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Number of shooting ranges has declined in state

By Dave Buchanan

Sen. Mark Udall, D-Colo., has reintroduced The Target Practice and Marksmanship Training Support Act, aimed at funneling more money to building and maintaining public shooting ranges on federal land. Udall unsuccessfully tried similar ...

Study criticizes development that jeopardizes how wildlife survive

By Dave Buchanan

As was reported in Friday’s Daily Sentinel, there is a growing concern among some wildlife biologists that continued energy and other development threatens deer and pronghorn populations along the Colorado/Wyoming border. That is the ...

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Tour de France can make memories that last a lifetime for cyclists, fans

By Scott Mercier

Le Tour! July is my favorite month of the year. We usually take a family vacation to the ocean so the kids can play in the sand and water. The days are long and warm and the riding is great. And finally, July is when I get to spend three ...

18-year-old man’s body found in S. Colo. lake

By The AP

PUEBLO — Authorities have recovered the body of an 18-year-old man from Lake Pueblo in southern Colorado. The Pueblo County Sheriff’s Office said the body was recovered Friday evening. Sheriff’s officials say the body was of ...

Norway bomb suspect bought 6 tons of fertilizer

By The AP

SUNDVOLLEN, Norway — The Norwegian man suspected in a bombing and shooting spree that killed at least 92 people bought six tons of fertilizer before the massacre, the supplier said Saturday as police investigated witness accounts of a ...

New debt-limit talks: no sign of a breakthrough

By The AP

WASHINGTON — A grim-faced President Barack Obama convened fresh talks Saturday with congressional leaders aimed at averting a national financial default in just 10 days, shortly after the latest comments from both sides suggested no ...

Interior Secretary to be honored in hometown

By The AP

MANASSA — Interior Secretary Ken Salazar is being honored during his hometown’s celebration of its heritage. The Rocky Mountain Farmers Union and Sustainability Alliance of Southwest Colorado are thanking Salazar Saturday during ...

Man accused of scamming AA attendees pleads guilty

By The AP

FORT COLLINS — A 72-year-old man accused of defrauding investors whose trust he had gained through Alcoholics Anonymous meetings is due to be sentenced for theft Sept. 15. Richard Horace Mayfield pleaded guilty Thursday in Larimer ...

Western Slope League Swimming Championships, July 22, 2011

By Staff

Western Slope League Championships July 22 El Pomar Natatorium 8&U Team Scores 1. Aspen Swim Club, 277; 2. Steamboat Springs Swim Team, 260; 3. Gunnison Stingrays, 134; 4. Cortez Leopard Sharks, 73; 5. Grand Valley Wave, 66; 6. ...

Taco Bell Western Slope Open, July 22, 2011

By Staff

Taco Bell Western Slope Open Friday Adult Women 3.0 Singles Finals Carrie Thornton def. Cynthia Bulgier 6-1, 7-5. 3.5 Singles Round Robin Second Round Carrie Thornton def. Patricia Sanger 6-4, 6-1. 4.5 Singles Semifinals Tracy ...

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