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Flags Lowered in Honor of Adams County Sheriff’s Deputy

DENVER (AP) – Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper has ordered all flags on state buildings lowered in honor of a sheriff’s deputy shot and killed in Thornton. Hickenlooper says all flags should remain lowered until sunset on the day of Adams … Continue reading

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Rocky Mountain National Park Comes Close to Visitation Record

FORT COLLINS (AP) – Rocky Mountain National Park almost set another visitation record in 2017. The park’s visitation last year was less than 2 percent shy of the 4.5 million visitors it saw in 2016.

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Representatives Push for Marijuana Policy

BOSTON (AP) – Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren and Colorado Rep. Jared Polis are leading a bipartisan push urging President Donald Trump to reinstate an Obama-era policy discouraging federal prosecutors from targeting individuals involved in the marijuana trade in states that … Continue reading

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Warren Miller, Filmmaker, Dead at 93

ORCAS ISLAND, Wash. (AP) – Warren Miller, the prolific outdoor filmmaker who for decades made homages to the skiing life that he narrated with his own humorous style, has died. He was 93. His family says in a statement that … Continue reading

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Backcountry Skier Killed in Avalanche

Silverton—A Durango man is the first Colorado avalanche victim of 2018.  According to the San Juan County Sheriff’s Office, 27 year old Able Palmer was killed Sunday in a slide near Silverton.  The Colorado Avalanche Information Center says Palmer was … Continue reading

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Colorado Supreme Court Abortion Lawsuit Decision

Denver—A lawsuit filed by former Colorado Lieutenant Governor Jane Norton over abortion funding was dismissed today by the state Supreme Court. Today’s ruling upheld other judges’ dismissals of the lawsuit that said the use of taxpayer dollars to fund Rocky … Continue reading

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Snow, Wind Hammer Eastern Plains

Denver—I-70 between Denver and Limon finally reopened today but further east it’s a real mess. A nearly 80-mile stretch from Limon to Burlington is still closed due to snowy, icy conditions and gusty winds. At least a dozen flights were … Continue reading

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Denver Woman Headed to Prison for Pipeline Protest Shooting

BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) – Attorneys for a Denver woman accused of shooting at law officers during protests in North Dakota against the Dakota Access oil pipeline say they’ve reached a deal with prosecutors to avoid trial. If a federal judge … Continue reading

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Longtime Vail Local Found Dead

VAIL (AP) – The man found dead near Vail Ski Resort has been identified as a longtime Vail resident. The body of 60 year old Maldwyn “Maldy” George Zang was found Tuesday after a woman on a ski lift reported … Continue reading

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Vanderhoof Memorial

Glenwood Springs—A large crowd of relatives and friends are expected to gather tomorrow to remember the man nicknamed, “Mr. Glenwood Springs.”  A memorial for Don Vanderhoof will be held Thursday at noon at Mountain View Church near Buffalo Valley.  The … Continue reading

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