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Taco Bell takes its beef with lawsuit to public

By The AP

Taco Bell says a legal beef over the meat in its tacos is bull. The fast-food chain took out full-page ads in at least nine major newspapers and launched a YouTube campaign featuring its president Friday to proclaim its taco filling is 88 ...


Denver airport sees record 52 million passengers

By The AP

DENVER — Denver International Airport has set a record with more than 52 million travelers recorded last year. Last year’s total of 52.2 million people was an increase of nearly 2 percent over the number of travelers in 2008, the ...


Colorado works to bolster Gunnison’s prairie dog

By The AP

DENVER — State wildlife officials are trying to combat plague in order to shore up populations of Gunnison’s prairie dog, a species that’s considered a candidate for federal protection. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has ...


Iraq war veteran accused of molesting teenage girl

By The AP

LOVELAND — A disabled Army veteran of the Iraq war is accused of molesting a teenage girl. Forty-year-old Dennis Herbst of Loveland is due in court Monday on three felony charges of sexual abuse of a child. He is free on $25,000 bond. ...


Double Eagle proposes 51 gas wells in Atlantic Rim

By The AP

RAWLINS, Wyo. — The public has two weeks to comment on a proposal by Double Eagle Petroleum Co. for 51 coal bed natural gas wells in southwest Wyoming. The project would have 48 coalbed natural gas wells, three injection wells along ...


Mesa County great-grandmother, grandson missing

By The Daily Sentinel

Officials with the Mesa County Sheriff’s Department are trying to locate Rosa Mae Welker, 72, and her 4-year-old great-grandson Marshall Alan Joseph after the woman failed to return the boy to his father Friday night. Deputies have been ...


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College students spend winter break building houses for destitute in Tijuana

By Amy Hamilton

Where there were houses made of cardboard, tarps and mud floors, three sturdy homes now stand. A group of 31 people, including Mesa State College and University of Northern Colorado students and other adults, built not only homes, but ...


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Ouray, Forest Service close to land agreement on ice park

By William Woody

OURAY — The city of Ouray is one step closer to acquiring land encompassing the Ouray Ice Park from the U.S. Forest Service as both sides await news from a federal reviewer on the land’s appraisal value. “We should have the ...


State legislators want ballot changes made

By Charles Ashby

DENVER — State legislators are eyeing several measures this session designed to make the state’s ballot measures clearer to understand. The measures range from requiring backers of citizens’ initiatives to identify who they ...


Blotter, Jan. 29, 2011

By Staff

Hit-and-run driver sought Montrose police are asking for the public’s help in finding a hit-and-run driver. Police say a white Ford F-150 pickup struck a man Jan. 23 as he was crossing the street in the 900 block of North First ...


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