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Homegrown: Sick juniper tree

By Dennis Hill

We have native juniper tree in our yard that is looking sick. The tree has a good sized limb that died. When you look closer, part of the dead limb has small bore holes, probably from some sort of beetle, I’d guess. The other ...


Man arrested for DUI while driving stolen cop car

By The AP

GREELEY — A northern Colorado man was quickly arrested twice for DUI: Once while driving his own car, the second time for stealing the police car as he waited to be taken in. Adam Segura was being held in Weld County Jail after a brief ...


Embezzlement charge for Elbert county assessor

By The AP

KIOWA — Elbert County Assessor Phyllis Jean Trostel has been charged with using her county credit card to make thousands of dollars’ worth of personal purchases. A grand jury indicted Trostel on 28 counts of embezzlement, forgery, ...


Fort Carson in running for aviation unit

By The AP

FORT CARSON — Members of Colorado’s congressional delegation say Fort Carson is one of two Army bases in the running to house a 2,700-solider aviation brigade. The Gazette in Colorado Springs reports that the Army will decide ...


Crews make progress on Colorado wildfire

By The AP

BOULDER — Fire managers are confident a fire burning in the foothills west of Boulder isn’t going to spread any farther. The fire is burning on a 10-square-mile area and about half of that perimeter now has fire lines built around ...


Team claims record-breaking pumpkin launch in Moab

By The AP

MOAB — A team that shoots pumpkins from a giant air cannon says it achieved the holy grail of the sport — chucking a pumpkin a distance of more than one mile. The “Big 10 Inch Team” from Pennsylvania, Delaware and New ...


Beyond standardized tests: Intuitive knowledge comes from experience

By Gary McCallister

There are those who think that ignorance is a finite quantity and as we relentlessly pursue knowledge of the material world the amount of ignorance will dwindle to nothing. We sometimes hear talk of a great unifying theory of physics, the ...


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Pirates can’t keep up with Huskies: Slow start hurts Olathe vs. Florence

By Patrick Bahr

OLATHE — The Olathe High School football team refused to give up, but Friday night at Wilson Field, the eighth-ranked Pirates fell 35-21 to No. 7 Florence. “We didn’t execute,” Olathe coach Ryan Corn said. “More ...


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Running Bulldogs: Moffat County’s Zirkle edges Lebron to win Warrior Invite

By Scott Schlaufman

Going into Friday’s Warrior Invitational cross-country meet at Long Family Memorial Park, Moffat County High School senior Chris Zirkle already had a good feel for the course. Last year, Zirkle won the race, beating his closest ...


First victory vs. rival Rifle big for Coal Ridge

By Staff

RIFLE — A quick score by the Rifle High School football team made a big first impression. The Coal Ridge Titans’ offense made a lasting impression in the fourth quarter. Coal Ridge’s offense woke up in the final quarter, ...


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