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‘Love Letters’ play to be at Two Rivers

By Tammy Gemaehlich

Nearly 50 years of notes, letters and cards create a captivating and touching love story in the dinner theater production of “Love Letters,” presented by Smoke and Mirrors Theatre Company. The correspondence between “Love ...

Kyle Dyer

Denver TV anchor bitten by dog during live broadcast

By The Associated Press

DENVER — A veteran Denver television anchor was injured Wednesday after she was bitten in the face by a dog while doing a live broadcast about a dog rescued by a firefighter. Kyle Dyer was doing a follow-up interview on the rescue of ...

Aspen resort begins limiting liquor

By The Associated Press

ASPEN — A Colorado ski resort is imposing limits on alcoholic beverages at its mountain bistro because resort officials are tired of carting tipsy skiers down the mountain. The Cloud Nine Alpine Bistro at Aspen Highlands has imposed a ...

Over the Top: Dance Lessons

By Bob Silbernagel


Wine Openers: Moscato finds its sweet spot

By Dave Buchanan

There’s long been a saying in the wine industry that customers “talk dry but drink sweet.” That’s more true now than even 10 years ago, given the recent rise in popularity of sweet wines. These range from the ...

Hey speedy: Race is on at Powderhorn

By Dave Buchanan

The Giants just won a year’s worth of bragging rights, now it’s your turn. The third annual Subaru Town Race is Saturday and Feb. 18 at Powderhorn Mountain Resort. This old-fashioned all-comers race features a giant slalom on ...


Antler hunting’s popularity raises impact concerns from wildlife managers

By Dave Buchanan

At 8:30 a.m. Sunday, the temperature a few miles west of Gunnison climbed to 10 degrees under a cloudless sky. That’s tolerable inside a vehicle, but for the deer and elk feeding among the sagebrush flats, it’s just another day to ...


Final vote on agencies’ merger set for Thursday, Feb. 9

By Dave Buchanan

A plan to finalize the merger between Colorado State Parks and the Colorado Division of Wildlife faces one last test Thursday. The Parks and Wildlife Commission will takes its much-anticipated final vote on the merger, which began 10 months ...

Denver animal control officer guilty of animal cruelty

By The Associated Press

DENVER — A Denver animal control officer has been found guilty of animal cruelty after a dog died and a second suffered a heat seizure while in her custody. Jennifer Mooney was found guilty Tuesday on two counts of animal cruelty in the ...

Boulder extends ban on new pot dispensaries

By The Associated Press

BOULDER — No new marijuana dispensaries will be allowed in Boulder until at least November while the city reviews laws and policies on the sale of the drug over cost concerns. City Attorney Tom Carr says it cost the city about $135,000 ...

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