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11:02am

Mon August 1, 2011
Transportation

Enforcement of Expanded Child Restraint Law Goes into Effect Today

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Starting today, revised child restraint laws take effect in Colorado.

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8:36am

Mon August 1, 2011
NPR Story

Market Relief Maybe Temporary Despite Debt Relief

Some analysts say the U.S. and its debt is still likely to be downgraded by credit rating agencies, because of the state of the economy.

2:59am

Mon August 1, 2011
Books News & Features

Brattleboro: Vermont's Hotbed Of Fictional Crime

Archer Mayor exposes the seedy underbelly of Brattleboro, Vt., in his mystery novels. But it's a challenge to bring out the dark side; Brattleboro, and Vermont in general, the author says, are "inordinately pleasant" places.
Ken Gallager

Brattleboro, Vt., is a bucolic town — pricked with picturesque church steeples — and home to a vibrant arts community. So it's an unlikely setting for gruesome murder and gritty crime, but that's just what goes on in Archer Mayor's Brattleboro-based Joe Gunther detective series.

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2:34pm

Fri July 29, 2011
Politics

Hick's Picks to Gas Commission Draw Cheers, Skepticism

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Governor John Hickenlooper has appointed four new members to the Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission.  The move is winning initial praise from industry representatives, but  some environmentalists are left wondering whether his choices will keep the commission balanced.

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2:20pm

Fri July 29, 2011
Politics

Group Protests Rep. Gardner’s Debt Ceiling Stance

About 40 people from Eyes on Congress and the liberal group ProgressNow rallied in front of 4th Congressional Representative Cory Gardner’s Fort Collins office today.
Grace Hood

About 40 people from Eyes on Congress and the liberal group ProgressNow rallied in front of 4th Congressional Representative Cory Gardner’s Fort Collins office today.

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