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Stadium Sports Bar & Grill closed over taxes Stadium Sports Bar & Grill closed over taxes

By Carrie Marfitano

The Colorado Department of Revenue seized the Stadium Sports Bar & Grill, 3210 Interstate 70 Business Loop in Clifton, because of more than $27,000 in unpaid taxes, according to agency spokesman Mark Couch. The unpaid taxes date from ...


Fewer licenses will be available to hunt deer, elk

By Dave Buchanan

Fewer elk and deer licenses will be available this fall after action Thursday by the Colorado Wildlife Commission. The nine-member panel approved offering nearly 8,000 fewer deer licenses and more than 10,000 fewer elk tags to hunters seeking ...


Bennet to meet with health care officials

By Staff

U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet, D-Colo., will meet this afternoon with health care and other officials and visit Marillac Clinic. Bennet is to unveil legislation modeled after Rocky Mountain Health Plans’ patient-transition model that assures ...


Nemnich was suspect in ’73 Denver murder

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The Longmont man charged with stabbing to death a Grand Junction mother and daughter in 1975 was a suspect in a 1973 rape and murder in Denver, according to a police report obtained by The Daily Sentinel. An arrest affidavit about a ...


Cops look for girl’s stabbing suspects

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Montrose police are seeking two or more people who can help them learn who stabbed a 14-year-old girl in the shoulder after she answered a knock at her door this week. The attack on the girl took place about 5 a.m. Monday at the girl’s ...


Oil, gas regulators repeal new rule allowing hearings on permits

By Dennis Hill

Colorado oil and gas regulators have agreed to rescind a new provision letting state health, environment and wildlife officials seek hearings on drilling permits. The Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission on Thursday unanimously agreed ...


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Who will foot bill for crumbling road up in air

By Emily Shockley

A sign now blinks “ROAD FAILURE” then “UNDER EVALUATION” along the roadside before the cracked, uneven pavement greets oncoming drivers. A solution for those cracks, crevices and bumps on a freshly paved stretch of 26 ...


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Schulte proving she’s learned from last year’s tough loss at state

By Patrick Bahr

Kirstin Schulte had high expectations for last year’s state tournament. The Tigers No. 3 singles player had won the region championship, which set her up with a great draw in her first state tournament appearance. Schulte was facing ...


Young Harris College making final push to return to GJ for JUCO

By Patrick Bahr

Young Harris (Ga.) College coach Rick Robinson is fighting the same battle many junior college coaches are experiencing right now. He is trying to keep his players focused at the most crucial time of the season. The Mountain Lions (43-10) ...


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From pumping gas to working in pumps

By Paul Shockley

Billie Jo Shull recently quit working around heavy equipment in the gas fields of western Colorado. She now ponders national beauty pageants. Shull, 29, a Fruita housewife and mother of two children, also now holds an invitation as ...


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