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Cocker, Petty performances made for Red Rocks at its best

By Rock Cesario

As far as I am concerned, there is no better venue to see a concert than Red Rocks Amphitheatre. I have seen many shows there since the 1970s, but this was the first trip there for my son, Matt. So it was with great anticipation that four of ...


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Chef Camp: Fun fundamentals for summer learning

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

The Western Colorado Community College is providing a fun and unique way for middle school children to learn something new this summer. More than a dozen preteens stepped into the kitchen of Certified Executive Chef Jon St. Peter this week ...


Ritter’s last bills focus on Colo. clean energy

By The AP

DENVER — Gov. Bill Ritter is set to hold his final bill signing ceremony and he’s using the event to focus on renewable energy. He plans to sign a package of bills during Friday’s event. They includes ones to create a smart ...


Toddler’s favorite game answers the question, ‘What should we do with all the willow limbs?’

By Penny Stine

I love being outside, especially now that the weather is finally warm enough to be out there without a jacket and long underwear. It’s nice, too, that the local tornado season seems to be over. Earlier in the spring, the wind was ...


Washed out bridge cancels weddings in Boulder

By The AP

BOULDER — What’s worse than rain on your wedding day? Try a swollen creek washing out the only bridge to your dream wedding spot. This week’s flooding destroyed the bridge to Boulder’s Red Lion Restaurant, forcing ...


City bans next frontier in marijuana debate

By The AP

COLORADO SPRINGS — Colorado’s pot debate is headed to the cities. Less than a week after a new law cleared the way for Colorado cities to ban marijuana dispensaries if they wish, some are already moving to ban pot shops. One of ...


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Ride the Rockies kicks off in Junction

By Patrick Bahr

Ride the Rockies began 25 years ago in Grand Junction, with bicyclists making their way 305 miles to Denver. For its Silver Anniversary, Ride the Rockies is starting its seven-day ride in Grand Junction again. Sunday, 2,000 cyclists begin a ...


CU migrates from Big 12 to Pac-10 conference

By Charles Ashby

The University of Colorado is joining the Pacific-10 conference, but CU officials are hoping that switch will do more than just showcase its football program. CU Regents Chairman Steve Bosley confirmed the news Thursday that the university is ...


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Glacier Ice Arena closing

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Grand Valley residents this weekend can take advantage of a last chance to ice skate — or just watch the skaters — at The Glacier Ice Arena. The Glacier, 2515 Riverside Parkway, will close Monday after a four-year run. Owners ...


Grand jury to take on case of medicinal pot growing

By Paul Shockley

District Attorney Pete Hautzinger said Thursday that two of his deputies are presenting evidence to a Mesa County grand jury in the investigation of a local, large-scale, marijuana-grow operation. Hautzinger didn’t identify the grand ...


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