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Mix and match

By Penny Stine

Some gardening practices may have worked well when Old McDonald was farming 160 acres, but aren’t as practical or as necessary when we’re planning a little garden plot for a few tomatoes and some basil. If you’re farming to ...


Wake up your lawn properly

By Penny Stine

I’s tempting to look at the lawn, which has turned brown over the winter, and start watering on a daily basis as soon as water is in the irrigation ditches. Especially since this past winter was so dry, it’s only logical to think ...

CU warns students of false racial reports

By The Associated Press

BOULDER – University of Colorado Chancellor Phil DiStefano is warning students that recent alleged false police reports are unjustly targeting people of color and create a climate of fear on campus. One incident involved a CU student ...

Vail Resorts buys Kirkwood resort in $18M deal

By The Associated Press

BROOMFIELD –  Vail Resorts Inc. has completed the purchase of Kirkwood Mountain Resort at Lake Tahoe, Calif., and some undeveloped sites near the ski resort for about $18 million. Vail Resorts, which runs ski resorts, luxury hotels ...

Pig, calf carcases found in ditch near DIA

By The Associated Press

BRIGHTON – The bodies of more than a dozen baby pigs and calves have been discovered in a ditch near Denver International Airport. Adams County investigators tell KCNC-TV it looks like the animals died somewhere else and were dumped in ...

Tiara Rado Senior Men’s Club April 12, 2012

By Staff

Tiara Rado Senior Men's League - April 12, 2012 Low Gross / Low Net - Flight 1 1st Gross Jack Buford 76 2nd Gross Bob Hughes  ...

School bus driver cleared dispatch before getting ticket for drunk driving

By {screen_name}

The company that provides bus service for School District 51 is reviewing its policies and procedures after at least two of its employees apparently failed to notice and report something that didn’t escape the attention of a middle ...


Agency completes campaign for special homes

By {screen_name}

Mesa Developmental Services recently reached its goal of gathering $2.3 million to pay for the construction of three specialized homes for people with complicated medical issues and disabilities. The homes were built in 2010 to accommodate a ...

Lottery game would help veterans

By Charles Ashby

Coloradans may get the chance to decide at the polls this fall whether they want to see a special lottery game that benefits programs for veterans. Under a bill approved in a Senate committee Wednesday, the Colorado Lottery would come up with ...

NRC clarifies uranium mill licensing stance

By Dennis Webb

The federal Nuclear Regulatory Commission is clarifying recent statements about a Montrose County uranium mill proposal, saying it does not intend to seek a retroactive review of Colorado’s licensing of the proposal. Nor will it ...

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