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Oil shale research-and-development projects advance another step

By Dennis Webb

Two oil shale research-and-development proposals in Colorado have moved a step forward with today’s release of a draft environmental review of them. The Bureau of Land Management released a preliminary environmental assessment of ...

Denver officer loses appeal over improper ammo use

By The Associated Press

DENVER — A civil service commission has upheld the firing of a Denver police officer who used unauthorized military ammunition in a shooting that left a bystander wounded. Officer Robert Fitzgibbons was fired last year after an ...

New film incentives in Colo. to become law

By The Associated Press

DENVER — A measure to increase tax rebates an incentives for film production in Colorado will be signed into law. The new law will increase the tax incentive the state gives production companies from 10 percent to 20 percent. The refund ...

School district shuts down lunch loans

By The Associated Press

COLORADO SPRINGS — School officials in Colorado Springs have shut down their lunch loan program for the last few weeks of school and lunches are being thrown away. According to KKTV-TV (, one mother complained her ...

Sheriff renews warning about recluse cabin burglar

By The Associated Press

CEDAR CITY, Utah — Southern Utah authorities are renewing their warnings about a mountain recluse they believe is armed, dangerous and responsible for more than two dozen cabin burglaries. The Iron County Sheriff’s Office ...

More firefighters heading to Colorado

By The Associated Press

FORT COLLINS — More firefighters are on their way to a fire that has burned across more than 11 square miles in northern Colorado and is approaching a reservoir for the city of Greeley. U.S. Forest Service officials say the blaze about ...


Bats go silent

By Staff

Colorado Mesa University got the pitching performance it needed, but not the offense. New Mexico Highlands defeated the Mavericks 2-0 in the first round of the NCAA Division II Central Region baseball tournament Thursday at Franklin Rogers ...

San Jac headed back to JUCO

By {screen_name}

Four games, 50 innings of baseball. “It was difficult. We had lightning delays, rain delays, (Wednesday) night around the 14th inning there were bugs flying everywhere, a lot of crazy stuff,” San Jacinto (Texas) College-North ...

GJ’s Deters, Harris place 5th and 6th at state in discus

By Nick Walter

LAKEWOOD — They stood on the podium at Jefferson County Stadium on Thursday, both wearing the basic, gray T-shirts with the simple, black letters: “GJHS track & field.” “The tiger on the back is pretty cool, ...

Cedaredge’s Williams sets three 3A state meet records

By Nick Walter

LAKEWOOD — Doling out hugs and shaking with victorious passion, Cedaredge sprinter Sierra Williams ran around six family members Thursday, including her great-grandmother, 89-year-old Eleanor Williams. The senior had just broken the ...

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