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Durango & Silverton trains halted by mud, rocks

By The AP

DURANGO — Train service on the Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad will be limited after heavy rains flooded the tracks, causing a mud and rock slide. Railroad spokeswoman Andrea Seid says more than 500 passengers had to be ...


Education groups back income, sales tax hikes for public schools

By The AP

DENVER — Two influential education groups are backing an initiative to raise Colorado’s income and sales taxes for public school funding. The Colorado Association of School Boards and the Colorado Association of School Executives ...


Murder charges filed against Clifton teen

By Paul Shockley

A Clifton man was charged formally Tuesday with two counts of first-degree murder in connection with an alleged gang-fueled, one-day crime spree that included a man’s slaying, two armed robberies and a residential burglary. In a ...


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County to fight Montrose hospital ruling

By William Woody

MONTROSE—The Montrose County Commission received an earful of contempt Tuesday from the public and employees of Montrose Memorial Hospital shortly before the commission voted to challenge last week’s court decision granting ...


Senators grudgingly vote for compromise federal spending bill

By Charles Ashby

Colorado’s two senators said they had to hold their noses Tuesday while voting for a compromise plan to raise the nation’s debt limit and cut federal spending. Sens. Mark Udall and Michael Bennet said that while the measure was ...


School tax group turns in ballot measure signatures

By Charles Ashby

The group trying to get a measure on this fall’s ballot to raise taxes for education turned thousands of signatures into the Colorado Secretary of State’s Office on Monday. The group, Support Our Schools for a Bright Colorado, ...


BLM to round up horses near Norwood

By Staff

In September, the Bureau of Land Management will gather about 60 wild horses in the Spring Creek Basin Herd Management Area southwest of Norwood. BLM officials said Tuesday they want to reduce the herd’s population so it is in better ...


Garfield hedges support for group against drilling

By Dennis Webb

GLENWOOD SPRINGS — Garfield County commissioners said Tuesday they continue to support efforts to protect 220,000 acres west of Carbondale from oil and gas development, but they emphasized the qualified nature of that ...


Death Notices, Aug. 3, 2011

By Staff

Richard Frank Burrows, 81, Grand Junction, died Aug. 1, 2011, at St. Mary’s Hospital. Mr. Burrows was an airline mechanic. Survivors include one son, Michael of Mesa. Former Crawford resident Betty Arlene Connors, 79, died July 24, ...


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GJ’s Litsheim wins age group title at CrossFit World Games

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Mary Beth Litsheim lived with a back injury for 25 years. Although the gymnastics injury caused her pain, she still exercised on a regular basis. She re-injured the back 10 years ago spotting a gymnast, and this time, something had to be ...


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