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Spring storm brings snow to Colorado mountains

By The AP

DENVER — Officials say a strong storm system will dump up to 18 inches of snow in the Colorado mountains. The National Weather Service said a winter storm warning will be issued today night and continue through Thursday. The heaviest ...


Tiara Rado Day Ladies Club May 18, 2011

By Staff

Tiara Rado Ladies' League - May 18, 2011 Low Gross - Flight 1 1st Lynn Liljenberg 82 2nd Joan Stork 85 3rd Lyn ...


Adobe Creek Sr Men’s League May 18, 2011

By Staff

Adobe Creek Senior Men's League - May 18, 2011 First Flight 1st Frank Rubalcaba   2nd Bill Smith   3rd David ...


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Fruita Monument High School graduation 2011

By Dean Humphrey

Commencement ceremonies at Fruita Monument High School.  ...


Autopsy inconclusive on triathlon death

By The AP

WINDSOR, Colo.  — An autopsy has failed to determine why a doctor died while competing in a weekend triathlon in Windsor. KMGH-TV reports that safety spotters found 42-year-old Dr. Michael Wiggins of Fort Collins floating face down ...


Crews carve way through deep snow in Rocky Mountain Nat’l Park

By The AP

ROCKY MOUNTAIN NATIONAL PARK — Crews trying to clear Trail Ridge Road in Rocky Mountain National Park by Memorial Day are plowing their way through more than 20 feet of snow at spots. Park officials said Tuesday that plow operators are ...


Flood watch issued for northern Colo. fire areas

By The AP

DENVER — The National Weather Service has issued a flood watch in the northern Colorado foothills because of recent wildfires. The weather service says up to two inches of rain are possible. The watch is in effect from noon to midnight ...


Driver faces hearing in fatal wreck

By William Woody

DELTA — A Delta County driver arrested after one passenger died and two others were hurt in a May 9 rollover is free on bond but could face a higher bond amount later this week. According to an arrest affidavit, Austin resident Corbin ...


Coroner: Two Montrose killings were ‘deliberate, stealthy’

By William Woody

MONTROSE — The deaths of Montrose residents Kama Sanburg and Scott Clarke on March 14, were “a deliberate killing,” according to the Montrose County Coroner’s Office, and autopsy reports show their suspected killer used ...


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Jury hung on most charges in shootings

By Paul Shockley

A Mesa County jury deadlocked Tuesday on most of the charges against a man accused of shooting five people at a party in December 2009. Joshua Anton, 21, was convicted on a pair of misdemeanors — prohibited use of a weapon and carrying ...


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