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Death notices, Jan. 13, 2012

By Staff

Darrell E. Baker, 83, Eckert, died Dec. 27, 2011, at his home. Services will be at 2 p.m. Saturday at the Eckert Presbyterian Church. Survivors include his wife, Vivian; two sons, Dan of Durango and Randy of Cedaredge; one daughter, Colleen ...

Iraq vet: Combat is ‘primal’

By {screen_name}

An incident in which U.S. Marines were recorded on video urinating on dead Taliban fighters was called “utterly deplorable” by Defense Secretary Leon Panetta. Afghan President Hamid Karzai termed it a crime. Eric Martin, a Grand ...

Governor backs bill to allow civil unions

By Charles Ashby

DENVER — Gov. John Hickenlooper called on the Colorado Legislature in his State of the State address Thursday to pass a bill to create civil unions for gays and lesbians. “We believe in equal rights for all regardless of race, ...

Governor will visit West Slope on Saturday

By Charles Ashby

Gov. John Hickenlooper is coming to town. After the Democrat makes a swing through Colorado Springs, Pueblo and Gunnison today, the governor will speak at several stops in Montrose and Grand Junction on Saturday. Hickenlooper will visit ...


Welcome Home, Witch Doctors

By Gretel Daugherty

The Witch Doctors arrive home after a year in Afghanistan.  ...

Central takes advantage of forfeits to win

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Central High School won seven matches, including five by forfeit to defeat Montrose 42-30 in a wrestling dual Thursday night at Central High School. The Warriors’ Jeremiah Stratton and Jacob Rubalcaba each pinned their opponent to give ...

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 ...

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