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When planning a fishing trip for late summer, be sure to check resources

By Dave Buchanan

Don’t let August be the month you drop your summer reading program. We’re not suggesting you run out and purchase some lurid sit-on-the-beach novel or struggle under the heavy tomes used for college prep courses. This particular ...


Lightning kills man at Utah national park

By The AP

BRYCE CANYON NATIONAL PARK — A lightning strike has killed a German man at Bryce Canyon National Park in southern Utah. Park officials say 51-year-old Volker Kunz of Hamm, Germany, died Thursday afternoon after he sought shelter under a ...


Longmont pot shops closed after legal battle

By The AP

LONGMONT — Marijuana businesses in Longmont are closed after a judge sided with the city in a long legal battle to shut down dispensaries and growing operations. Boulder County District Court Judge Ingrid Bakke decided Friday not to ...


CU mascot selling barbecue? School to investigate

By The AP

BOULDER — The University of Colorado wants to know whether a barbecue restaurant is using its beloved buffalo mascot improperly. Ralphie’s restaurant near campus shares a name with the university’s buffalo mascot. The Daily ...


2 campers near Aspen bitten in tents by a bear

By The AP

ASPEN — Forestry officials were putting campers near Aspen on high alert Saturday after two separate backcountry campers were bitten through their tents by black bears in the last two days. A third attack at a Forest Service campground ...


Suspect at-large after Palisade bank robbery

By Paul Shockley

A suspect remains at-large this afternoon after he reportedly tried to rob a Palisade bank, disarmed a responding police officer and stole a minivan before ditching it about a half-mile away. Mesa County Sheriff Stan Hilkey said they checked ...


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High school, college golfers gain knowledge at RMO

By Staff

After Friday’s opening round at the Enstrom Rocky Mountain Open, Fruita Monument High School senior Joey Saad had one goal on his mind — a nap. Saad competed in high school events Monday, Wednesday and Thursday before entering the ...


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Area pastors send youth off to school with blessed backpacks

By Rachel Sauer

On Wednesday morning, kids will roll from bed earlier than the day before, yellow buses will rumble through sleepy neighborhoods, and pristine backpacks will get filled with shiny supplies. The first day of a new school year is a familiar ...


Religion Briefs, Aug. 20, 2011

By Staff

Delta church to host singing group Ernie Couch and Revival Singing Group will perform at 7 p.m. Friday at Calvary Baptist Church, 1290 A St. in Delta. The gospel music group from Nashville, Tenn., is well known across the United States and ...


Death Notices, Aug. 20, 2011

By Staff

Donna Fern Calhoun, 65, Delta, died Aug. 17, 2011. Ms. Calhoun was in home health care. Memorial services will be at 6:30 p.m. Monday at Clifton Assembly of God Church. Services include two sons, Douglas Cleveland of Grand Junction and ...


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