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“This was done with the best of intentions. I don’t care what side of the issues you are on or your political persuasion,” Myers said of her removal order. “I would love some clarity on this statute, quite honestly.”

FORT COLLINS | Rocky Mountain National Park is seeking public feedback on a proposal to increase the cost of entrance passes and camping fees. The Fort Collins Coloradoan reports (http://noconow.co/1vKvfzG ) the park wants to add a $20 single-day pass to its existing options of entrance passes. Most visitors’ least-expensive option now is to buy a $20 […]

The event was held Saturday to remember 27-year-old Jack Jacquez, who was shot in his home by Rocky Ford Police officer James Ashby on Oct. 12.

DENVER | Marijuana regulators in Colorado have already tightened rules on popular forms of edible pot by requiring manufacturers to make it easier to tell how much of the drug consumers are eating. Now they’re writing new rules on what the products themselves look like. A third and possibly final workgroup meeting Monday is hammering out […]

DENVER | Fast-food employees have gotten big headlines for their calls for a $15 minimum wage and union rights. Home care workers in Denver are following suit. A protest planned Thursday morning outside Denver’s GOP Party headquarters aims to criticize Republicans for not supporting the higher wage. Organizers say the Denver demonstration is one of a […]

KEYSTONE |It looks like Arapahoe Basin Ski Area will win this year’s race among resorts to be the first to open for the season. Skiers and snowboarders will be able to make turns on the intermediate High Noon trail starting at 9 a.m. Friday. A-Basin began making snow Oct. 2 and, over the course of several […]

Nate Reid, a spokesman for the Colorado State Patrol, tells The Greeley Tribune (http://bit.ly/100c3C0 ) the boy was struck at the intersection of Weld county roads 72 and 39 about a mile southeast of Eaton just before 5 p.m. Tuesday.

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