• News, October 17th Rifle–The Subway restaurant in Rifle was robbed early Monday morning. According to police reports, someone broke into the restaurant on Taughenbaugh Boulevard during the graveyard hours. An unspecified amount of cash was stolen from the safe. Right now, Rifle police have no suspects but are gathering clues. A one thousand dollar reward ...
  • News, October 16th Glenwood Springs–The lawsuit against Garfield County over the controversial March 27th meeting in Vernal, Utah has been settled out of court. The suit, filed by the Western Colorado Congress, Grand Valley Citizen’s Alliance and Paul Light accused the Board of County Commissioners of holding an illegal, closed-door meeting with Uintah County Commissioners to discuss ...
  • News, October 15th GUNNISON (AP) – One person is dead and two others were injured when a sports utility vehicle ran off the road and fell down an embankment at Monarch Pass. The Colorado State Patrol says the accident happened Sunday on the pass in south-central Colorado. One woman died at the scene and two men ...
  • Body in Park was Jessica Ridgeway WESTMINSTER, Colo. (AP) – Authorities say a body found in a suburban Denver park is that of missing 10-year-old Jessica Ridgeway. The disclosure came Friday, a week after the fifth-grader disappeared after leaving her Westminster home to meet friends for the short walk to school. The body was found Wednesday about 7 miles southwest of her home. ...
  • News, October 11th Rifle–An early morning, two-car crash on Mamm Creek Road yesterday killed one man and seriously injured another. According to reports from the Colorado State Patrol, the man who died was 26 years old but his name has not been released pending notification of relatives. Troopers investigating the accident say around 6:30, a man ...
  • News, October 10th COLORADO SPRINGS– The news is not good for part time Aspen resident and disgraced cycling champion Lance Armstrong. U.S. Anti-Doping Agency says 11 of Armstrong’s former teammates testified against him in its investigation of the cyclist, revealing “the most sophisticated, professionalized and successful doping program that sport has ever seen.” USADA will deliver ...
  • News, October 9th Glenwood Springs–The advisory committee in charge of streamlining Garfield County’s new land use code is not holding secret meetings according to committee attorney Tim Thulson. Thulson expressed his frustration to county commissioners yesterday over rumors and reports in the paper that committee meetings haven’t been open to the public. Thulson says the committee expects ...
  • News, October 8th Rifle–The Highway 13 Fire north of Rifle has burned about a thousand acres since last Wednesday. Firefighting crews decided to let it burn on the east side of the Hogback due to the remote location and the difficulty accessing the area. Authorities are certain the fire was human caused. Glenwood Springs–Garfield County has agreed ...
  • News, October 4th Rifle–The wildfire north of Rifle has grown since yesterday to over 500 acres. Officials say the fire broke out early yesterday afternoon near Highway 13 and was human-caused. Winds gusting to 40 miles an hour fanned the flames and sent the fire in an easterly direction to the Hogback. David Boyd with the ...
  • News, October 3rd Boulder–An extensive, scientific study on the effects of oil and gas drilling is going to be done by a team of researchers at the University of Colorado Boulder. CU won a five-year, 12 million dollar federal grant to conduct the study that will focus on natural gas development and the protection of air and water. ...