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Hundreds of Special Olympic athletes compete in bowling tournament

More than 200 Special Olympic athletes were participating the 2016 Western Region Special Olympics bowling tournament.

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A town hall meeting with the purpose to allow all residents and people from all faith denominations to have a dialogue to discuss faith-focused issues affecting our community and country in the upcoming election.

Colorado State Patrol said a semi-trailer loaded with coffee ran off of I-70 into a small tributary of the Colorado River.

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26,000 missing mail items found; ex-postal worker charged

Video cameras on homes helping law enforcement

To Retain or Not to Retain: How to vote for judges on your 2016 ballot

Denver brewery hires people with developmental disabilities

Voter's guide: Colorado's ballot initiatives

CMU's homecoming parade celebrates alumni, current students

NTSB to investigate deadly California bus crash

5-year-old boy lends helping hand to homeless

AT&T's $85.4b deal for Time Warner: a new bet on synergy

Posting ballot selfies: Personal choice or illegal act?

Juvenile charged with starting Beaver Creek Fire

Local man wins prize for 572 pound pumpkin

GJPD collects prescription pills to curb abuse problem

Police: man found dead after Fruita motorcycle crash

Local student gets perfect score on the ACT

CMU honors faculty and alumni

Lead found in water of one Delta County home, reports show

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