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More wet weather in store for Colorado

By The AP

DENVER — Parts of Colorado could get another soaking with more heavy rains predicted. Flash flood watches are in effect until tonight for western Colorado as well as the northern Front Range and northeastern plains. The Summit Daily ...


Colorado lawmakers get requests for Caylee law

By The AP

DENVER — Colorado lawmakers say they’re being deluged with emails and letters asking them to make it a crime for failing to report the death of a child within one hour. The proposed legislation in Colorado and other states is ...


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Frenzy at convenience store led to standoff

By Amy Hamilton

Several motorists at a Clifton gas station derailed a gunman’s plans to steal their vehicles after flatly refusing to hand over their car keys, according to an arrest affidavit. George Roloff, 34, was in custody Monday on a $1 million ...


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Suspect tried to steal cars at store, then invaded Clifton home, affidavit says

By Amy Hamilton

Tear gas residue still hung in the air Monday morning, burning the throats and eyes of residents at a destroyed Clifton duplex that was the center of a police standoff with a gunman the day before. With the electricity still turned off at ...


Lochmiller assures client on recording

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Philip Rand Lochmiller told a prospective investor in March 2009 that he listed only one investor at a time on lots in Valley Investments projects. Jurors in Lochmiller’s trial in U.S. District Court in Denver listened Monday to a tape ...


Child-care fund runs low, forces out 57 families

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About 120 children whose families now receive low-income child care help will lose that aid, the Mesa County Commission decided Monday, hoping to extend the life of the program. Had the commission rejected the proposal, the county’s ...


Western U.S. energy to surpass imports. report says

By Dennis Webb

By 2020, the West will produce more energy than the United States imports from Saudi Arabia and seven other nations combined, a new report issued by an industry group predicts. However, it says that production could be jeopardized by current ...


Federal raid at Incubator still a mystery

By Paul Shockley

With neighbors including a nearby shooting range, the sight of firearm-toting law enforcement officers isn’t all that uncommon along her neck of Orchard Mesa at the Business Incubator Center, the center’s executive director said ...


Death Notices, July 12, 2011

By Staff

Nora Theresa Delio, 84, Olathe, died June 22, 2011, at her home. Services will be at 11 a.m. July 22 at St. Daniel’s Catholic Church in Ouray. Burial will be in Olathe. Survivors include two sons, Ray of Durango and Anthony of ...


Time not right for Silt Mesa water system, research shows

By Dennis Webb

SILT — A proposed domestic water system for an area facing natural gas development is too costly to be paid for by homeowners and other funding sources, according to survey results and other findings. The Schmueser Gordon Meyer, Inc., ...


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