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Group suing to block Christo’s “Over the River”

By The Associated Press

DENVER — Opponents of the artist Christo’s plan to suspend giant fabric panels over parts of the scenic Arkansas River are asking a federal judge to block him. The group Rags Over the Arkansas River contends the U.S. Bureau of ...


Triple Played: Huge variety of musicians on ‘Chimes of Freedom’

By Staff

Bob Dylan is the greatest songwriter of my generation and maybe of all-time. I have said that many times. I also have said that sometimes the fact is even more evident when someone else is singing one of Dylan’s songs. This never has ...


Tess on the Town: Italian dinner and wine

By Staff

I was all set to go to a wine-pairing dinner at Carino’s on Tuesday. I was dolled up (well, in a slap-dash way) and getting jazzed about a romantic night out. Then my date called from work. “I’m tied up, I don’t know ...


Bradford mulling options

By Charles Ashby

Rep. Laura Bradford said today that she will decide on Friday whether to resign her House seat or leave the Republican Party after a week of being accused of violating legislative privilege. The Collbran Republican said the Denver Police ...


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Winter Dance Concert set for Feb. 9-11

By Tammy Gemaehlich

Communication, heart health, rhythm and fashion will be addressed through dance at the Beyond Boundaries Dance Collective 2012 Winter Dance Concert. The dance collective, which is made up of dancers and teachers from the Grand Valley, will ...


Neslin leaving state oil, gas post for law firm

By Dennis Webb

David Neslin, who shepherded through numerous rule changes as director of the Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission, is leaving his job to become a partner at a law firm and represent energy industry clients. Neslin on March 1 will ...


Email letters, Feb. 1, 2012

By Staff

City County and county commission should modify their legislative prayer Contrary to Robert Burkholder’s recollection in his Jan. 30 letter “Teachings from the Bible are essential to our country” — as Gary Harmon can ...


Landscape photographer featured in displays

By Tammy Gemaehlich

Landscape photographer Doug Sprock is February’s featured artist at Frame Depot, 529 Bogart Lane, and an opening reception for his exhibit is set for 1–4 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 4. Sprock occasionally photographs iconic landmarks, but ...


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Italians claim top spots in mountaineering championships

By Dave Buchanan

Their national economy may be faltering but Italian ski-mountaineers remain among the most-durable in the world. That point was proven again this weekend when two Italian alpinists climbed and skied away from an international field to claim ...


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Utah adds units, decreases licenses for 2012 deer hunting season

By Dave Buchanan

The application period for 2012 Utah deer hunting season begins today and prospective hunters have several new regulations to consider. Instead of the traditional five hunting regions, Utah now has 30 deer hunting units. A hunter familiar ...


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