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Student of the Week, March 5, 2012

By Staff

GPA: 3.962 After-school activities: job at Hastings, Get Real and golf. Favorite books: “Brave New World” by Aldous Huxley and “The Infernal Devices” by Cassandra Clare. Favorite TV shows: “D. Gray-man,” ...


Driver shot after hitting one officer, dragging another

By The Associated Press

FEDERAL HEIGHTS — A truck driver was shot and a police officer has been hospitalized after an officer was hit and another officer was dragged by the truck. Federal Heights police say a woman called police early Wednesday to tell them a ...


Brighton embalmer charged with removing dental gold from bodies

By The Associated Press

LONGMONT — A Brighton man is facing fraud charges after he was accused of removing gold crowns from bodies prior to embalming and removing dental gold from cremated remains. A Boulder County grand jury indicted 43-year-old Adrian Kline ...


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40-day prayer vigil targets Planned Parenthood clinic

By Dennis Webb

A Western Slope Planned Parenthood office that figured into the recent national controversy involving Susan G. Komen for the Cure is being targeted for a 40-day prayer vigil by opponents of abortion. However, Betty Scranton, organizer of the ...


House OKs bill allowing input from businesses

By Charles Ashby

Business owners would get an extra, early chance to comment on bills pending before the Legislature under a measure approved Tuesday in the Colorado House. Republicans, who introduced HB1115, said the measure is designed to allow businesses ...


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Lawmakers advance pay boost to cover rural travel expenses

By Charles Ashby

After spending some time blaming the media for calling it a pay raise, the Colorado Senate gave preliminary approval Tuesday to a bill that does just that. The measure, HB1301, includes an increase in the per diem expense pay that rural ...


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Lieutenant governor encourages students to read, dream big

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Lt. Gov. Joe Garcia and State Library Executive Director Gene Hainer announced the theme of one statewide summer reading program and discussed the creation of another Tuesday morning at Mesa County Public Libraries’ Central Library. The ...


Mavericks top Metro in Denver

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DENVER — Colorado Mesa University assistant men’s basketball coach Michael Dominguez turned to Mike Melillo during a timeout in overtime Tuesday night and asked him if he was a big-time player. Melillo’s answer: ...


Columbine too strong for Fruita in Sweet 16

By Staff

LITTLETON — Three can be a lonely number. And that certainly was the case for the Fruita Monument boys basketball team in Tuesday’s Class 5A Sweet 16 state basketball tournament game at Columbine High School. But why three this ...


Mesa women fall on road to Roadrunners in RMAC Shootout

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DENVER — Colorado Mesa tried to play a physical style Tuesday night to slow the Metro State College women’s basketball team. The seventh-ranked Roadrunners pushed back, running away in the second half for an 84-61 victory in the ...


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