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Southwest Colorado eyes gas boom

By The AP

DURANGO — Federal officials are reviewing a land management plan that could spark a new gas boom in southwestern Colorado. San Juan National Forest supervisor Mark Stiles says new technology could allow more than 1,700 wells to be ...


State tries easing I-70 backups by pacing traffic

By The AP

DENVER — Colorado transportation officials say an experiment using police cars to pace traffic and reduce congestion on Interstate 70 in the mountains has produced promising preliminary results. The Aug. 13 test was conducted on an ...


Largest Colorado quake since 1973 shakes homes

By The AP

DENVER — The largest earthquake to strike Colorado in almost 40 years shook hundreds of people in the southern part of the state and in northern New Mexico, causing minor damage to a few homes. The magnitude 5.3 temblor was recorded at ...


Jahani hearing delayed

By Paul Shockley

An arraignment scheduled this morning for a former western Colorado doctor indicted federally has been continued until next week. Dr. Sam Jahani, 49, of Beaumont, Texas, is now scheduled to appear together with his former colleague, Dr. Eric ...


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Plea deal puzzles, angers victim in Delta County shooting

By Paul Shockley

Two people were home alone on Christmas Eve when 49-year-old Dina Navarrette was shot in the head as she cooked a holiday turkey. On Monday, 7th Judicial District Attorney Dan Hotsenpiller told a judge he can’t prove who pulled the ...


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Plea deal puzzles, angers victim in Delta shooting

By Paul Shockley

Two people were home alone on Christmas Eve when 49-year-old Dina Navarrette was shot in the head as she cooked a holiday turkey. On Monday, 7th Judicial District Attorney Dan Hotsenpiller told a judge he can’t prove who pulled the ...


Hot spell could push record today

By Charles Ashby

The Grand Valley may see today’s record high temperature broken, but local meteorologists aren’t taking any bets just yet. The record high of 98, set back in 1919, could be broken if the region doesn’t see any late afternoon ...


Cop’s stolen gun possibly ditched

By Paul Shockley

Property owners along a stretch of G 4/10 Road in Palisade should watch for a discarded handgun belonging to the Palisade Police Department, the department’s chief said. Although Police Chief Carroll Quarles said they have no specific ...


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New owner buys Palisade’s Blue Pig, will move art gallery

By Melinda Mawdsley

One of western Colorado’s largest art galleries will remain in downtown Palisade after a new owner announced Monday that he will move it to a new location. Mike Goodknight, 34, said he has purchased the Blue Pig Gallery from former ...


PBS station plans move to Fine Arts

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Rocky Mountain PBS is splitting its staff and moving off the Western Colorado Community College campus. Producer Greg Mikolai and an engineer will move into Colorado Mesa University’s Fine Arts Building over the next few months. The ...


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