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Crooked Creek Pass perfect place for summer getaway

By Bill Haggerty

There was a crooked man and he walked a crooked mile, He found a crooked sixpence upon a crooked stile. He bought a crooked cat, which caught a crooked mouse. And they all lived together in a little crooked house. I could not remember that ...


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Don’t be surprised to see elk calves thanks to lingering winter snowpack

By Dave Buchanan

The lingering winter snowpack has had an interesting side effect: Elk calves are showing up in rancher’s yards. “We’ve had some ranchers say the elk are calving in their pastures this spring,” said Bill de Vergie, ...


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Vet baffled by VA’s refusal to pay bill

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When Larry Schafer started trembling uncontrollably on May 24, his wife, Karen, called for emergency help. “I was shaking so bad I thought I was having a heart attack,” Schafer said. Ambulance personnel sat in his dining room and ...


District may test waters for tax hike for schools

By Staff

School District 51 officials are considering asking voters whether to approve a mill levy override that would increase taxes by $5.39 per month for every $100,000 of a home’s worth. That would equal an extra $64.68 of property tax a ...


Oil shale water rights nullified

By Dennis Webb

A judge Friday canceled some 140,000 acre-feet of White River Basin conditional water rights that had been intended partly for use in potential oil shale development, attorneys say. “It certainly is, I think, a pretty large victory for ...


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Tours reveal Redstone Castle’s storied history

By Dennis Webb

REDSTONE — Longtime Redstone business owner Bob McCormick has met a lot of people who have driven Colorado Highway 133 for decades without ever pulling off to explore the little village. When they finally do, he said, “They say, ...


Religion Briefs, July 2, 2011

By Staff

Fruita Freedom Festival set Sunday Fruita Christian Church will host the Fruita Freedom Festival from 4 to 8 p.m. Sunday, at 208 N. Maple, in Fruita. The event will feature food and games, pony rides, a watermelon eating contest and seed ...


Humans alone declare independence from physical laws

By Gary McCallister

Science is the study of the material world. The material world works according to a series of physical laws. These laws seem to be universal throughout time. The laws also seem to apply everywhere throughout the universe. Where these laws come ...


Getting It Right, July 2, 2011

By Staff

A story on Page One Friday should have said School District 51 officials are considering asking voters to approve a property tax increase that would equal $5.39 per month for a home valued at $100,000. That would be $64.68 a year on a home ...


Attorney in Terri Schiavo case to speak on Sunday

By Rachel Sauer

When Bob and Mary Schindler approached the Christian Law Association in 2003 for help keeping their daughter alive, attorney David Gibbs III initially thought the case was beyond hope. He thought their daughter, Terri Schiavo, was brain dead, ...


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