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Casting about: Writer, angler to speak of his fishing adventures

By Dave Buchanan

Fishing author Kirk Deeter’s personal flybox most likely is titled “writers who fish.” Which, the Pine resident is quick to point out, is way different than the much larger (and not nearly as interesting) over-stuffed box of ...


Forecaster: When Lake Powell warms, fishing will be fine

By Dave Buchanan

That Sunday afternoon snow-and-rain squall sending early season gardeners scurrying into the house also was setting back the Lake Powell fishing season a few days. Prior to the weekend, fishermen plying the 186-mile-long impoundment a few ...


Get on board: Boating safety courses scheduled

By Dave Buchanan

With spring in the air and many of the region’s lakes and reservoirs either open or nearly open for boating, it’s time to remember boating safety. The minimum unrestricted age for operating a motorboat or personal watercraft in ...

On Food: Strawberries and asparagus, yes, it’s spring

By Dixie Burmeister

It is officially spring, the time of year when it feels cold and windy so you put a wintertime comfort food in the Crock-Pot and by dinner time the clouds are gone and it’s in the high 60s and you’re ready for a light spring ...


A good pie crust is a culinary milestone

By Rachel Sauer

National Pie Day is March 14, so that was the day I intended to make a pie. Fresh pie! Homemade delight! Could anything be better? Except, maybe I needed to, um, do some laundry first. Yes! Clean dish cloths! And then perhaps I should mop. ...

Trooper honored as Carnegie hero for rescue

By The Associated Press

GREELEY – A Colorado state trooper who rescued a 10-year-old Greeley boy from an icy pond is being honored as a Carnegie hero. Daniel Harrison Haley saved Brenndan Daviet from drowning in November 2010. Haley was off-duty and with his ...

Police seek man who hijacked rental center truck

By The Associated Press

COLORADO SPRINGS — Colorado Springs police are trying to find a man who hijacked a rental center truck while it was being unloaded. Police say the truck was stolen Tuesday night when a man jumped in the driver’s seat and drove ...

Supreme Court to hear arguments over Cheney event arrest

By The Associated Press

DENVER — The U.S. Supreme Court will hear an appeal from Secret Service agents who say they should be shielded from a lawsuit over their arrest of a Colorado man who confronted Vice President Dick Cheney. The justices on Wednesday will ...

Boulder residents oppose new home for homeless

By The Associated Press

BOULDER — Boulder residents are opposing a new home for the homeless, saying it would hurt their quality of life. Dozens of people showed up at a city council on Tuesday for a hearing. A decision is not expected until April ...


Murder charges filed against brothers in death at Clifton mobile home park

By Paul Shockley

The Mesa County District Attorney’s Office on Tuesday formally filed first-degree murder charges against a pair of Clifton brothers suspected in the death of a Fruita man earlier this month. Julio Sesar Ortiz, 29, and Jose Juan Ortiz, ...

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