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Fort Carson to welcome home nearly 200 soldiers

By The Associated Press

COLORADO SPRINGS — Nearly 200 soldiers based at Fort Carson are set to return home Monday after a yearlong deployment to Afghanistan. The post says the soldiers are part of the 2nd Brigade Combat Team, 4th Infantry Division and were ...


Tassel-turning season begins

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Colorado Mesa University graduated its first spring class under its new name Saturday, as well as its first batch of students to complete the CMU-University of Colorado mechanical engineering partnership program. The nine students who ...

Boulder officer charged with attempted murder

By The Associated Press

BOULDER — A Boulder police officer accused of planning to kill his ex-girlfriend’s new boyfriend has been formally charged with several felonies. The Daily Camera ( ) reports Christian McCracken was charged ...

Finalist declines offer to monitor Denver police

By The Associated Press

DENVER — The search is continuing for an independent monitor of the Denver police and sheriff’s department, now that one candidate has turned down an offer to take the post. Denver Mayor Michael Hancock had extended an offer to ...

Trail Ridge Road to open Mon., weather permitting

By The Associated Press

ROCKY MOUNTAIN NATIONAL PARK — If the weather cooperates, Trail Ridge Road in Rocky Mountain National Park is scheduled to open for the summer Monday, about two weeks earlier than normal. Trail Ridge Road reaches 12,183 feet at its ...


Speedy Sierra

By Nick Walter

The fastest recorded Class 3A 100-meter dash of all time in Colorado prep girls track was run Friday at Stocker Stadium. The time was set by a senior from Cedaredge High School who thought, after one stride, she may have false started. But ...

Mistakes cost Mavericks in loss to New Mexico Highlands at RMAC tournament

By Staff

Costly errors and missed opportunities Friday doomed the Colorado Mesa University baseball team. New Mexico Highlands defeated the Mavericks 7-5 at Rawlings Field in Pueblo to eliminate the RMAC regular-season champions from the conference ...


Tough Rifle team wins 3A WSL title

By Nick Walter

Sometimes their training involves ambushes, hills and welts. It’s paintball. And some members of the Rifle High School track team say it makes them a bit tougher. The Bears won the Class 3A Western Slope League title on Friday at ...

GJ boys lead SWL meet after first day

By Staff

The Grand Junction High School boys track and field team leads the Southwestern League meet at Cortez after Friday’s six events. The meet resumes today. The Tigers have 57 points, followed by Fruita Monument’s 34 and ...

GJ tennis coach sees growth at state tourney

By Pat Rooney

DENVER — The Grand Junction High School girls tennis team is a squad in transition. So although it was a less than ceremonious performance at the Class 5A girls tennis state tournament, it nonetheless was one that coach Carol Elliott ...

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