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Email letters, May 7, 2012

By Staff

Chen editorial was a partisan cheap shot Did the writer of the May 5 editorial pay any attention to world news that, admittedly, takes place outside of Happy Valley? Where exactly did Secretary of State Clinton, and by extension, the ...


Email letters, May 7, 2012

By Staff

Chen editorial was a partisan cheap shot Did the writer of the May 5 editorial pay any attention to world news that, admittedly, takes place outside of Happy Valley? Where exactly did Secretary of State Clinton, and by extension, the ...


Senate committee kills state tax break on back-to-school items

By The Associated Press

DENVER – A proposed tax break on back-to-school shopping on clothes, computers and school supplies has been defeated in the closing days of the Colorado Legislature. A Senate committee rejected the proposal Monday despite the fact that ...


Another testicle ticket written in South Carolina

By The Associated Press

SPARTANBURG, S.C – For the second time in a year, a motorist has been ticketed in South Carolina for displaying a replica of human testicles on a vehicle. A Spartanburg County sheriff’s deputy stopped a truck Sunday evening after ...


Denver man convicted of strangling 3-year-old child

By The Associated Press

DENVER – A 26-year-old man has been found guilty of murder, child abuse and abuse of a corpse by a Denver jury. Angel Montoya was found guilty Monday for the 2007 death of 3-year-old Neveah Gallegos. She had been reported missing by her ...


Delta man arrested in wife’s death

By {screen_name}

Bond is to be set today for a Delta County man is awaiting a hearing after his arrest in connection with the unexplained death of his wife. Delta County authorities arrested Billy David Kissner on Friday in connection with a second-degree ...


Palisade hires girls basketball coach

By {screen_name}

Danielle Bagwell has been promoted to head girls basketball coach at Palisade High School. Bagwell has been an assistant at the school the past seven years, coaching basketball, soccer, track and softball. She is an English teacher at ...


Lincoln Park Ladies Golf Association League Results May 7, 2012

By Julie Norman

Lincoln Park Ladies' Golf Association - May 7, 2012 High Reverse - Flight 1 - 18 Hole Winners   1st Lyn Fraser   2nd Lynn ...


Warnings debated for frozen cow contamination

By The Associated Press

ASPEN – Rangers from the U.S. Forest Service are debating ways to warn hikers that frozen cows may have contaminated a popular hot springs before they were chopped up and removed last week. The Aspen-Sopris Ranger District posted a sign ...


Student hits concrete jumping from roof into pool

By The Associated Press

FORT COLLINS – A Colorado State University student was critically injured when he tried to jump into a pool from the roof of a Fort Collins apartment complex and hit the concrete. Ian Smith was reported in critical condition on Saturday ...


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