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Facebook ‘friend’ offer exposes man’s other wife

By The Associated Press

TACOMA, Wash. – Facebook’s automatic efforts to connect user through “friends” they may know recently led two Washington women to find out they were married to the same man, at the same time. That led to the man, ...

UPDATE: Two Mesa wrestlers remain in hunt at nationals

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PUEBLO — Colorado Mesa wrestlers Chester Granard and Nick Petersen won consolation matches and are guaranteed to place in the NCAA Division II national tournament. Granard bounced back from a quarterfinal loss with a 10-5 victory in the ...

High number of 2011 suicides alarms county

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Suicides committed by Mesa County residents reached a five-year high in 2011, when 44 people killed themselves, according to a new Mesa County Coroner’s Office report. The number of suicides in Mesa County committed by residents of the ...

Paonia girls upset in 2A semifinals

By Staff

Top-seeded Paonia was upended in the Class 2A girls semifinals today, 59-45 by Lutheran. The Eagles will play for third place Saturday. Norwood’s girls beat Merino 51-48 in overtime to reach the Class 1A title game. Plateau Valley ...

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Lochmiller sentenced to 33 years, 8 months

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A crowd consisting largely of former Valley Investments clients broke into applause this morning at the Mesa County Justice Center when Phillip Lochmiller Sr., was ordered jailed immediately after his sentencing hearing. U.S. District Judge ...


Father struggles to cope after remains of Paige Birgfeld found

By Paul Shockley

Frank Birgfeld’s Thursday started and ended in the wilderness. Tromping around early in the morning along the creek bed where the skeletal remains of his daughter, Paige, were discovered, the 68-year-old father from Centennial searched ...

Ohio officials claim drilling practices caused earthquakes

By The Associated Press

COLUMBUS, Ohio — A dozen earthquakes in northeastern Ohio were almost certainly induced by injection of gas-drilling wastewater into the earth, state regulators said Friday as they announced a series of tough new rules for ...

Colorado task force studying oil and gas rules

By The Associated Press

DENVER — Faced with conflicting duties between state and local governments over the development of oil and gas resources, Gov. John Hickenlooper is asking industry and government officials to come up with recommendations on ways to ...

Colorado government switching to Google email

By The Associated Press

DENVER — Colorado government workers are switching to Google email in an effort to save money. The governor’s Office of Information Technology says the move will save about $2 million per year. According to KUSA-TV, state ...

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Booking mugs released for slaying suspects

By Paul Shockley

The Mesa County Sheriff’s Department today released booking photos for two Clifton brothers accused in the death of a Fruita man last week. This, as arrest affidavits, law enforcement’s alleged factual basis for holding the men, ...

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