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Bell-ringer applications flood Salvation Army

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A lot of things will seem familiar when The Salvation Army launches its Red Kettle campaign at Mesa Mall today. There will be the familiar look of the kettles, the familiar ring of the bells, the familiar organizations that have long lent ...


Approaches to medical marijuana vary widely from city to city

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Given the chance this month to decriminalize possession of small amounts of marijuana, Breckenridge residents lit up. More than 70 percent of voters agreed to allow people 21 or older to legally possess 1 ounce or less of the drug. The ...


Officer hit by pickup is a veteran state trooper

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The Colorado State Patrol trooper who was seriously injured after being struck by a truck Friday night while investigating another accident was identified Saturday as Randy White, a 24-year veteran of the patrol. White was believed to still ...


Turnovers doom Bulldogs in loss to Wildcats

By Staff

PUEBLO — Every time the football slipped loose, Palisade High School’s chances of pulling off the biggest upset possible in the first round of the Class 3A state football playoffs grew more and more slim. In the end, five ...


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Authorities scramble to deal with boom in medical marijuana use

By Amy Hamilton

A perceived ease in getting medical marijuana in Colorado is making some people uneasy. When the Colorado Board of Health in July eliminated limits on the number of patients a medical marijuana dispensary can have, it created opportunities ...


DOW might expand efforts to collect salmon eggs

By Dave Buchanan

A forecast earlier this summer by the Colorado Division of Wildlife of a possible shortage of kokanee salmon eggs is becoming a reality. With most of the egg-take operations around the state winding down, biologist are reporting the state has ...


Gappmaier leads Mavs with win in Wyoming

By Staff

Three Mesa State College wrestlers placed Saturday in the University of Wyoming Open, but it wasn’t any of the veteran returning wrestlers. Redshirt freshman Jon Gappmaier won the 141-pound amateur division title with five wins, ...


Cold, snow don’t bother runners at Rim Rock Marathon

By Allen Gemaehlich

Bernie Boettcher began the first Rim Rock Marathon covered in a garbage bag. The 43-year-old Silt man kept it on Saturday for 18 of the 26.2-mile marathon over the Colorado National Monument. “I have to admit, this was one of the ...


Battlement Mesa vacancies skyrocketing

By Dennis Webb

BATTLEMENT MESA — Brittany Roselle’s apartment complex doesn’t quite bustle with people the way it did a few years ago. “It’s really a lot emptier,” she said as she shepherded her daughter, Kate, 4, from ...


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Marathon man: Fanselow wins inaugural Rim Rock Marathon

By Allen Gemaehlich

Bill Fanselow has a lot to celebrate. The Golden man, who turns 43 today, was the first runner to cross the finish line Saturday in the inaugural Rim Rock Marathon over the Colorado National Monument. He finished the course in 2 hours, 43 ...


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