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Rancher-oil water dispute prompts Colorado bill

By The AP

DENVER — Colorado lawmakers are moving to strengthen the state’s hand in water disputes in a bill prompted by a dispute between southwest Colorado ranchers and gas and oil drillers. A House committee voted 13-0 Monday in favor of ...


Colo. House passes Secure Communities bill

By The AP

DENVER — The Colorado House has given final approval to withholding state funding from municipalities that reject a federal fingerprinting program to catch illegal immigrants. Most Democrats opposed the Republican proposal in ...


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Escapee pleads guilty after firing on cops

By Dennis Webb

An escaped Arizona prison convict pleaded guilty this morning to two first-degree attempted murder charges after having fired numerous times at Rifle police officers Aug. 1. “I’m guilty, your honor,” Daniel Renwick told ...


E-mail letters, March 22, 2011

By Staff

Salazar deserves thanks for his wildlands order As defined by Congress, the BLM’s complex, multiple-use mission is “to sustain the health and productivity of public lands for the use and enjoyment of present and future ...


The Auction Team

By Staff

The Auction Team at 1610 Hwy. 50 is owned and operated by Doug Carpenter. Doug has taken the traditional auction to the world, through the use of the Internet auction. “I am so excited to see what the Internet is bringing to the auction ...


Carbondale school closed due to probable suicide

By Dennis Webb

No classes are being held at Crystal River Elementary School in Carbondale today after a probable suicide in a vehicle outside the school. The Garfield County Sheriff’s Office is investigating the incident at the request of Carbondale ...


Colorado fighting 1 wildfire, on guard for others

By The AP

GOLDEN — Air tankers and ground crews battled a wind-whipped wildfire in the foothills west of Denver today, as officials warned that eastern Colorado’s worst drought in nearly a decade makes that part of the state vulnerable to ...


Concealed gun change rejected in Democratic Senate

By The AP

DENVER — A proposal to make permits optional for carrying concealed weapons in Colorado has met its end. A Democratic Senate committee voted 3-2 today against the measure, which would have made concealed-weapon permits optional for ...


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Interstate 70, river pinch bike trail route

By Amy Hamilton

Trying to have a conversation on a thin section of right of way off Interstate 70 by the Colorado River is nearly impossible with semitrailers and sedans whizzing by at 75 mph. It’s here, about a quarter-mile east of the 20 Road ...


Costly penalties proposed for cities that don’t crack down on illegals with felonies

By Charles Ashby

Communities that refuse to use a federal program to nab illegal immigrants convicted of felonies would lose money due them by the state under a bill approved Monday on a voice vote in the Colorado House. The measure is designed to force ...


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