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Air Force C-130s join wildfire fight in Colorado

By The Associated Press

COLORADO SPRINGS — At least one Air Force tanker plane has joined the fight against a Colorado wildfire after the U.S. Forest Service requested four of the specially equipped C-130s. A C-130 was dropping fire retardant on the Waldo ...


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Montrose smoke fueled sunsets 2012

By Dean Humphrey

View surreal sunsets as smoke covers the sky near Montrose  ...


Dock gives way, sending bridal party into lake

By The Associated Press

SHELBYVILLE, Mich. — A West Michigan wedding party ended up soaked this weekend after the dock on which they were standing gave way during a photo shoot. No one was injured in Saturday’s plunge during the reception at Bay Pointe ...


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Kids get unplugged at Cross Orchards

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

No iPod, TV — not even a toaster. The kids attending the annual Kid’s Camp at Cross Orchards are learning that some of our modern electronics are making life harder, not easier. “Step back 100 years ago and they’re ...


Chipeta Men’s League June 25, 2012

By Julie Norman

Chipeta Men's League - June 25, 2012 Low Gross / Low Net - Front 9 1st Gross Dustin Cockroft 30 2nd Gross Braeden Bennett 31 3rd ...


Email letters, June 25, 2012

By Staff

Henry acts for welfare of valley, not for special interests After seeing the well-organized letter campaign in recent issues of the paper, I was reminded that when one group intends to elect a specific person to an office, others will likely ...


Suspect held in fatal shooting of Denver officer

By The Associated Press

DENVER — Denver police say a 21-year-old man has been arrested in the shooting death of a policewoman at a city park. Police Chief Robert White said Monday that Rollen Oliver was arrested on suspicion of first-degree murder in the fatal ...


Colorado court strikes down Grand Valley well case

By Charles Ashby

The Colorado Supreme Court struck down a Colorado Court of Appeals decision holding that the Grand Valley Citizen’s Alliance had the right to challenged the Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission for approving a well permit in ...


Court strikes down much of Arizona immigration law

By The Associated Press

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Supreme Court struck down key provisions of Arizona’s crackdown on immigrants Monday but said a much-debated portion on checking suspects’ status could go forward. The court did not throw out the state ...


Traffic flow on U.S. 6&50 changing

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Motorists who have become accustomed to driving on the far edges of the U.S. Highway 6&50 corridor will this weekdrive down the middle of the new road. Drivers will have until October at the latest to get accustomed to the new ...


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