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Larimer GOP facing more fines for report errors

By The AP

FORT COLLINS — The troubled Larimer County Republican Party has more bad news as it tries to rectify campaign finance errors made last year. State elections officials notified the party Friday of another fine of almost $15,000 for ...


Aspen, A-Basin still welcoming skiers

By The AP

ASPEN — Aspen Mountain is offering late spring skiing again this weekend. The resort re-opened for skiing on Memorial Day weekend, and it says there’s enough snow to do it again. The plan is to offer weekend skiing through July 4 ...


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Performance at JUCO World Series gives Catamounts a sense of accomplishment

By Scott Schlaufman

Every time Potomac State College of West Virginia has made a trip to the Alpine Bank Junior College World Series, coach Doug Little feels like the team was underrated. “The four years that we’ve been out here, it seems like of the ...


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Central effort: Vaqueros play like No. 1 team to earn shot in title game

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Central Arizona College entered the Alpine Bank Junior College World Series as the No. 1 team in the nation. The Vaqueros want to finish that way. Friday night, they took the first step, beating Potomac State (W.Va) College 16-6 in the ...


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Central Arizona coach Wente suspended for championship game

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Central Arizona College will play for its third national junior college baseball title tonight, but will have to play without its coach. Jon Wente was suspended one game for not filing the appropriate paperwork for a player ejection before ...


For The Record, June 5, 2011

By Staff

BIRTHS St. Mary’s Hospital Tony and Deserae Wilson, Palisade, a son, May 12. Johnathan Garcia and Bethany Miles, Grand Junction, a daughter, May 14. Levi and Jessi Heinritz, Crawford, a daughter, May 14. David and Ashley Tangreen, ...


Religion Briefs, June 5, 2011

By Staff

Emmanuel Baptist schedules Bible school A vacation Bible school, with the theme “Big Apple Adventure,” will be from 9 a.m. to noon Monday through Friday at Emmanuel Baptist Church, 395 31 5/8 Road. The event is for children in ...


Court’s water ruling could have effect on West Slope

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A Colorado Supreme Court ruling limiting the amount of agricultural water that could be diverted to a growing suburb could have implications for the Western Slope. “It underscores the proposed cooperative agreement” among several ...


Blotter, June 5, 2011

By Staff

Wrong-way driver ID’d The Colorado State Patrol on Friday identified a California man who was ticketed Thursday after allegedly driving east in the westbound lane of Interstate 70 in Garfield County. George Cody, 90, was ticketed on ...


Mesa State to get $3.7M from state for financial aid

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Mesa State College will receive the only raise in state financial aid next year among Colorado’s public, four-year institutions. The college’s award of $3.7 million in state-provided financial aid for 2011–12 will be ...


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