded guilty to putting a poisonous plant on her husband’s salad was sentenced to 4 1/2 years in prison. Douglas County prosecutor Bryan Garrett says Lisa Leigh Allen’s actions show she had ...


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Whitewater drilling plan lights a fire

By Dennis Webb

When an energy company proposed drilling nearly 500 wells across some 90,000 acres along the western base of Grand Mesa, its switchboard began lighting up. “It’s unbelievable the volume of phone calls we’ve received from ...


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Drug busts net 27 pounds of meth, 4 arrests

By {screen_name}

A mother and son and two brothers were arrested in a span of less than 24 hours in separate traffic stops at the same spot on Interstate 70 after authorities found a combined 27 pounds of suspected methamphetamine in their vehicles. Manuel ...


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May for cruising: Cyclists take to the streets

By Melinda Mawdsley

When Jon Rizzo tinkers with one of his nearly 20 bicycles, he sees both function and fun. Rizzo enjoys restoring vintage bikes to original condition. But he also likes creating bikes from various spare parts — Frankenbikes, ...


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