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Forest Service authorizes restricted alabaster mine

By Dennis Webb

The U.S. Forest Service has agreed to let an alabaster mine operate south of Carbondale, with surface activities barred for two months a year and strictly limited for five months a year to protect bighorn sheep. Elbram Stone Co., owner of the ...


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Suspect arrested after crime spree

By Dennis Webb

A 24-year-old Windsor man suspected of robbing a Rifle convenience store last week was arrested in Fort Collins on Tuesday after an alleged crime spree there that evening. Andrew Burgess Gregg was arrested Tuesday on a warrant out of Rifle ...


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PLAY BALL!

By Nick Walter

Matt Scofield had perhaps the most important role Thursday for the Fruita Monument High School baseball team, and it wasn’t necessarily getting on base as the leadoff hitter. Facing Horizon pitcher Danny Wise in the first inning of the ...


Comeback falls short for Olathe girls

By Staff

FORT COLLINS — Making their first appearance in the Class 3A Great Eight in more than three decades, Trinidad coach George Dasko joked that he and his team had trouble finding the entrance of Colorado State University’s Moby ...


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Opening nerves

By Nick Walter

Every now and then, Grand Junction’s Ryan Arnold would stop playing lacrosse and glance up at the developing, skeletal dorm rooms overlooking Walker Field at Colorado Mesa University. “Sometimes,” he said. “When I ...


Pursuing Manning makes sense for Broncos

By Rick Jussel

My official Inside-the-NFL source — the same fellow who keeps me running just a couple of steps ahead of the government — local accountant Jeff Wendland, broached the question about a week ago: So why don’t the Broncos sign ...


Three-time defending champs too much for Plateau Valley

By Staff

LOVELAND — Just more than five minutes into its Class 1A boys basketball state tournament matchup with three-time defending champion Caliche, Plateau Valley stood in good position. That footing, however, quickly deteriorated, and the ...


Carsten leads Paonia girls into 2A semifinals

By Staff

PUEBLO — Not often does a coach try to get a player to be selfish, but that’s what Paonia’s Scott Rienks has dealt with this season. Ce’rra Carsten made her coach proud Thursday. “This whole team is all about ...


Palisade promotes Tafel to be boys hoops coach

By Nick Walter

The Brian Tafel era has begun. Palisade High School on Thursday announced the promotion of Brian Tafel to head coach of the Palisade boys basketball team. Tafel, 27, who has been coaching with the Bulldogs the past three seasons, replaced ...


Maverick Classic will have downtown criterium

By Staff

The Colorado Mesa cycling team is adding a downtown criterium to its Maverick Classic on March 24. The criterium starts at 5 p.m. at US Bank, 422 White Ave., with a 0.8-mile loop around downtown. Roads will be closed to automobile traffic ...


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