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Colorado ag exports up 28 percent through Sept.

By The AP

DENVER — Colorado agriculture commissioner John Stulp says growing demand for meat from Asia and Russia is boosting the state’s agricultural exports. The Colorado Department of Agriculture said today that state agricultural ...

Lawsuit filed in Colo. to stop airport patdowns

By The AP

DENVER — A Colorado attorney is asking a federal judge to order the Transportation Security Administration to abandon its new airport screening procedures. Gary Fielder filed his lawsuit in U.S. District Court in Denver last week, more ...

Bennet: Senate process ‘rigged’

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Sen. Michael Bennet, D-Colo., today called the Senate’s process “rigged,” as a live microphone picked up his comments and broadcast them on C-SPAN. Bennet’s comments came as he sat as presiding officer and commented ...

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Local couple wins home energy makeover

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

Bob and Ruth Michels were overjoyed Monday afternoon to hear that their home had been selected for a $10,000 energy home makeover from Xcel Energy. “I never get picked for anything, except maybe jury duty,” said Ruth jokingly as ...

Elizabeth Smart kidnapper suffers seizure in court

By The AP

SALT LAKE CITY — The former street preacher charged with kidnapping and assaulting Elizabeth Smart has suffered an apparent seizure in the courtroom. Paramedics rushed inside the courtroom to attend to Brian David Mitchell, who was ...

Colo. monument closing part of road for winter

By The AP

GRAND JUNCTION — The Colorado National Monument is closing the top section of Rim Rock Drive during the winter, which monument officials hope will cut plowing and maintenance costs. Monument Superintendent Joan Anzelmo says closing the ...

Bowlen says McDaniels’ job is safe for now

By The AP

ENGLEWOOD — Denver Broncos owner Pat Bowlen says embattled coach Josh McDaniels’ job is safe. Yet, after telling AOL FanHouse that McDaniels would be back in 2011, Bowlen issued a statement Monday night that seemed to back off ...

‘Thuggish tactics’ remark upsets some school bus drivers in labor dispute

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School bus driver Traci Kelley says she’ll pay union dues, but definitely doesn’t want to be a Teamster — or a member of any other union. Sheron McCampbell says she is a proud union member and is no union thug. McCampbell ...

Authorities investigate death of 2-year-old

By Paul Shockley

Authorities in Delta County are investigating the death of a 2-year-old boy. The boy, identified by the Delta County Sheriff’s Department as the son of Ashley Dorsch, died Saturday at Delta County Memorial Hospital, the sheriff’s ...

Water there to start oil shale work, GAO says

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It’s likely that the nation’s oil shale states have enough water to start an energy industry based on the rock, but it would soon have to compete with downstream demands, including those of cities and towns, and endangered fish, a ...

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