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Daniel Graham has no plans to retire

By The AP

AURORA — Tight end Daniel Graham says he has no plans to retire and thinks he can play another three or four seasons in the NFL following his release from the Denver Broncos. The nine-year veteran was cut Wednesday, one day before he ...


Colo. lawmakers consider travel spending limits

By The AP

DENVER — Several Colorado lawmakers are scratching their heads after state-chartered agencies complained they can’t live on proposed new restrictions on travel that are twice the limits allowed by the IRS. The new guidelines would ...


February storms improve Colorado snowpack

By The AP

DENVER — February’s snowstorms helped boost snowpack across the state as the trend of above-average conditions continued. The Natural Resources Conservation Service said the snowpack statewide on Tuesday was 115 percent of ...


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Over the Top: On vacation

By Bob Silbernagel

Bob’s got a brief vacation message.  ...


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Bin 707 opens new location; revamped menu

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

Bin 707 has reappeared on the restaurant scene in a new downtown location. After closing its doors on Horizon Drive last year, owner Josh Niernberg has looking for a quaint location to reopen. He found that at street level in the Alpine Bank ...


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Federal jury in Utah convicts environmentalist

By The AP

SALT LAKE CITY — An environmentalist has been convicted of making $1.8 million in false oil and gas drilling bids at a federal auction in a case that became a cause celebre among activists and Hollywood stars. Authorities say ...


Rockies exec Charlie Monfort injured by a fall

By The AP

DENVER — Colorado Rockies general partner Charlie Monfort is recovering from a fall that sent him to the hospital. Team spokesman Jay Alves said Wednesday evening that Monfort was due to be released from a hospital in Scottsdale, Ariz., ...


Colo. boy, 12, in custody after parents found dead

By The AP

BURLINGTON — Friends reacted with shock to the news that the parents of a friendly neighbor family had been killed, two children critically wounded and their 12-year-old brother in custody in the case. Warrants were sealed, and ...


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Man killed, two people hurt in I-70 Business Loop crash

By Paul Shockley

A traffic accident that killed one man and injured two other people closed the Interstate 70 Business Loop for several hours Wednesday, including the evening rush hour. Thomas E. Shelhammer, 82, of Clifton, was pronounced dead at the scene. ...


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Sushitini is third recent venture from restaurateur in Montrose

By William Woody

MONTROSE — The mid-February opening of Sushitini gives Montrose diners something they couldn’t get in their city previously: made-to-order sushi. Sushitini, 228 E. Main St., is the third restaurant opened by owner Anthony Damiano, ...


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