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Stray Grass

By Melinda Mawdsley

Growing up invested in rock, the three primary members of Stray Grass admit they were a little late to the bluegrass scene. But, as they see it, it’s better late than never. Founded about six years ago, Stray Grass is made up of members ...


Prosecutor: Boy in family shootings to enter plea

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

FORT MORGAN — A 13-year-old Colorado boy accused of killing his parents and wounding two siblings will plead guilty to murder charges as a juvenile to avoid being tried as an adult, a prosecutor said Friday. District Attorney Bob ...


Broncos’ Cox appears in court in sex assault case

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

CASTLE ROCK — A judge has granted Denver Broncos cornerback Perrish Cox more time to review a statement he gave to police investigating sex assault allegations against him. Cox faces one count of sexual assault against a victim who was ...


Email letters, August 26, 2011

By Staff

Drivers need to be more respectful I purchased a motorcycle in early summer, thinking it would be a great way to enjoy life here in the Grand Valley. My 8-year-old daughter loves to ride and she has really enjoyed riding to school the past ...


The game is more fun when the home team wins

By Staff

I had free tickets to a Colorado Rockies game last weekend, so my husband and I decided to drive over Saturday, spend the night and take our son and his roommate to the game Sunday. Good thing the tickets were free, because the one-night ...


Chamber backs school district waiver

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The Grand Junction Area Chamber of Commerce is supporting a mill-levy waiver that would allow School District 51 to offset what the chamber called “monumental cuts in state funding of K-12 education.” The board voted this morning ...


Greeley firefighter accused of vandalism

By The AP

GREELEY — A Greeley firefighter is facing charges of criminal mischief after he admitted putting sugar in another firefighter’s gas tank. Police said 38-year-old firefighter Kevin Adler told them he put sugar in the gas tank ...


Broncos’ Cox due in court in sex assault case

By The AP

CASTLE ROCK — Denver Broncos cornerback Perrish Cox is due in court for the first time since the release of details of sex assault charges against him. Cox faces one count of sexual assault against a victim who was physically helpless ...


Larimer County residents oppose church temple

By The AP

FORT COLLINS — Some Larimer County residents are opposing plans for a temple for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Residents are telling county commissioners the temple will hurt property values and increase traffic. LDS ...


State has no funds to help quake victims

By The AP

TRINIDAD — Colorado officials say they have no money to help earthquake victims in southern Colorado. Department of Local Affairs spokeswoman Linda Rice says the state is providing technical assistance, including geological analysis, ...


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