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092610 haggerty mesa leaves

Now’s the time to get to the high country and enjoy Colorado’s fall foliage

By Bill Haggerty

The splendor of the changing of the seasons is displayed in spectacular colors right now in aspen forests across western Colorado and eastern Utah. You could travel in any direction from Grand Junction and find aspen trees turning colors, ...


Rick Jussel: History bound to repeat itself for Broncos against Colts

By Rick Jussel

History is, we all know, due to repeat itself. And it’s redundant. We know studying history is important because it allows us to learn from our mistakes. The Denver Broncos are not very good history students. Peyton Manning and the ...


Mavericks win home opener

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Mesa State’s football team ran for 161 yards and threw for 247 more today in a 40-6 rout of New Mexico Highlands at Stocker Stadium. Zach Adair scored on a 5-yard run, Nathan Neville caught seven passes for 138 yards and a touchdown, ...


H BED RACES 092510

Fruita Fall Festival bed race

By Gretel Daugherty

Willy Wonka and his teammates compete in the bed race.  ...


Maes says campaign finance report mistake

By The AP

COLORADO SPRINGS — Republican gubernatorial candidate Dan Maes says his campaign made a mistake when it listed a $300 unsigned check as a campaign expense instead of reimbursement for a campaign contribution from a former supporter. The ...


Redlands Mesa Ladies’ Club Golf Results September 25, 2010

By Staff

Redlands Mesa Ladies' Club - September 25, 2010 Eclectic - AM game 1st Gross Jodie Mathies 82 1st Net Lynn Kern 61 2nd Net Mae ...


Mental hospital under review after patient death

By The AP

PUEBLO — The Colorado Mental Health Institute is under review after a patient attempted suicide and another suffocated after he was restrained by staff. KMGH-TV in Denver reports that the death certificate for 41-year-old Troy Geske ...


Mental hospital under review after patient death

By The AP

PUEBLO — The Colorado Mental Health Institute is under review after a patient attempted suicide and another suffocated after he was restrained by staff. KMGH-TV in Denver reports that the death certificate for 41-year-old Troy Geske ...


Drilling dispute settled for Colo. wildlife refuge

By The AP

ALAMOSA — A plan to drill exploratory wells on a national wildlife refuge in south-central Colorado is on hold until a new environmental review can be done. The groups sued over the federal government’s handling of a drilling ...


Boulder satellite to monitor debris set to launch

By The AP

BOULDER — A satellite built by Ball Aerospace in Boulder to monitor the thousands of pieces of debris orbiting Earth is set to launch. The Boulder Daily Camera reports that the satellite is scheduled to launch Saturday night from ...


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