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Colorado troopers credited with saving life of airline passenger

By The Associated Press

DENVER – Two Colorado State Patrol troopers are being credited with saving an airline passenger’s life after the man collapsed and became unconscious on a Delta flight from Denver to Atlanta. Lt. Colonel Brenda Leffler tells ...


Adobe Creek Sr. Men’s League April 25, 2012

By Staff

Adobe Creek Senior Men's League - April 25, 2012 First Flight 1st Ron Boyce   2nd Don Riggle   3rd George ...


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Researchers solve mystery surrounding black swift migration

By Dave Buchanan

Three Colorado bird researchers have solved a half-century old mystery involving a bullet-shaped bird that nests in Colorado but disappears each winter. This isn’t a “whodunit” but more a “wheredunit” involving ...


Jogger trapped after being hit by SUV

By The Associated Press

BOULDER — A Boulder jogger suffered minor injuries after he was hit by an SUV and pinned against a sign. Boulder police say 24-year-old Joseph Sampson was hit by a vehicle driven by a University of Colorado student. According to the ...


Settlement reached on Xcel rate hike

By The Associated Press

DENVER — A settlement in a dispute over a rate hike will leave Xcel Energy customers in Colorado paying an additional $69 million. Utility executives told the Colorado Public Utilities Commission on Tuesday that the settlement with ...


Brief chase preceded crash that killed two

By Dennis Webb

A car that crashed Monday, resulting in two deaths, had minutes earlier sped through a construction zone, triggering a pursuit that a deputy called off miles before the accident occurred, the Garfield County Sheriff’s Department ...


Vote delayed on vehicle late fees

By Charles Ashby

DENVER — A bill that would reduce vehicle late fees to $25 got a reprieve from possible death in a Senate committee Tuesday when the chairwoman of the panel delayed voting on it. After several people testified on the bill, most in ...


Tea partiers, Occupiers plan May rallies in GJ

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Tea partiers and members of the Occupy movement will vie on different days next week for the attention of residents as they host separate events at Lincoln Park. Occupy Grand Junction becomes Occupy May Day on Tuesday, listing the observance ...


City to flush hydrants next week

By Amy Hamilton

Starting Monday, residents around Grand Junction can expect to see city workers flushing out the fire hydrants and sending a torrent of water into the streets. The work is required to keep bacteria from building up in the waterlines and is ...


Delta to wait on its pick for new superintendent

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Delta County School District 50J will be without a permanent leader a little bit longer. Delta’s School Board, two advisory boards with a total of 24 community members, and district staff interviewed three candidates last week for the ...


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