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Make tracks for local train shows

By Kathleen Goddeyne

Model train shows seem to go hand in hand with the holiday season, and this year there are two shows to view. Both are open only on certain days, so make plans to fit one or both into your schedule before they chug away. MODEL TRAIN ...

Renowned Paonia scientist dies at age 87

By Dennis Webb

A Paonia scientist who earned international recognition for bringing attention to the impacts of endocrine-disrupting chemicals to humans and wildlife has died. Theo Colborn, 87, founded The Endocrine Disruption Exchange, based in Paonia, and ...

Email letters, December 16, 2014

By Staff

Responding to terrorism with violence compounds the problem The other day a letter was published by someone applauding the torture that has been happening to supposed terrorists by the CIA. I want to comment. We have all heard the saying, ...

Gas leak forces Pear Park pickup

By Staff

Parents of students at Pear Park Elementary are being asked to come pick up their children, as a gas line rupture in the area has crews scrambling. Buses have been canceled for the day, and students will not be allowed to walk home due to the ...

Entertainment Calendar: Dec. 19–25

By Staff

FRIDAY, DEC. 19 FLAT TOP REED, acoustic, 9 p.m.–midnight, The Ale House, 2531 N. 12th St., 242-7253. JACK + JILL AND WRONG IMPRESSIONS, 10 p.m., Sabrosa, 122 S. Fifth St., 257-9020. RICK AND KAREN, dance to Christmas favorites plus ...

Buildings evacuated for downtown Denver gas leak

By The AP

DENVER — Workers are trying to reach the source of a ruptured high pressure natural gas line leaking in downtown Denver. Several buildings were evacuated Tuesday after construction crews damaged a 10-inch high pressure natural gas line ...

Road Trip: Make plans for Jan. 1–7

By Staff

Here are some events coming to Colorado and Utah: ■ Scarlet Carnary with Gravity Lies — Gothic Theatre, Denver, Jan. 2. ■ The Flaming Lips — Belly Up Aspen, Aspen, Jan. 2–3. ■ Kronen with Midnight ...

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Last chance! Meet Commander and Chief (yes, they’ve got personalities to match)

By Kathleen Goddeyne

Many people have a hard time distinguishing between Commander and Chief. But for Joseph Burtard, owner of JR’s Carriage Service, the personalities of his Percheron horses make it easy. “People always ask me how I can tell them ...

Rifle woman dies in rollover on I-70

By Dennis Webb

A 60-year-old Rifle woman died this morning in a one-vehicle rollover crash on Interstate 70 just east of Rifle, the Colorado State Patrol says. The woman, whose name was being withheld pending notification of family, was driving east in a ...

Fruita Monument tabs Casebier as new football coach

By Matt Meyer

After 10 seasons in Montrose, Todd Casebier is returning to the Grand Valley. Casebier will be the next football coach at Fruita Monument High School, District 51 Athletic Director Paul Cain said in a press release Tuesday. Casebier amassed ...

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