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CU student leaders want pot party moved

By The AP

BOULDER — University of Colorado student leaders are hoping to change the school’s party reputation by helping move the annual marijuana smoke-out off campus. About 10,000 participants convene annually on campus to light up for ...

Frontier cancels flights because of hail damage

By The AP

DENVER — Frontier Airlines says it is experiencing serious delays at Denver International Airport because of hail damage to its planes. The airline says golf-ball-sized hail hit Denver International Airport, its hometown airport, on ...

Forest Service expected to rule on roadless rule

By The AP

FORT COLLINS — The U.S. Forest Service is expected to make a decision about Colorado roadless rules later this year. The Forest Service says it received 55,000 public comments across the state by Thursday’s deadline. The Colorado ...

Save money and reduce telemarketing calls? Where do I sign up?

By Penny Stine

I don’t feel old until I remember the days before cell phones, answering machines and voice mail. Remember how quiet it was? If you went away from home and missed a phone call, it was no big deal. If it was important, whoever called ...

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Mobile Mania

By Penny Stine

Although real estate prices for traditional, stick-built homes have fallen, they would have to fall a long way to match the prices for manufactured housing or mobile homes. It’s possible to buy a new mobile home for less than $50,000, ...

Real Estate Transactions

By Staff

ADDRESS SOLD PRICE DAYS ON TYPE SF   MARKET CLIFTON 531 Arrow Court $76,400 345 Single Family 1016 3212 Kennedy Ave. $73,525 170 Single Family 882 523 Garland St. $51,400 70 Single Family 828 FRUITA 241 Ribbon ...

Investor: ‘I gave him all my money’

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A sobbing Steve Bagga recounted for a U.S. District jury in Denver how he drew out thousands of dollars from his credit cards to put into Valley Investments on the promise of company owner Philip Rand Lochmiller that all would be ...

Wary employee tapes Lochmiller

By {screen_name}

The owner of collapsed Valley Investments can be heard saying on a surreptitious tape recording, made by a disgruntled employee, that he owed the company nothing. “I don’t owe this (expletive) company anything,” Philip Rand ...

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Twin sisters grew up with Potter, wouldn’t miss his final adventure

By Melinda Mawdsley

Twin sisters Kimberlyn and Kailyn Bennett have few life memories that predate Harry Potter. They were introduced to the adolescent wizard as first-graders when their mother read to them “Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s ...


Local designer competing on ‘Project Runway’

By Tammy Gemaehlich

“Is this really happening, really?” Grand Junction resident Julie Tierney asked the casting director with “Project Runway,” who’d called to tell her she was going to New York. Tierney, 35, was chosen recently as ...

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