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Honest-to-goodness rock fans, me included, owe thanks to Weezer

By David Goe

When I was 12 years old my mom inadvertently saved my life. It was 1994. I, a meek seventh-grader, was somehow turned on to the song “Slam” by South Jamaica Queens hardcore hip-hop group Onyx. It’s impossible to know how a ...

Rite Aid suspect

Search on for suspect in Rite Aid robbery

By Paul Shockley

Police this morning canvassed neighborhoods east of Colorado Mesa University and north of North Avenue after a pharmacy was robbed at gunpoint. The suspect—described as white and in his 20’s and 5 feet 8 inches to 5 feet 10 inches ...


Calendar, Nov. 4-10

By Staff

FRIDAY, NOV. 4 Protégé, Christian rap artist, and Defy Gravity High Flying Entertainment Team, aerial artists, parkour, gymnastics and BMX freestyle, 7-9 p.m., Defy Gravity Youth and Community Center, 3198 C Road, $5, teens and ...

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Fence-hopping WWII soldiers danced the night away at YMCA

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Julie Mendicelli Wasielewski grew up at 346 Pitkin Ave. in Little Italy, a neighborhood bordered by First and Fifth streets, and Colorado Avenue and Fourth Street. When she was growing up there she was unaware it was called Little Italy. It ...

Air Force Academy cancels toy program

By The AP

COLORADO SPRINGS — The Air Force Academy has canceled a Christmas toy program after a critic accused commanders of religious intolerance. Academy critic Mikey Weinstein says academy officials crossed the line by promoting a program ...

Marriage, divorce and a new unit to measure time

By Penny Stine

I don’t usually read anything except the headlines when it comes to the tabloid magazines, (and how can you not read the headlines when standing in line at the grocery store?) and I don’t watch most of the reality shows on ...

Fort Collins residents fight Mormon temple

By The AP

FORT COLLINS — Neighbors of the proposed site for a Mormon temple are asking the Fort Collins planning board not to change zoning that would allow plans for a 27,000-square-foot Mormon temple to advance. Planning and Zoning Board ...

Homeless veterans drawn to mobile courtroom

By The AP

DENVER — Homeless Colorado military veterans are getting help with minor legal infractions from lawyers and a judge who brought the courtroom to them. Nearly 500 homeless vets showed up Thursday for an event sponsored by the Department ...

Officials: County should have say in trustee’s work

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Mesa County officials long have chafed at having a governor’s appointee operating separately from the rest of county government, as is the case with the public trustee. The Mesa County Commission, in fact, once asked Gov. Bill Ritter to ...

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Supporting players accept their role for Palisade VB team

By Nick Walter

Like the pilings of a mighty bridge are the role players of the Palisade High School volleyball team, supporting their 6-foot-2 hitting sensation Audrey Steinkirchner, whose kills make opponents cringe. With Steinkirchner nursing a foot ...

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