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13-year-old skier dies in Vail avalanche

By The AP

VAIL — Authorities say a 13-year-old skier is dead after getting caught in an avalanche on Vail Mountain. The Vail Daily reports that the Eagle County coroner identified the skier as Taft Conlin of Eagle. The paper says Vail Mountain ...


Colorado lawmakers honoring veterans

By The AP

DENVER — Colorado lawmakers are honoring military veterans at the state Capitol to mark the 152nd anniversary of the Colorado National Guard. State Military and Veterans Affairs Maj. Gen. Mike Edwards is holding a reception Monday to ...


Child’s body found following search

By The AP

STERLING — The Logan County Sheriff’s Office is investigating after a 3-year-old boy’s body was found following a search. Lt. Joseph McBride said Monday deputies were concerned after someone called to tell them a young child ...


Meeker school repair remains on hold

By Dennis Webb

The Meeker School District continues to await information it needs before it can authorize repairs to its trouble-stricken elementary school. “We have not given the go-ahead for repairs to begin yet,” Superintendent Susan Goettel ...


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Junior Achievement to begin area programs

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Junior Achievement programming is slated to begin this semester in local schools. The national education program places volunteers in classrooms to teach ready-made lessons on finances, business and economics to kindergarten through ...


Company will try horizontal drilling for gas in proposal for De Beque area

By Dennis Webb

A drilling proposal near De Beque represents yet another effort by energy companies to explore for oil and gas in local geological formations that have been relatively untested up until now. Black Hills Plateau Production LLC, a subsidiary of ...


Judge denies bid by state trooper to suppress evidence in fatal shooting

By Paul Shockley

Poor performance by a lawyer isn’t a good enough reason to throw out statements made by a Colorado State Patrol trooper during a criminal investigation, a judge said in a recent ruling. In an order issued Jan. 12, District Judge Richard ...


Blotter, Jan. 23, 2012

By Staff

Pair on school roof Sunday Two juveniles were seen on the roof of Orchard Avenue Elementary School on Sunday morning. A teacher at the school saw the two juveniles on the roof upon arriving at the school and called police, said Grand ...


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Bulldogs have plenty of options on loaded roster

By Nick Walter

Who is Palisade’s 12th man? He’s the guy who, at any time, could come off the bench tonight against Aspen and help the Bulldogs extend their 12-game winning streak. He is a rough clone of the starting five — around 6 feet ...


Mavs relieved to have Selsor off crutches

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In a five-minute span Monday, Roger Walters went from the doldrums to grinning from ear to ear. All it took was seeing junior guard Katrina Selsor walk through the door to the ballroom at the University Center — without crutches. When ...


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