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Road Trip: Week of Sept. 10, 2010

By Staff

Here are some big shows and events coming to Colorado in the near future. All American Glass, Pottery & More Show and Sale — Douglas County Events Center, Castle Rock, Sept. 11–12. CU Art Museum Grand Opening — CU Art ...


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Five decades of hunting tales

By Dave Buchanan

A person can accrue a ton of great hunting tales in five decades of chasing deer and elk, but the hunting story Pat Johnston loves most is of the first time she went hunting with her husband-to-be Bud. It rained and there wasn’t any ...


Maes decries ‘evil’ around his gubernatorial bid

By The AP

DURANGO — Colorado’s embattled Republican gubernatorial candidate is firing back at critics who say he’s unfit for office. A defiant Dan Maes told a group in Durango Thursday that the political process is surrounded by ...


Pipeline review will take at least 4 more years

By The AP

ROCK SPRINGS, Wyo. — The Army Corps of Engineers has extended by about four years the time it will take to study a $3 billion plan to pipe water from southwest Wyoming to Colorado. Project manager Rena Brand says the proposal requires ...


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Lake Powell anglers waiting for fall frenzy

By Wayne Gustaveson

Lake Elevation: 3,634 msl Water Temperature 74-77 F PAGE, Ariz. — The good news is that water temperature is falling which will lead to a fall feeding frenzy.  But right now the temperature has not gone down enough to change ...


UPDATE: Police seek witnesses in fatal crash near Mesa Mall

By Paul Shockley

A man on a motorcycle was struck and killed this morning by a pickup truck on the east side of Mesa Mall. The man, who hasn’t been identified by authorities, was leaving the mall parking lot, pulling onto 24 1/2 Road, around 11 a.m. ...


Police: Beating posted on YouTube led to arrests

By The AP

GREELEY — Greeley police say a video posted on YouTube showing a jogger being assaulted two weeks ago has led officers to arrest some of the people suspected of being involved. Police say a woman jogging at a city park was trying to ...


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St. Regis survived Prohibition, wrecking ball and now fire

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A few weeks back when I heard that a fire was in progress at the St. Regis Hotel, I felt a tightness in my stomach, concerned that one of the few historically significant structures left in the downtown area was going to be lost forever. But ...


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Cop yard sale benefits United Way

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

Customers were waiting early Friday morning for the opening of the annual Mesa County Sheriff’s Office yard sale, which benefits the United Way. The parking lot was filled with everything from tools, holiday decorations, books, videos ...


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Caprock Academy closer to a permanent home

By Emily Shockley

Caprock Academy could have a permanent building as early as the first day of school in July 2011. Caprock opened in the summer of 2007 and temporarily resided in a church before moving into a series of modular buildings at 640 24 1/2 ...


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