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Body found at Cheyenne high school

By The AP

CHEYENNE, Wyo.  — A body of a student has been found at a Cheyenne high school. Laramie County School District 1 Superintendent Mark Stock says the body of a female student was found this morning by a school employee behind ...


Roof blown off condo building in Steamboat Springs

By The AP

DENVER — Steamboat Springs and other parts of northwestern Colorado were hit hard today by strong winds that accompanied a winter storm that blew across the state. The entire roof of a four-story condominium complex was blown off and ...


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Audubon Society: Happy holidays and bird counting

By Dave Buchanan

This holiday season, as they have every Christmas since at least 1946, members of the Grand Valley Audubon Society will participate in the Christmas Bird Count. It’s part of the National Audubon Society’s annual count, now in its ...


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Change of address: For millions of animals, this season is one of migration

By Dave Buchanan

The holiday guests finally are gone, just when you feared they’d never leave. Just the thought of someone arriving unannounced for Christmas vacation leaves you sleepless. Yet throughout the world, tens of millions of animals are ...


Over the Top: Gun toting Santa

By Bob Silbernagel

Email letters, Dec. 1, 2011

By Staff

BirthSmart gives women birthing options BirthSmart is a local, grassroots non-profit dedicated to empowered birth through education. As BirthSmart finishes up its third year of programming, I want to send a letter of thanks to our Grand ...


Federal response limited on bark beetle epidemic

By The AP

DENVER — The U.S. Forest Service says budget cuts are forcing the federal government to limit its response to a bark beetle outbreak that has destroyed millions of acres of forests in the West. A study requested by U.S. Sen. Mark Udall ...


Woman gets light sentence in cocaine case

By The AP

DENVER — A woman accused of trafficking thousands of pounds of cocaine into Colorado has been set free after she was sentenced to time served for helping prosecutors. Veronica Garcia testified against fellow gang members in four murder ...


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Another valley nonprofit needs new home

By Amy Hamilton

A smiling, framed photo of the late Rev. John Gill Kiernan looks over the office space at Grand Valley Peace & Justice, a room in the former nunnery on the campus of St. Joseph’s Catholic Church. Having the photo of Father Kiernan ...


High court considers nuclear site drilling

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Residents who live near the 1969 underground atomic blast intended to increase the recovery of natural gas near Rulison told the Colorado Supreme Court on Wednesday they should have been heard when drilling was proposed decades later. The ...


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