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Palisade hires girls basketball coach

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Danielle Bagwell has been promoted to head girls basketball coach at Palisade High School. Bagwell has been an assistant at the school the past seven years, coaching basketball, soccer, track and softball. She is an English teacher at ...

Lincoln Park Ladies Golf Association League Results May 7, 2012

By Julie Norman

Lincoln Park Ladies' Golf Association - May 7, 2012 High Reverse - Flight 1 - 18 Hole Winners   1st Lyn Fraser   2nd Lynn ...

Warnings debated for frozen cow contamination

By The Associated Press

ASPEN – Rangers from the U.S. Forest Service are debating ways to warn hikers that frozen cows may have contaminated a popular hot springs before they were chopped up and removed last week. The Aspen-Sopris Ranger District posted a sign ...

Student hits concrete jumping from roof into pool

By The Associated Press

FORT COLLINS – A Colorado State University student was critically injured when he tried to jump into a pool from the roof of a Fort Collins apartment complex and hit the concrete. Ian Smith was reported in critical condition on Saturday ...

Mom defends son who was suspended for reciting racy lyric

By The Associated Press

AURORA — A 6-year-old boy is back at his suburban Denver school after being suspended for three days for reciting a racy line from a popular song. D’Avonte Meadows, a first-grader at Sable Elementary School in Aurora, returned to ...

Plans for new CSU stadium provoke debate

By The Associated Press

FORT COLLINS — Plans by Colorado State University to build a new stadium are raising questions about the university’s priorities. The university plans to spend $200 million for the facility because they believe it will boost the ...

Coloradans give big to political action committees

By The Associated Press

DENVER — Coloradans are giving generously to political action committees this year. Big donors include Joe Ricketts, an online-brokerage billionaire who gave $500,000 to a group that seeks to find fresh blood for politics, Evergreen ...

DNA program targets crimes beyond murder

By Paul Shockley

The Colorado Attorney General Office’s DNA testing program that spearheaded Robert Dewey’s exoneration last week has expanded to cover crimes beyond murder, manslaughter and sexual assault. Senior Assistant Attorney General Julie ...

Real estate market not any worse

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The Mesa County real estate market played a familiar tune in the first quarter, with a boost in sales demonstrating further indications of stabilization and a slight but continued decline in sales prices showing the market is a long ways from ...

Roaring Fork Valley sees spate of bank robberies

By Amy Hamilton

A bank robbery at the Wells Fargo bank in Carbondale at closing time Saturday was the third robbery in the Roaring Folk Valley in as many months. Carbondale police and the FBI are investigating the incident in which police said a male ...

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