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061710 Math camp MOJO

Engineering camp inspires green ideas

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

Elementary school students are learning about renewable resources and thinking of big ideas for sustainable energy production at the Math and Science Center’s “Wild for Engineering” camp this week. “They are thinking ...


Deal calls for probation in child prostitution case

By Paul Shockley

A plea agreement formalized today calls for probation in the case of a Grand Junction man accused of soliciting an underage girl for sex. Matthew D. Joslin, 33, pleaded guilty to felony Internet luring of a child and misdemeanor solicitation. ...


Weld County DA clears officers in fatal shooting

By The AP

GREELEY— Weld County District Attorney Ken Buck says he will not file charges against officers who fatally shot a 60-year-old man outside an Evans truck stop last month. Authorities say SWAT team officers killed Kenneth Yeager after he ...


Injured veterans on cross-country cycling trek

By The AP

DENVER — A group of injured military veterans cycling from the Golden Gate Bridge to Virginia Beach is passing through Colorado. Riders on the 4,000-mile Sea to Shining Sea trek, sponsored by State Farm, started their journey last ...


Woman accused of marrying 2 Fort Carson soldiers

By The AP

COLORADO SPRINGS — A woman has been charged with bigamy for allegedly marrying another soldier while her husband was deployed to Iraq. Eugene Alton Patton, Jr. told police that he returned home to find out that his wife, 29-year-old ...


061710 Severe weather 1

Still no escape from wind for former Kansas residents

By Staff

Dawn and Lewis Martin thought they had escaped the high winds of tornado alley when they moved to Fruita from Kansas two years ago. But those winds followed the couple Wednesday when they blew through the Grand Valley, knocking down power ...


Legislator wants to ax benefits for part-timers

By Charles Ashby

Rep. Laura Bradford is calling on the state to end its practice of offering benefits to part-time workers. The Collbran Republican said the practice isn’t done in the private sector and that the state may be wasting taxpayers’ ...


Sens. Bennet, Udall cautious on Obama’s $50 billion request

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Both Colorado senators are treating with caution President Obama’s request for $50 billion to ease the burden on state and local governments. Obama is asking for the spending that he told Congress is needed to avoid “massive ...


Udall may lead regional wilderness issue

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The defeat of Utah Sen. Bob Bennett, a Republican, could have repercussions that would put Colorado Sen. Mark Udall, a Democrat, at the head of the regional wilderness movement. The Southern Utah Wilderness Alliance hasn’t given up on ...


061710 D51 recruit

More experienced applicants seeking school district jobs

By Emily Shockley

While school districts across the state brace for layoffs, School District 51 is hiring for more than 230 positions for the 2010-11 school year. District 51 eliminated the equivalent of 46 full-time positions for the 2010-11 school year ...


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