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Sound Check: Frank Bregar Orchestra

By Melinda Mawdsley

The Frank Bregar Orchestra plays a toe-tappin’ style of music. Whether it is jazz, waltz or light rock, the 11-member group has such a large, rich sound that even the orchestra’s members can’t help but tap their feet during ...

Go to Gateway Canyons Classic Auto Fest

By Tammy Gemaehlich

The Gateway Canyons seventh annual Classic Auto Fest offers something for everyone, and it can be on the casual side or with a touch of flare. The Gateway Canyons Car Show will be on display from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, May 12, at Gateway ...

Tess on the Town: Suds Bros.

By Tess Furey

Somebody is creating suds in Fruita. They’re not the first to try to float a brew pub in the west-end valley town. In fact, they are the third brewery in the same location on Aspen Avenue in Fruita. But Suds Brothers Brewery seems to ...


FAIRY RE-TALE: These stories are never told once upon a time

By Rachel Sauer

Once upon a time (because the best stories begin that way)... Yes, once upon a time there was a wrinkled, bent little man living far, far away in the ancient forest. And there was a magic flower, and children who wanted to pick it. There was ...

Lines West: May 11, 2012

By Staff

Keon the Thief I saw Keon do it. He stole food from the walk-in. Took a pizza from the restaurant. Took a bottle of booze Meant for the liquor closet. Slipped it into his coat. He’s a thief. Keon stole a stereo in the ...

Larimer sheriff’s office defends use of GPS tracker on critic’s vehicle

By The Associated Press

FORT COLLINS — The Larimer County Sheriff’s Office is defending the use of a GPS tracker to follow a critic of the department. The department says the tracking was justified because authorities thought she was planning to kidnap ...

Westminster pet store employee charged with animal abuse

By The Associated Press

GOLDEN — A 19-year-old Denver man is charged with stealing and killing hamsters from a pet store where he worked. William Riddick is due in court Friday to be advised of the charges. A spokeswoman for the Jefferson County district ...

Two witnesses stabbed during domestic disturbance

By The Associated Press

COLORADO SPRINGS — Two witnesses suffered serious injuries when they were stabbed while trying to intervene in a domestic disturbance. Colorado Springs police say a man and woman were fighting Thursday night when the two witnesses tried ...

Officials find 10 tainted DUI samples among 800 tested

By The Associated Press

DENVER — Colorado DUI lab officials have found 10 tainted tests caused by faulty lab procedures. The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment is retesting 1,700 blood samples after officials admitted a lab technician failed ...

Pro-marijuana group airs first ad in Colorado

By The Associated Press

DENVER — Marijuana legalization supporters are courting mothers in their first television campaign ad of the year. An ad airing today in Denver features a young woman emailing her mother to talk about marijuana. The young woman argues ...

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