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  1. Thursday letters: RMI greed, Trump lies, and Trump economy

    RMI sees only dollar signs I could say environmental rapists like Rocky Mountain Industrials’ Gregory Dangler make me sick, but the truth is they’re the ones who are ill. The disease they’re infected with is...

  2. Merriott column: Remember the tale of Alpha Male #10

    Last Saturday, the front-page headlines of the Post Independent caught my eye and cemented my monthly column subject. “Hunting groups join opposition to Colorado wolves,” it read. Seems “Hunting” and outdoor advocacy group Safari Club...

  3. Colorado must balance recreation and farming with NEPA Reform

    There are hopeful signs for Colorado’s economic prospects in 2020. The Centennial State is not far removed from a record tourism year and the recently relaxed trade tensions with China, Mexico, and Canada mean farmers...

  4. Glenwood hockey advances in state playoffs with 7-1 win over Columbine

    Glenwood will face No. 2 seed Chaparral on Friday night in Denver.

  5. Obituary: Scott Hoaglund

    Scott Hoaglund October 10, 1986 ~ February 6, 2020 Scott Dusty Hoaglund 33 of Broomfield, Co passed away unexpectedly on February 6th, 2020. He was born on October 10, 1986 to parents Brenda Bowen and...

  6. Obituary: Richard Lynn Orton

    Richard Lynn Orton July 22, 1948 ~ February 23, 2020 Richard Lynn Orton passed in his sleep at his residence on February 23, 2020. He was 71. Richard is survived by his wife Alison West,...

  7. Obituary: Elliott Mellon

    ELLIOTT JAMES MELLON September 26, 2019 – February 21, 2020 Elliott James Mellon acquired his angel wings on February 21, 2020 with his loving parents by his side at Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children in...

  8. Murder charges for Rifle mother of girl who died from meth overdose

    Prosecutors filed first-degree murder charges against Stephanie Alvarado the death of her daughter, Sophia Larson, who died of methamphetamine intoxication in December.

  9. Immigrant Stories project shares youth voices as part of GSMS Bilingual Voices program

    Glenwood Middle School's Bilingual Voices Project seeks to empower immigrant students to share their stories as a way to erase the stereotypes.

  10. Rabbits run rampant? Carbondale continues discussing meat bunnies rules

    Rabbits are going to be on the Carbondale’s mind for a while longer, as the town debates whether meat rabbits should be left on farms, or add to the town's funky, sustainable character.

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