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Reeves Brown to head Local Affairs Department

By Charles Ashby

Gov.-elect John Hickenlooper will officially announce later today that he has named Reeves Brown to head the Colorado Department of Local Affairs. Brown, who also is a member of the Denver Democrat’s transition team, is head of Club 20, ...

Colo. Guard medical unit headed to Afghanistan

By The AP

MONTROSE — Members of a medical unit in the Colorado National Guard will be spending the new year in Afghanistan. The 928th Area Support Medical Company is based in both Denver and Montrose and its approximately 80 members include ...

Man dead, three found unconscious in Delta trailer

By {screen_name}

One man was found dead and three others were found unconscious inside a Delta trailer over the weekend, Delta police announced this morning. The Delta County Coroner’s Office reports that the man who died is Jack Herrera of Delta, and ...

4.5 magnitude earthquake shakes southern Utah

By The AP

SALT LAKE CITY — An early morning earthquake today rattled some small towns in the mountains of southern Utah, but no damage has been reported. The University of Utah Seismograph Stations in Salt Lake City says the magnitude 4.5 quake ...

Rifle cancels ice-fishing tournament

By Dave Buchanan

A lack of sufficient ice has caused officials to cancel the 13th annual Rifle Gap Ice Fishing Tournament scheduled for Jan. 15-16 at Rifle Gap Reservoir. “We talked to the folks at (Rifle Gap State Park) and they said there wasn’t ...

BLM director urged to shun Nevada horse summit

By The AP

RENO, Nev. — Wild horse activists are criticizing U.S. Bureau of Land Management Director Bob Abbey’s plans to attend a Las Vegas conference held by groups that support slaughter of the animals for human consumption. Advocates ...

Democrats hoping to change way US Senate works

By The AP

DENVER — A group of Democrats fed up with the slow pace of the U.S. Senate are headed to Denver to rally for new rules to speed things up the 112th Congress. Democratic activists want to see the Senate adopt rule changes suggested by ...

Court: City erred in nixing petition effort against Brady Trucking

By Paul Shockley

The city of Grand Junction “abused discretion” in nullifying citizen petitions collected in opposition to a 2008 zoning decision by the City Council, according to a recent ruling from the Colorado Court of Appeals. The ruling, ...

About 1,300 went up to monument for fireworks

By Staff

Approximately 1,300 people gathered atop Colorado National Monument to watch a fireworks display for its centennial celebration Friday evening, according to monument estimates. Spectators braved chilly temperatures and a fresh coat of snow to ...

Blotter, Jan. 3, 2011

By Staff

Break-in attempt reported A man reported Saturday that he believed someone tried to enter his residence on New Year’s Eve. The man said the incident occurred Friday evening at 568 Mae St. in Clifton, according to the Mesa County ...

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