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Woman withdraws restraining order against Sharpe

By The AP

ATLANTA — A woman has withdrawn her petition for a temporary restraining order against former NFL player Shannon Sharpe. Sharpe was scheduled to appear in an Atlanta court Monday to address the woman’s allegations that he forced ...

Savor summer at tonight’s final farmers market

By Amy Hamilton

Not ready yet to let go of summer’s bounty of ripe vegetables and fresh-picked fruit? Haven’t gotten your fill of outdoor music enjoyed with friends on a warm, late summer night? Make it last a little a longer by visiting the ...

Tiara Rado Senior Men’s Club September 16, 2010

By Staff

Tiara Rado Senior Men's League - September 16, 2010 Low Gross/Low Net-Flight 1 1st Gross Steve Jantzer 71 2nd Gross Don Ehmsen 74 3rd ...

Census: 1 in 7 Americans live in poverty

By The AP

WASHINGTON — The ranks of the working-age poor climbed to the highest level since the 1960s as the recession threw millions of people out of work last year, leaving one in seven Americans in poverty. The overall poverty rate climbed to ...

Weld Co. woman 1st West Nile death in Colorado

By The AP

GREELEY — Weld County health officials say a 79-year-old woman has died from the West Nile virus. The Weld County Department of Public Health and Environment said Wednesday that it is Colorado’s first death related to the virus ...

091610 silo painters mojo

The Outsiders on quest to paint historic buildings

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

Mary Ellen Andrews and Wilda Fortune unfolded their easels, squirted a variety of rust- and grey-colored paint, and began recreating the historic silos on south 7th Street Thursday morning. The Mesa Feed Mart silos have been a Grand Junction ...

Crews contain 65 percent of N. Colo. wildfire

By The AP

LOVELAND — Calmer-than-expected weather has allowed crews to contain about 65 percent of a northern Colorado wildfire. Fire managers say high winds predicted Wednesday didn’t materialize, allowing crews to nearly double the ...

State parks board considers higher fees

By The AP

BASALT — The Colorado State Parks Board is considering raising fees for entrance passes, some campgrounds and other facilities to make up for declining state funding. The board is meeting today in Basalt. Members are looking at raising ...

Medical pot shops worried about zoning rules

By The AP

COLORADO SPRINGS — Medical marijuana businesses in Colorado Springs plan to oppose a proposal that would push them away from religious buildings. Medical marijuana advocates say they worry that officials will propose zoning regulations ...

Report: Fracking chemicals in NE Pa. water wells

By The AP

DIMOCK, Pa. — A private lab reports finding toxic chemicals in the drinking water of a Pennsylvania community already dealing with methane contamination from natural gas drilling. Daniel Farnham tells The Times-Tribune of Scranton that ...

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