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Hiker doesn’t remember being struck by lightning

By The AP

ROCKY MOUNTAIN NATIONAL PARK — Officials at Rocky Mountain National Park say a man hiking Longs Peak was struck by lightning but had no memory of being hit. The 31-year-old from Minnesota had numerous burn injuries when he was found by ...


Moderate quake rattles northwest Wyoming

By The AP

JACKSON, Wyo. — A moderate earthquake rattled parts of northwest Wyoming Wednesday, but there were no reports of damage or injury. The U.S. Geological Survey said the magnitude-4.8 temblor struck shortly after 6 p.m. Mountain Time ...


McInnis visits Littleton to talk about economy

By The AP

LITTLETON — Colorado Republican gubernatorial candidate Scott McInnis is promoting his proposed economic agenda in Littleton. McInnis’ campaign says the candidate will talk about how he plans to create jobs if he is elected ...


School District 51 working on five-year plan

By Emily Shockley

School District 51 has begun work on a strategic plan addressing its goals for improving instruction and meeting student-achievement goals within the next half-decade. Superintendent Steve Schultz said the five-year plan will look at ...


Schools serving more breakfasts in summer

By Emily Shockley

The number of lunches served each day at District 51 extended learning sites dipped this summer, as did the number of sites offering meals, while breakfast numbers increased. The district went from offering lunch and breakfast at seven ...


Denver bike program not all it seems, says rival of Hickenlooper

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The source of a bicycle-sharing program advocated by Denver Mayor John Hickenlooper is about more than bicycles, one of the Republican candidates for governor said. Denver’s B-cycle program is a spinoff program of the International ...


Buck, Norton tussle over illegal immigration amnesty

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Republican Senate candidates Ken Buck and Jane Norton jousted Wednesday over who would be tougher on illegal immigration. Norton seized on a comment by Buck published last month in USA Today to brand him a back-tracker on opposition to ...


Death notices, Aug. 5, 2010

By Staff

Marie Acree, 91, Clifton, died Aug. 2, 2010, in her home. Services will be at at 10:30 a.m. Friday at Bethel Assembly of God. Survivors include her husband, Clarence; two daughters, Helen McPherson of Craig and Thyra DeHaven of Seattle; two ...


Blotter, Aug. 5, 2010

By Staff

Man accused of auto theft Robert Lee Stoltman, 26, 825 Hall Ave., Apt. 1, was arrested Tuesday on suspicion of theft of an automobile and a parole violation, according to the Grand Junction Police Department. Stoltman is suspected of walking ...


Local golf results, Aug. 4, 2010

By Staff

Holes in One Kay Ambrose, July 29 at Bookcliff Country Club. No. 13, a 101-yard, par-3, with a 7 iron. Witnesses: Michelle Hall, Marty Jones, Farlie Pearl. Kari Colombo, July 30 at Tiara Rado Golf Course. No. 8, a 110-yard, par-3. Club ...


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