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Report : Colorado River recreation contributes $17 billion in spending

By The Associated Press

DENVER – A new report estimates recreational activity along the Colorado River and its tributaries contributes about $17 billion in direct spending per year. The report was commissioned by Protect the Flows, which represents small ...


Bear that fell in Colorado campus photo killed by car

By The Associated Press

BOULDER – A bear tranquilized at the University of Colorado last week and widely viewed in a photo showing it falling from a tree is dead after being hit by two cars. The 280-pound black bear was struck on a highway around dawn ...


Naked men roaming Garfield trails

By Dennis Webb

Recreationists who may have been hoping to see wildlife in the woods around Carbondale have been getting an eyeful of something else instead. The Garfield County Sheriff’s office has taken multiple reports of naked men being spotted on ...


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Trooper says he wants his job back

By Paul Shockley

Cleared of criminal wrongdoing but facing a federal lawsuit relating to a fatal shooting under administrative review by the Colorado State Patrol, Trooper Ivan “Gene” Lawyer said Thursday he wants his job back. “That’s ...


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Lawyers argued Dewey jury misdeeds

By Paul Shockley

In an appeal that was ultimately rejected, Robert Dewey’s post-conviction lawyers argued his 1996 trial was tainted by jury misconduct, among other issues, including the fact that the jury foreman was personally acquainted with or knew ...


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Trust nears finishing line for securing land

By Amy Hamilton

You know the power of the area if you’ve ever watched the sun climb over Grand Mesa from the ridge on Curt’s Lane. Maybe you were bitten by the outdoor bug when you first felt the thrill of mountain biking up Pet-e-Kes without ...


State snowpack 19% of average

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A warm, dry April shrunk Colorado’s snowpack to 19 percent of average, and more than half of the snow survey locations in the state no longer have snow, the U.S. Natural Resources Conservation Service reported Thursday. Snowpack levels, ...


Man says he was fired for filing safety violation

By Amy Hamilton

A Durango man is suing BP for $5.2 million after he said he was fired for filing a safety violation. Larry Holland, a certified automation professional who worked as a contractor for BP from June 2007 to January 2012, said he received ...


New medical center planned for Battlement Mesa

By Dennis Webb

The Grand River Hospital District said Thursday it will build a $16 million medical facility in Battlement Mesa. The 35,000-square-foot building will house the district’s Battlement Mesa Clinic and Occupational Health and Safety Center, ...


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Towing firms may avoid costly bonds

By Charles Ashby

DENVER — Towing companies won’t have to purchase expensive bonds to stay in business, but they will have to pay an annual $150 fee under a compromise approved in a Senate committee Thursday. The compromise for House Bill 1327 is ...


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