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Quake expert says dual quakes unrelated

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

GOLDEN — The earthquake that struck Virginia on Tuesday hit an area that historically is not seismically active — and there’s no connection with another rare quake that struck Colorado, a U.S. Geological Survey scientist ...


D51 to seek voter OK on mill levy override

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District 51 school board members voted Tuesday morning to place a mill levy override question on this November’s ballot. The question will ask voters to approve a fixed mill levy rate of 7 mills for six years. Money from the override ...


St. Mary’s nurse earns Patriot Award

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Whenever he had to be there for his country, his boss was there for him. National Guardsman Joe McBurney, 44, has worked at St. Mary’s Hospital for 11 years. Until about six months ago, when he transferred to the quality-improvement ...


Fruita football team placed on restriction

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Misreading a Colorado High School Activities Association rule has resulted in the Fruita Monument High School football team going on restriction. First-year coach Sean Mulvey had the Wildcats wearing helmets for two days during their ...


Shopping for procedures on the Web may soon be possible in Colo.

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In the next few years, Coloradans considering a variety of medical procedures might be able to comparison shop for them on the Web. That’s just the beginning of what is intended to become a more open market for health care services, ...


Colo. tries easing I-70 backups by pacing traffic

By The Associated Press

DENVER — Colorado transportation officials say an experiment using police cars to pace traffic and reduce congestion on Interstate 70 in the mountains has produced promising preliminary results. The Aug. 13 test was conducted on an ...


Aurora police chase ends in fatal crash

By The AP

AURORA — Aurora police say they found a man dead after he crashed his vehicle following a police chase. Police say the chase began after an officer saw an SUV run a red light Tuesday morning. When speeds reached 90 miles per hour in a ...


Southwest Colorado eyes gas boom

By The AP

DURANGO — Federal officials are reviewing a land management plan that could spark a new gas boom in southwestern Colorado. San Juan National Forest supervisor Mark Stiles says new technology could allow more than 1,700 wells to be ...


State tries easing I-70 backups by pacing traffic

By The AP

DENVER — Colorado transportation officials say an experiment using police cars to pace traffic and reduce congestion on Interstate 70 in the mountains has produced promising preliminary results. The Aug. 13 test was conducted on an ...


Largest Colorado quake since 1973 shakes homes

By The AP

DENVER — The largest earthquake to strike Colorado in almost 40 years shook hundreds of people in the southern part of the state and in northern New Mexico, causing minor damage to a few homes. The magnitude 5.3 temblor was recorded at ...


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