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Printed letters, May 26, 2010

By Staff

Protect cyclists with courtesy, good sense I first started riding up the east side of Colorado National Monument back in 1980, on a cheap 10-speed I won in a raffle at a Grand Junction Eagles baseball game. I had no helmet (they didn’t ...


Bookcliff Country Club Ladies’ League Results May 25, 2010

By Staff

Bookcliff Ladies League - May 25, 2010 Ladies Day T1st Jeanie K., Patricia K. 144 T1st Terri M., Pauline L. 144 T2nd Julie C., ...


Crews building line around San Miguel Canyon fire

By The AP

NORWOOD — Firefighters battling a canyon blaze in southwest Colorado worked to protect a power line and remove hazardous trees today. The fire was burning on an estimated nearly 5 square miles, or 3,100 acres, of mostly federal land, ...


Taking action steps keeps life moving forward

By Sheri Fisher

My client, Deborah, had been married for nearly 20 years and had two children. Although she had known for more than two years that she wanted a divorce, she had only talked to Ted about it four months ago. They were in counseling, but no ...


Man pleads not guilty to shooting at party

By Amy Hamilton

A Fruivale man this morning pleaded not guilty to charges of shooting five people at a party in December. Joshua Gregory Anton, 20, heads to trial in November on 18 felony charges, including five counts of first-degree assault. Anton is ...


Chipeta Golf Course Ladies’ League Results May 25, 2010

By Staff

Chipeta Ladies' League - May 25, 2010 Fewest Putts 1st Sandy Wright   2nd Stella Varela   3rd Brigid ...


Chipeta Golf Course Men’s League Results May 25, 2010

By Staff

Chipeta Men's League - May 25, 2010 Two Person Scramble-Front Nine 1st James W., David R.   2nd Tom F., Mike ...


Ritter signs drug bills, payday lending measure

By The AP

DENVER — New drug penalties and a crackdown on payday lending are among the bills being signed into law by Gov. Bill Ritter. Ritter planned to sign more than a dozen bills into law today. They include bills to reduce penalties for some ...


City of Denver website hacked again

By The AP

DENVER — The website for the city and county of Denver has been hacked for the second time in a week. The website Denvergov.org was pulled down Monday night after a hacker replaced the city’s home page with a green and black page, ...


State wildlife officials defend man who shot bear

By The AP

COLORADO SPRINGS— Colorado wildlife officials say a man who shot and killed an 18-month-old bear in his home in Green Mountain Falls was protecting children who were sleeping upstairs. Colorado Division of Wildlife spokesman Michael ...


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