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Maes says reports he’s stepping down are false

By The AP

DENVER — GOP gubernatorial candidate Dan Maes says a round of automated phone calls telling registered Republicans he’s dropping out of the race and endorsing his GOP opponent are false. Maes has notified Attorney General John ...

EPA reviewing air pollution rules for oil, gas

By The AP

DENVER — The Environmental Protection Agency is holding public meetings in Texas and Denver next week as it reconsiders air pollution standards for oil and gas operations. The meetings are part of a settlement the EPA reached with ...

072810 Boulder Acoustic Mojo

Boulder Acoustic Society makes special stop at nursing home

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

Richard Crysler and Donna Cummings, partners for the past 33 years, used to love to attend live music concerts together. It was one of the joys of life for the couple who attended events at least twice a month until Cummings began battling ...

Caves closed because of fungus

By Dennis Webb

The U.S. Forest Service has declared thousands of caves and abandoned mines in Colorado and nearby states off-limits to the public for a year in an effort to slow the spread of a fungus that is deadly to bats. The closure began Tuesday. It ...

Teen chased, arrested in Clifton robbery

By Paul Shockley

A 17-year-old boy was arrested Monday night in connection with a robbery and beating of an employee at a Clifton business. Chad Michael Marez was chased by Mesa County Sheriff’s Department deputies after he fled out the back door at ...

Tom Tancredo

Tancredo wearing ‘maniacal egotist’ label with a smile

By Charles Ashby

Tom Tancredo may be a “maniacal egotist,” but there’s a method to his madness, he said Tuesday. By entering the race as a third-party candidate, the former Republican congressman turned American Constitution Party ...

‘Murder,’ man’s kin say during his funeral

By Paul Shockley

Several of the mourners who spoke during Tuesday’s memorial service for Jason Kemp referred to the Grand Junction man’s death as murder. Kemp, 31, was shot and killed July 20 in what multiple witnesses described as a confrontation ...

Delta asking citizens, businesses to limit power use today

By The Daily Sentinel

The City of Delta and Delta Montrose Electric Association wants citizens and businesses in Delta to limit electric service use between noon and 9:00 p.m. because a transformer has failed and power is being rerouted through other ...

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Great fishing can be had in areas you wouldn’t expect, like small streams

By Dave Buchanan

Under the heading, “More here than meets the eye,” we offer the example of fishing a small stream. Small, in this case, means anything too small to float and with only the occasional hole more than knee-deep. Angling writer John ...

072810 OUT young moose

Nibble this: Be sure to attend Grand Mesa Moose Day

By Dave Buchanan

Twig eaters. That’s what the Algonquin word “moose” means, an indication of what Colorado’s largest wild mammal loves to nibble. There are lots of twigs on Grand Mesa, and each year there are more moose. Current ...

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