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Utah college ranked first in JUCO baseball poll

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Salt Lake (Utah) Community College is ranked first in the latest National Junior College Athletic Association/Perfect Game USA baseball poll, released today. The Bruins (30-2) have won 29 of their last 30 games to move up two spots to No. 1. ...

Gadhafi son got ‘standard’ VIP tour of AF Academy

By The AP

DENVER — The Air Force Academy confirms that a son of Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi visited the school last month during a U.S. tour that included businesses and other schools. Academy spokesman Lt. Col. John Bryan said today that ...

College less affordable, state higher ed chief warns

By The AP

DENVER — Colorado’s higher education chief says college is less affordable for middle-class Coloradans, and decreasing state funding for higher education is challenging attempts to get more people into classrooms. Lt. Gov. Joe ...

Dive teams in water again today in ‘evidence search’

By Staff

An FBI dive team returned to the water today around 10 a.m., in what is being described as an “evidence search,” according to police. While law enforcement officials have been tight-lipped about the specific nature of their ...


Prowl for owls with Audubon Society

By Dave Buchanan

Here’s a hoot-out for one of the most-popular events sponsored by the Grand Valley Audubon Society. It’s the Owl Prowl Field Trip on Saturday and Sunday, and participants are likely to see all five of the owl species — ...


Investigate fly fishing for all ages at upcoming two-day exposition

By Dave Buchanan

Everybody loves a good mystery, especially when it concerns something close to your heart. Perhaps no mystery is more perplexing, and perhaps just as decipherable, as the mystery of fly fishing. The first solution is that your fly fishing ...

Official: Monument bike race bid shot down by Salazar

By Amy Hamilton

A denial for a proposal by a local committee to host a professional bicycling race at Colorado National Monument is backed by the head of the U.S. Department of the Interior, Ken Salazar. A Local Organizing Committee comprised of local ...

Hikers and joggers aren’t the only ones rattling around the monument

By Eric Sandstrom

This is the seventh in a series of weekly columns about Colorado National Monument in honor of the park’s centennial anniversary on May 24. Last July while jogging the Monument Canyon Trail, I came to a sudden halt at what sounded like ...


ShareFest taking job applications

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

Need help spring cleaning? Just can’t climb the ladder high enough to prune the apple tree? A slew of Christian volunteers is ready to assist any and all tasks this spring through the annual ShareFest Weekend, taking place April 30 and ...

4 backcountry skiers found near Aspen

By The AP

ASPEN — Four skiers who went on a trip to a backcountry hut near Aspen have been found. Authorities say the men were found just before noon today. The Aspen Times reports that rescuers launched a search for the skiers Tuesday ...

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