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Stapleton defends DUI allegations

By The AP

DENVER — Republican state treasurer candidate Walker Stapleton is defending himself against claims he was involved in a hit and run accident in 1999 in San Francisco. According to the Denver Post, court documents make it appear he ...


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Grand Junction’s Medina ready for state cross country meet

By Patrick Bahr

Grand Junction High School cross country runner Charlie Medina always considered himself more of a football and baseball player. Maybe, though, he was born to run. Medina’s time of 17 minutes, 24 seconds at last week’s Region 1 ...


Colorado National Monument extends fossil exhibit’s visit

By Dave Buchanan

Let’s see. What has three toes, walks like a turtle and hasn’t been seen around these parts for, oh, 150 million years or so? Nope, it isn’t the Denver Broncos, although they might be open to suggestions after last ...


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Resorts open, eagerly greet snow days

By Dave Buchanan

The Denver Broncos almost blew the best ski-marketing tool this state has. The day Loveland Ski Resort became the first Colorado ski resort, and the first in North America, to open its lifts for the 2010–2011 ski season, the Broncos ...


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Montrose commissioners to hospital trustees: One week to resign, or be removed

By William Woody

MONTROSE — The Montrose County Commission decided this morning the six remaining trustees on the Montrose Memorial Hospital board have one week to hand in their letters of resignation or be removed from the hospital’s ...


Police: Man shoots self while sleepwalking

By The AP

BOULDER — Police say a Boulder man who told police he woke up to a “bang” and realized he suffered a gunshot wound to his knee likely shot himself while sleepwalking. The Daily Camera reports that 63-year-old Sanford Rothman ...


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Hybrid grapes stayed strong through last winter’s frosts

By Dave Buchanan

HOTCHKISS — One of the last bright-fall days of October was spent harvesting Chambourcin grapes at Leroux Creek Vineyards near Hotchkiss. Or near Austin, depending whether you drove in from the west or east. Winery owner and winemaker ...


This year’s treat? Trick-or-meat

By Steve Beauregard

You don’t have to glance at the calendar to know the scary day is quickly approaching: There’s the sight of frightening-looking freaks everywhere, people dressing up and pretending to be something they are not, and others going ...


Adobe Creek Sr. Men’s League Golf Results October 27, 2010

By Staff

Adobe Creek Senior Men's League - October 27, 2010 First Flight 1st Rich Robidoux   T2nd Neal Hays   T2nd Mike ...


Chevron gives math and science center $125,000

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Chevron will give $125,000 to the John McConnell Math and Science Center of Western Colorado to launch a program that will provide Mesa County high school students the opportunity to explore the topic “New Energy Technologies:  ...


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