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Real Estate Transactions

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NORTH               SOLD PRICE 653 1/2 Serenity Lane $141,900 2712 Midway Ave. $282,000 2499 Lake Park Court #A $168,000 2499 Lake Park Drive $178,000 2820 Keystone Court $302,500 2520  ...

Man charged in Fruita slaying pleads not guilty

By Paul Shockley

A Fruita man charged with second-degree murder in the shooting death of his roommate pleaded not guilty this morning. Wayne Gert, 37, was scheduled for an eight-day trial before District Judge Thomas Deister starting Feb. 28. Gert was ...

Moose, toddler run-in likely a freak accident

By The AP

GRAND LAKE — Authorities say a run-in between a moose and a toddler in north-central Colorado appears to be a freak accident. The moose trampled the child as he played on the beach of Shadow Mountain Reservoir near Grand Lake on ...

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La Puerta renovates ballroom in Margery Building

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

David and Nealy Riley wanted to renovate the grand ballroom in the Margery building at 523 1/2 Main St. downtown to reflect its glory in days gone by. However, they’re not sure what exactly that glory may have looked like. ...

Ritter could allow nurses to give anesthesia

By The AP

DENVER — Colorado could join 15 other states in allowing advanced-practice nurses to administer anesthesia without a doctor’s supervision. The Denver Post reports Gov. Bill Ritter is leaning toward making the change to help rural ...

Rep. Salazar asks for tuition deal at Fort Lewis

By The AP

DURANGO — U.S. Rep. John Salazar says the federal government should be responsible for covering the out-of-state tuition costs for Native American students at Fort Lewis College. Colorado has been paying the tuition of in-state and ...

Friday deadline for setting Colorado ballot firm

By The AP

DENVER — Secretary of State Bernie Buescher says he will certify the November ballot by the close of business Friday, despite an ongoing campaign by the Colorado Republican Party to recruit a new gubernatorial candidate. Buescher says ...


Teen’s death ruled a homicide

By Paul Shockley

A Central High School sophomore who died Wednesday had attended classes that day until school let out around 2:50 p.m., according to School District 51 spokesman Jeff Kirtland. Approximately 40 minutes later, someone called 911 and told ...

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Father dies in truck crash, less than two years after son’s fatal accident

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A Fruita man who died Thursday when his truck rolled near the west entrance to Colorado National Monument was the father of a man who died in an automobile accident less than two years ago. John Luther Fullmer III, 48, was driving a 2005 GMC ...

‘Choke off’ funds for health care, Tipton says

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The Republican candidate for the 3rd Congressional District called for reductions in the size of the federal government and said he would vote to “choke off funding” for health-care legislation passed by the current ...

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