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Udall: Court needs more Westerners

By The AP

DENVER — Colorado’s senior senator is saying good things about the president’s latest Supreme Court nominee, but Sen. Mark Udall also chided the administration for not suggesting a Westerner. The Democrat met with Supreme ...


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Video, tip lead to arrest in store break-in

By Dennis Webb

An anonymous tip based on security camera images has led to an arrest in a break-in of the Catherine Store outside Carbondale, the Garfield County Sheriff’s Office said. Dylan Martin, 20, 17605 Highway 82 in Carbondale, was arrested ...


Furlough day Friday for several state offices

By The AP

DENVER — Colorado state parks will remain open Friday, but many state offices will be closed for the last of eight furlough days ordered by Gov. Bill Ritter to save money. State driver’s license offices and state history museums ...


State’s mountain highways to open for season

By The AP

DENVER — Two of Colorado’s mountain highways should be open in time for the Memorial Day weekend. The Colorado Department of Transportation plans to open Independence Pass between Leadville and Aspen Thursday. The highway is set ...


Fired landfill manager hit with seven charges

By Paul Shockley

Prosecutors on Wednesday filed seven charges against former Mesa County landfill manager Bob Edmiston, including felony counts of stalking and embezzlement of public property. The formal charges — which were identical to the counts ...


Court employees critical of judge on leave

By Dennis Webb

RIFLE — State court employees said Wednesday that a Garfield County judge now on indefinite leave made inappropriate comments in court and treated them in an intimidating manner. Four court employees commented about county Judge Jason ...


Firm’s investors likely to get only a fraction of original investments

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Valley Investments investors might get back as much as 5 percent of their money as the company’s bankruptcy begins, one investor concluded at the company’s first creditors meeting. No one could paint a brighter picture for the ...


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Priest remembered for intellect, compassion

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Father John Kiernan retired 21 years ago from the priesthood, but he didn’t take it easy. The Catholic priest remained involved in several organizations and activities up to his death. Kiernan, 85, died Monday morning at Hospice Care ...


Historic piece of real estate changes uses

By Emily Shockley

Historic Fairmount Hall is now a real estate office. Independence Realty is settling into the building at 2511 N. 12th St. The company previously operated at 421 Glenwood Ave. Independence Realty employs nine people and will celebrate its ...


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DeGette pulls amendment to disclose fracking chemicals

By Dennis Webb

U.S. Rep. Diana DeGette, D-Denver, on Wednesday withdrew a bill amendment seeking disclosure of substances used in hydraulic fracturing during oil and gas development. DeGette spokeswoman Juliet Johnson said the congresswoman took the action ...


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