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Rash of violent crimes shakes Western Slope

By Staff

The shootings of Terry Fine and Flo Gallagher on Oct. 11 were the most horrific crimes of 2008, but they weren’t the only disquieting crimes in western Colorado this year. A spate of violent crimes shook western Colorado residents, not ...


Wildlife-Parks merger close to approval

By The AP

DENVER — A money-saving merger of the state Division of Wildlife with Colorado State Parks has now cleared both chambers of the state Legislature and appears close to approval. The House voted 49-14 today in favor of the merger, which ...


Colorado keeping adultery law after all

By The AP

DENVER — Colorado appears likely to keep its unenforced adultery law on the books. A legislative committee in the Colorado House voted today to reject a bill repealing that crime. The bill would have eliminated crimes for which marital ...


Calendar: Week of May 6, 2011

By Staff

FRIDAY, MAY 6 Mesa State College Choirs Pops Concert, 7:30 p.m., Robinson Theatre, Moss Performing Arts Center, 1231 N. 12th St., $10 adults, $8 seniors, $5 students/children, 248-1604. Shea Bramer and Friends, pop and rock, 7 p.m., ...


3 companies fined by EPA for bad gas

By The AP

DENVER — Western Convenience Stores Inc. and two other companies have been fined $2.5 million for allegedly illegally mixing and distributing more than a million gallons of bad gasoline. Environmental Protection Agency officials in ...


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Swiss ‘JetMan’ calls off Grand Canyon flight

By The AP

HUALAPAI INDIAN RESERVATION, Ariz. — Swiss “JetMan” Yves Rossy canceled his first U.S. flight in a jet-propelled wing suit at the last minute today, saying he didn’t have enough time to train. Rossy had planned to jump ...


Injunction sought over Utah citizenship check law

By The AP

SALT LAKE CITY — Two civil rights groups asked a federal judge Friday to stop a Utah immigration law from taking effect next week, saying it would create a police state and violate constitutional rights to due process. The American ...


Colorado gov. signs $18 billion budget into law

By The AP

DENVER — Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper today signed into law a state budget for next year that trims spending and will likely force teacher layoffs and the closure of some schools and state parks. The $18 billion spending plan for the ...


Entertainment briefs: Gem show, reading programs

By Staff

Gem and mineral show date changed to October The Gem & Mineral Club’s show, which has traditionally been held Mother’s Day weekend, has been moved to a different date. The show will be Oct. 15–16 at Two Rivers ...


Music Scene: Choir pops concert

By Tammy Gemaehlich

The music of the Beach Boys, Barry Manilow, vocal jazz and favorite musicals will highlight the Mesa State Choirs Pops Concert set for 7:30 p.m. Friday, May 6, at Robinson Theatre in the college’s Moss Performing Arts Center, 1231 N. ...


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