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Voting rights resolution leads Colorado lawmakers to argue over Jan. 6th, election integrity

Republicans accuse Dems of unnecessarily drawing state into federal politics

The Blotter

La Plata County Sheriff’s Office Wednesday, Jan. 12 4:46 a.m. Someone reported seeing two flashlights in a backyard on Three Springs Boulevard. Tuesday, Jan. 11 7:06 p.m. A building ...

Bone fragments found in search for woman missing in wildfire

DENVER – Investigators are working to determine whether some small bone fragments found during the search for a 91-year-old woman who tried to save her dogs from a wildfire that destroyed mo...

Navajo Nation increases ability to do COVID testing, vaccinations

WINDOW ROCK, Ariz. – Health facilities on the Navajo Nation are increasing the ability to test for COVID-19 and vaccinate people as the omicron variant spreads, tribal leaders said. Navajo P...

Man lying on Colorado road is run over by police SUV, dies

AURORA – A man who was lying on a road in a Denver suburb died after he was run over by a police vehicle, authorities said Tuesday. The 37-year-old man from Salt Lake City was hit Monday ni...

Court text reminders would become automatic under proposed state law

Bill sponsors hope a simple text message might improve appearance rates

Lawsuit seeks to block Mesa County clerk from overseeing 2022 election

Colorado secretary of state says she wants to ensure ‘voters have the elections they deserve’

Colorado graduation rates post slight dip amid pandemic

Area schools in Southwest Colorado show mixed results compared with 2020

Facing rising COVID-19 case numbers, the Navajo Nation issues new tribal public health orders

Officials recommend wearing two masks in public spaces to protect against omicron variant

Aspen thrives after allowing ‘Rider Invasion’ 20 years ago

ASPEN (AP) – It was billed as a generational battle, as an on-mountain culture clash, a safety hazard and “the end of Ajax.” But when the Aspen Skiing Co. finally opened Aspen Mountain to sn...

Mobile vaccination bus will make stops in three Southwest Colorado counties

Shots are free, and no ID or insurance is required

Mesa County clerk announces re-election bid amid grand jury investigation

Tina Peters is suspected of allowing an unauthorized person to attend a voting software update
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