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Printed letters, Sept. 7, 2011

By Staff

I realize it is the intent for School District 51 to present the mill-levy override in the best possible light in hopes that it will pass without too much objection. However, I wish they would have presented it more realistically so that ...


Oil industry group appeals federal ruling on Western leases

By The AP

CHEYENNE, Wyo. — An oil and gas industry group has appealed a ruling from a federal judge over oil and gas leases, saying it did not do enough to make sure the U.S. Department of Interior must issue the leases within 60 days after ...


Email letters, Sept. 6, 2011

By Staff

Nursing moms should be more modest So the law says moms can bare their breasts in public when feeding their babes? So be it. There is just one word missing in this scenario, modesty. I guess that is too old-fashioned for young mothers today. ...


Man Who Shot and Killed Intruding Bear in Estes Park Will Not Face Charges

By The AP

ESTES PARK – The man who shot and killed a bear after he found it eating out of his fridge in Estes Park will not face charges, but official are reminding people to take extra precautions as they visit bear country this season. On ...


Tiara Rado Tuesday Men’s Club September 6, 2011

By Staff

Tiara Rado Tuesday Men's League - September 6, 2011 Two Man Scramble 1st Gross Ben V., Kurt N. 32 2nd Gross Ned C., Eric A.  ...


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Bartering site trades fair with locals

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

It started as an experiment which has led to dozens of non-cash transactions taking place across the Grand Valley. People are trading eggs for homemade jelly, windows for firewood and furniture for baby items. Adam Cochran launched the ...


Lincoln Park Ladies’ Golf Association League Results September 6, 2011

By Staff

Lincoln Park Ladies' Golf Association - September 6, 2011 One Putts - 9 Hole Winners 2nd & 3rd Flight 1st Sandy Brubaker 4th Flight 1st Terri ...


Springs cops find suspects napping in car

By The AP

COLORADO SPRINGS – Colorado Springs police say they found drugs and a stolen gun inside a car with three suspected gang members and three underage females, all of them sleeping. The Gazette reports that an officer approached the car at ...


CSU student loses legs while train hopping

By The AP

LONGMONT — Police in Longmont are investigating after a 17-year-old Colorado State University student lost both of her legs while trying to hop aboard a freight train. Authorities say the unidentified teen slipped underneath the moving ...


State deriving little benefit from trust lands

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State officials are optimistic they will get the last slivers of school trust lands owed the state for more than a century. They have little reason, however, to think any of those slivers will be in western Colorado’s energy-rich lands ...


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