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Forecasters: Storm bringing May snow to mountains

By The AP

DENVER — Weather forecasters are keeping an eye on a storm that could bring up to two feet of snow to the north-central Colorado mountains this week. The National Weather Service says the storm is expected to arrive Tuesday evening in ...


Teacher bill still pending at Colorado Capitol

By The AP

DENVER — A bill changing the way teachers earn and keep tenure is still pending as Colorado lawmakers wrap up their annual session. The proposal is up for a vote today afternoon in the House Appropriations Committee. If it passes, it ...


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Honor Flight: Whirlwind tour of D.C. by area veterans

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In a sped-up version of the trek many undertook 60 years ago, 102 World War II veterans this week flew across the United States from Grand Junction to the East Coast. This time, they were aboard the second Western Slope Honor Flight to see ...


Lincoln Park Ladies’ Golf Association League Results May 10, 2010

By Staff

Lincoln Park Ladies' Golf Association - May 10, 2010 Blind Hole-9 Holes 1st & 2nd Flight 1st Donna Creager 1st & 2nd Flight 2nd Jenann ...


Mesa hires women’s lacrosse coach

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Abigail Simpson has been hired as the women’s lacrosse coach at Mesa State College. The New Yorker is currently a volunteer coach with Long Island Select Lacrosse and played college lacrosse at SUNY Cortland for twoyears after two years ...


Colorado senator counseling homeowners

By The AP

DENVER — Not sure where to go for help on a mortgage? Try calling Colorado’s freshman senator. Democratic Sen. Michael Bennet planned to take to the phones Monday at the Colorado Foreclosure Prevention Hotline. Bennet planned to ...


Mesa softball team makes regional

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Mesa State’s softball team received a bid to the NCAA Central Region tournament this morning, and the Mavericks will face a familiar team in the first round: Metro State. It will be the eighth time the teams have played this season, ...


Pro-life measure’s support revived

By Charles Ashby

The last time the personhood amendment made the Colorado ballot in 2008, a number of anti-abortion Republican leaders either distanced themselves from it or outright opposed the idea because they said it went too far. None of that seems to be ...


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Retailers cash in as lease rates drop in Aspen

By Dennis Webb

ASPEN — Customers enjoying the moving-sale prices at Kali’s Denim in downtown Aspen can thank the sharp rent reductions landlords are offering retailers this spring. One of those reductions will let the Cooper Avenue store trade ...


One dead, two injured in separate traffic accidents

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A motorcyclist was killed and a second motorcyclist and a bicyclist were seriously injured Sunday in two separate accidents in remote areas of the Western Slope, according to the Colorado State Patrol. Troopers were dispatched to the first ...


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