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Blotter, July 28, 2010

By Staff

Elderly man assaulted Troy A. Boss, 46, 1120 Lowell Court, Unit 44, was arrested Monday on suspicion of third-degree assault on an at-risk victim and second-degree trespassing. Boss was intoxicated and repeatedly hit a 71-year-old man in a ...


Boot Barn to fill Jo-Ann vacancy at Mesa Mall

By Emily Shockley

Boot Barn will be the newest addition to Mesa Mall. The Western-wear outfitter will move into the storefront outside Sears currently reserved for Jo-Ann Fabrics & Crafts, which is closing in August. The move could happen as soon as this ...


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REI to give $22,00 to local organizations

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

The local REI store plans this weekend to give more than $22,000 to three local organizations who work toward stewardship and outdoor recreation. The organizations set to receive money include the Colorado Monument Association, the Colorado ...


Tiara Rado Evening Ladies’ Club Golf Results July 28, 2010

By Staff

Tiara Rado Evening Ladies' League - July 28, 2010 Modified Scramble 1st Chris M., MJ L., Jan P., Debora W. 48 2nd Jeanie K., Chris B., Carrie W., Sharon ...


Broomfield bans marijuana dispensaries

By The AP

BROOMFIELD — Broomfield has become the latest city to ban medical marijuana dispensaries. The City Council Tuesday voted 8-2 on a ordinance prohibiting businesses that sell or grow medical marijuana as well as ones that make tinctures, ...


1 climber dies, 2 others injured in accident near Telluride

By The AP

TELLURIDE — One climber has died and two others are injured after being struck by falling rocks in the southwest Colorado mountains. San Miguel County authorities say 59-year-old Peter Topp of Colorado Springs died Monday before two ...


Death notice: July 28, 2010

By Staff

James Bates, 79, Grand Junction, died July 26, 2010, at Eagle Ridge of the Grand Valley. Private services will take place. Mr. Bates was a retired aeronautical engineer and collected antique automobiles. Memorial contributions to Roice-Hurst ...


State a finalist again for Race to the Top education funds

By Emily Shockley

Colorado is one of 19 finalists in the second round of the Race to the Top competition for federal education funds. Colorado was among 16 finalists in the first round, which was won earlier this year by Delaware and Tennessee. Winners of the ...


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Ride of his life: Recovered from brain injury, Christensen cycling to raise awareness

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A few months into his recovery, Jerry Christensen realized what he wanted to do for a living. Christensen was recovering from a near-fatal mountain bike accident in August 1998 that left him paralyzed on his entire left side. He was told he ...


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Monument wins 9-10 Little League state title

By Patrick Bahr

The Monument Little League 9-10 baseball team can hit and pitch quite well. During the 9-10 baseball state tournament at Monument Little League, Monument scored 45 runs and allowed only 12 runs in the span of three games. Those gaudy numbers ...


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