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Road trip: Nov. 3-8

By Melinda Mawdsley

Here are some big shows and events coming to Colorado in the near future. They Might Be Giants — Boulder Theater, Boulder, Nov. 3. honeyhoney — Belly Up, Aspen, Nov. 3. Game — Ogden Theatre, Denver, Nov. 3. Andre ...

On stage: Oct. 21-27

By Staff

Operation Interdependence “Murder in Montana (or) A Railroad Runs to It,” 1925 mystery dinner hosted by Operation Interdependence, 6 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 22, Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 1247, 1404 Ute Ave., $20 per person, ...

Father of NYC plotter pleads guilty to visa charge

By The AP

NEW YORK — The father of a man who admitted plotting to bomb New York City subways has pleaded guilty to visa fraud charges. Mohammed Wali Zazi entered the plea Friday in federal court in Brooklyn. Zazi is the father of Najibullah ...

Colorado above national suicide average

By The AP

DENVER — The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says Colorado ranks above average in suicidal thoughts and behaviors. A report released Thursday says about 4.6 percent of adult Coloradans gave serious thought to suicide in the ...

Plane intercepted after losing contact

By The AP

CENTENNIAL — A civilian plane traveling from Chicago to a Denver-area airport was escorted by F-16 fighter jets after the pilot lost radio contact. The North Aerospace Defense Command says the plane started in Pittsburgh and stopped in ...


Benkelman’s leadership, play have been key for Mavs

By {screen_name}

Life has a way of sidetracking a person’s intended goals. Chad Benkelman knows all about that. The Colorado Mesa University football player intended to attend Mesa out of high school in 2007, but wasn’t recruited by coach Joe ...

Local briefs, Oct. 21, 2011

By Staff

Good Sam Clinic offers health exams Downtown Vineyard Church and Grand Valley Catholic Outreach will offer their monthly Good Samaritan Clinic from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday in the dining room at Catholic Outreach, 245 S. First St. The ...

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Impressive Indians: Montrose cruises past Central

By Ben Husband

In the first quarter Thursday night, it appeared the Central High School football team was ready to make its final home game of the season one to remember. Unfortunately for the Warriors, that one quarter — which really was two big ...

BLM proposes fee for desert campground

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The Bureau of Land Management is proposing to begin charging people to camp near a popular mountain biking spot in the desert north of Fruita. The agency is seeking public comment on its recommendation for a $10 per campsite, per night fee ...

New EPA rules may have limited effect on drilling

By Dennis Webb

An Environmental Protection Agency plan to begin regulating certain wastewater discharges related to natural gas development may have only limited implications for drilling operations in Colorado. The agency announced Thursday that it would ...

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