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Gillette schools contemplate adding Mandarin

By The AP

GILLETTE — Campbell County High School sophomores Skyler Coorough, Falen Van Pelt and Ben Heaton may be friends but they don’t speak the same language when talking about studying it. As Campbell County school officials continue to ...


Fierce sheepdogs alarming tourists in SW Colorado

By The AP

SILVERTON — Turkish sheepdogs prized for their fierceness are raising concerns they may be a little too tough for the southwest Colorado communities where ranchers are using them. The Akbash dogs weigh up to 120 pounds and are ...


Driver cited with going wrong way on Interstate 25

By The AP

COLORADO SPRINGS — Colorado Springs police say a driver traveled the wrong way on Interstate 25 for about four miles until he was stopped by a police officer whom he had passed head on. Police say Stephen Smith was driving south in the ...


Park status panel seeks comments on Colorado National Monument

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The committee studying whether to ask for an upgrade in status for Colorado National Monument to a national park is asking for public comment on the idea. “The interest level is very high,” said Warren Gore, co-chairman of the ...


Arrest made in Parachute area shooting

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Nathanael James Rice of Parachute was arrested Friday in connection with the death of a 30-year-old Battlement Mesa man. Rice, 26, of 187 Blackhawk Trail, was arrested and booked into the Garfield County Jail at about 4 p.m. Friday on ...


Housing market, mix of good news, bad news

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The Mesa County real estate market ended 2011 displaying additional signs of stabilizing, as year-over-year sales posted another increase, and housing inventory fell. But observers say there are indications at the outset of 2012 that a ...


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More hotel rooms help bring more customers downtown

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Two things happened in June that Grand Valley Books owner Margie Wilson believes helped bring more customers to her store at 350 Main St. First, the two-year construction project that renovated downtown Main Street was completed. Shortly ...


Palisade seeks to sell Town Hall

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Palisade residents will decide this spring not only who will fill five of the seven seats on the Town Board, but possibly where the offices of the board’s employee and his staff will be located in the future. The Palisade Town Board ...


Two local girls win at national stock show

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Two local 4-H Club members won big at their first national competition earlier this month. Thirteen-year-old Mariah Kollasch of Palisade and 10-year-old Brooke Hahn of the Redlands each won grand championship honors for poultry showmanship ...


Federal study will be critical for use of the Colorado River

By Guest Columnist

The Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist John McPhee once wrote, “Anyone interested … in the study of water in the West will in the end concentrate on the Colorado, wildest of rivers ... incongruous in the desert ... all the other ...


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