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Lawmaker pay raise a divisive issue

By Charles Ashby

DENVER — Legislators from both parites are either firmly for or adamantly against the idea of increasing per diem pay for rural lawmakers, but no one so far has introduced a measure to block it. Later today, the Senate Appropriations ...


Exploded box was Lions Club joke

By Staff

Tongue-in-cheek costumes and props flaunted by Lions Club members during a parade Saturday produced a bit more firepower than intended. Hundreds of onlookers during the annual Lions Club parade along Main Street watched as Lions Club members ...

Feds reject plan to pipe water from Wyoming

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The Fort Collins man aiming to build a pipeline to carry water from western Wyoming to Colorado’s Front Range said he is undeterred by a federal agency’s rejection of his permit application. Project opponents, however, said Aaron ...


Cross’ return bolsters Mavs’ offense

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Lauren Cross had plans to graduate and start a new chapter in her life, but those plans changed. The Colorado Mesa University senior was going to put softball behind her and focus on graduating this spring. “I think I was really ...

Grundy hopes to lead Plateau Valley to state

By Nick Walter

When was the last time Plateau Valley had a player like Teddy Grundy? “Never,” Cowboys coach John Holmes said. The five-position senior is 6-foot-3 and 190 pounds with a passion for nudging post players out of the way and ...

Paonia girls hope fast-break style leads to another title

By Nick Walter

Their motto is: “Just roll with it.” And my, how the Paonia girls basketball team rolls. They open games in a full-court press, they fill quarters with fast-breaking, and it’s all helped the No. 1 Eagles (18-1) become ...

The visitors

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It’s been an up-and-down road for the Colorado Mesa University men’s basketball team, but the Mavericks are in control of their own destiny. With two games left in the regular season, the Mavericks have clinched an RMAC tournament ...

Last-second shot lifts Ouray to win

By Staff

Jacob Fedel came through when his team needed him. Friday in the Class 1A District 1 boys basketball tournament at Olathe High School, Fedel hit the game-winning shot to lift Ouray to a 59-57 victory over De Beque. With 18 seconds left and ...

Budget forum attendees want administrative discussion

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The third and final School District 51 community budget forum Thursday at Redlands Middle School focused on the same four topic areas discussed at the two previous forums this month in other locations. As with the second forum, which took ...

Airbag credited with saving man in Logan avalanche

By The Associated Press

LOGAN, Utah — The Utah Avalanche Center says a man who survived an avalanche in the Logan area was likely saved by an airbag he was wearing. Officials at the center say the unidentified snowmobiler was buried to the tip of his helmet ...

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