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State championship football, Dec. 4, 2010

By Christopher Tomlinson

Olathe wins a 2A state championship; Glenwood Springs falls short in 3A.  ...

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Colorado names Embree as new football coach

By The AP

BOULDER — Jon Embree has been introduced as the new University of Colorado football coach after accepting a five-year deal. Embree left his position as the tight ends coach of the Washington Redskins following their game against the New ...

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Downtown Parade of Lights

By Gretel Daugherty

Annual parade through downtown Grand Junction, 2010.  ...

USDA to provide $30M for sage grouse protection

By The AP

CASPER, Wyo. — The U.S. Department of Agriculture is boosting funding to protect sage grouse and sage grouse habitat in 11 Western states. This will be the second year of the Natural Resources Conservation Service Sage Grouse ...

State marijuana rules nearing completion

By The AP

LAKEWOOD — Marijuana regulations for the commercial sale of medical pot are nearing completion with today’s final meeting of the group writing rules for how dispensaries operate. The regulators are planning to require pot shops to ...

Colo regulators examine Xcel coal plan

By The AP

DENVER — Colorado state regulators this week will consider Xcel Energy’s $1.3 billion plan to stop burning coal at its electric power plants in Denver and Boulder. The Public Utilities Commission is set to hold meetings on the ...

CU economists expect slow, steady growth in 2011

By The AP

DENVER — Colorado should add about 10,100 jobs next year after losing more than 140,000 jobs the past two years, according to a forecast released today by University of Colorado economists. Nevertheless, that won’t be enough to ...

Backcountry skier dies in avalanche

By The AP

GEORGETOWN — A man from Golden is dead after being buried in an avalanche in a popular backcountry ski area. The slide happened around 1 p.m. Sunday in the Dry Gulch area near Interstate 70 and U.S. 6 near the Continental Divide. The ...

Online exposure may scare future informants

By Paul Shockley

No immediate ramifications from an unprecedented release of local law enforcement documents have been noticed, but Mesa County prosecutors said some damage may not be realized for years. “Will confidential informants in the future be ...

Man found dead in tent near river

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The Mesa County Sheriff’s Department is investigating the death of a young man whose body was found Sunday inside a tent near the Colorado River. Deputies were sent to an area adjacent to the Union Pacific Railroad bridge near the ...

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