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Kym’s League Golf Results August 18, 2011

By Staff

Kym's League - August 18, 2011 Combined Low Net 1st Matt & Wanda T. 53 2nd Dustin & Laura R. 57 T3rd Neil & Donna ...


Death on train tracks possible suicide

By Paul Shockley

The death of a person who was hit early Wednesday by an oncoming 76-car Union Pacific train is being investigated as a suicide, the Mesa County Coroner’s Office said. Grand Junction dispatchers were notified by Union Pacific around ...


081811 Barnum mojo

‘Like’ equals money for Two Rivers Chautauqua

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

The legends of yesteryear never would have believed that a click of a computer mouse would be all it took to keep their stories alive forever. May Investments of Grand Junction has promised a $3 donation to the annual Two Rivers Chautauqua ...


Aspen airport to limit flights for repairs

By The AP

ASPEN — The Aspen-Pitkin County Airport will limit flights for all but one daily flight for six days this year to extend the runway. From Sept. 13 through Sept. 15 and from Oct. 4 to Oct. 6, the runway will be shortened to 6,000 ...


Dispensary owner fined over pot security

By The AP

PAGOSA SPRINGS — Archuleta County commissioners have fined a Pagosa Springs medical marijuana dispensary owner $250 after he admitted he failed to keep the pot secured. Bill Delany’s camera helped catch four people stealing from ...


Private schools in voucher dispute keep teaching

By The AP

CASTLE ROCK — Private schools in Douglas County have agreed to keep teaching even though a judge halted a voucher program last week. According to the Denver Post, private schools including Aspen Academy, Denver Christian Schools and ...


Pueblo joins plan to tap Colorado River

By The AP

PUEBLO — The Pueblo Board of Water Works is joining other Front Range water providers in hiring a consultant to study a plan to bring water from the Colorado River over the Continental Divide. The Front Range Water Council began meeting ...


Truck driver cited in fatal crash

By Staff

The Colorado State Patrol cited a Del Norte man on suspicion of careless driving causing death after he allegedly ran a red light in a logging truck Tuesday, striking a vehicle driven by a Glenwood Springs woman. The State Patrol said John H. ...


081811 drowning folo side

Debris makes Colorado a treacherous river to float

By Paul Shockley

Shifts in the Colorado River are believed to be responsible for a growing collection of debris where Tuesday’s fatal rafting accident happened, the Mesa County Sheriff’s Department said Wednesday. Sheriff’s Department ...


GESSLER Scott

Official drops filing fee to lure outside firms

By Charles Ashby

Secretary of State Scott Gessler hopes to send a message to out-of-state companies that Colorado is a good place to do business. That’s why the Republican temporarily is lowering the foreign-business filing fee his office charges ...


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