Wolves Den gets liquor license

Click photo to enlarge The Wolves Den Events Center liquor license application was approved, Feb. 23, during the Prowers County Commissioners meeting. The application, brought forward by Diana Woller, representing the 3 Wolves Company LLC, was met by opposition by Galen Burnett, who spoke against the license, but proceeded without any further objection. “I have […]

School Celebrates 100’s day

Click photo to enlarge The students and staff of Washington Elementary School celebrated 100 days of learning and school on Tuesday, February 24th, 2015. The day was filled with a number of fun learning games for all students. Kindergarten students rotated to every classroom to enjoy a variety of different 100 day activities focused on […]

PATS to keep extra bus

Click photo to enlarge Prowers Area Transit will move forward and keep a backup bus when the new buses arrive in April. Director Darren Glover brought the idea to the commissioners Feb. 17, and touted the advantages of meeting rider demands to Alta Vista School and the economic benefits of leasing the vehicle for special […]

Genesis Green introduces a new type of solar panel system to power small homes and businesses

GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. The annual Energy Forum and Expo brings together hundreds of companies and minds in the energy and gas industry. With it comes new ideas and innovations in the field. One company is giving businesses and home owners a new way to power their homes – and it helps the environment in more […]

Palisade farmers welcome the cold weather to their orchards

PALISADE, Colo. Spring-like weather in January and early February had local farmers worried, as some peach trees started to bud before schedule. With snowfall in this weekend’s forecast, orchard farmers in Palisade are welcoming the storm. February and March are hard months for farmers, as they see sprees of warmth, prompting early budding of trees […]

Road crews are preparing for winter storm this weekend

GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. With snow in the forecast this weekend, Grand Junction road crews trying to stay ahead of the storm to keep our streets plowed and clear for drivers. The city says that they will not start to treat the streets until snow begins to stick tonight, because the wet moisture can wash away […]

900-space parking lot to be built on South Campus by Fall 2015

Colorado State University is planning to build a 900-space parking lot on the southeast side of the Fort Collins South Campus. “The University has submitted a conceptual review to the city, including a traffic study and preliminary storm water analysis, for a parking lot on Research Drive,” CSU Facilities Management Landscape Architecht Fred Haberecht wrote […]

Dave’s Marketplace: Get to a sexier state

Note: This article is satirical. GQ Magazine’s “Man of the Year” award is one of the most coveted and respected honors that can befall any single man. More impressive than a Kids’ Choice Award and more sought after than first place in the Pinewood Derby race in Galveston, Texas, the “Man of the Year” award […]

CSU working with CU ‘Yes Means Yes’ bill focusing on affirmative consent

The Associated Students of Colorado State University are working with the University of Colorado’s student government on a proposed statewide bill that shifts the definition of consent to focus on affirmation. The ‘Yes Means Yes’ bill redefines the idea of consent, requiring an affirmative “yes” when looking for consent, rather than looking for a “no,” […]

Council on Aging menus for week of March 2

Council on Aging menus for week of March 2 ■ Steamboat Springs Community Center  Monday: chili, cornbread, peach cobbler, ice cream, orange juice Tuesday: pork fried rice, stir fry veggies, tossed salad, fruit, cookie Thursday: chicken/eggplant parmesan, spaghetti, mixed veggies, garlic bread, fruit salad Friday: pizza, tossed salad, garbanzo beans, raisins, crème puffs ■ Hayden American Legion […]

School district lunch menus for week of March 2

School district lunch menus for week of March 2 ■ Steamboat Springs School District Monday: Asian sweet chili pork stir-fry over rice Tuesday: taco bar Wednesday: pasta Tuscan style or Alfredo sauce with assorted bread Thursday: broccoli cheese soup and assorted bread Friday: no school ■ Hayden School District Monday: chicken sandwich, cottage cheese, kernel […]

Coroner’s report contradicts police account in Jessica Hernandez killing

The coroner ruled Jessica “Jessie” Hernandez’s death a homicide and said two bullets were recovered, adding that the wounds to her right thigh and pelvis were likely from a single bullet. None of the shots were fired at close range. The coroner ruled Jessica “Jessie” Hernandez’s death a homicide and said two bullets were recovered, […]

Mountain film festival rolls through the Front Range

Into the Empty Quarter Banff Mountain Film and Book Festival passed through Colorado on Wednesday. The Banff Center is a creativity incubator that has helped over 8,000 artists by commissioning, supporting and producing new creative works.B I hadn’t heard of the film festival and didn’t know what to expect, but with “Mountain Film” title I […]

Web Beat: Stephen Melton, Colin Harris Jr., Better Than Biscuits, Vatican Vamps, Tortuga, and Na’an Stop

Yellow Scene prides itself on being hyper-local, and that includes music. We want to make sure that as many local bands, DJs, MCs, etc as possible get the press that they deserve, so Web Beat will be a weekly online column going forward. Every week, we’ll check into Bandcamp, Soundcloud, and whatever else we can […]

A brief chat with OKO TYGRA

OKO TYGRA (yup, all caps) was started by Denver musician Joshua Novak following a head injury and some serious contemplation. The dream-pop outfit is putting out the “Glass Jaw/Plasticine” 7” on March 3, and playing the Oriental Theater with Candy Claws on March 7, so we had a chat with Novak about it all.O Yellow […]

(Published) – In re Richter, Case No. 11

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(Published) – In re: Henson, Bankruptcy Case No. 11

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Feb. 27, 2015

Media Contacts: Laurie Ogden, Boulder Police, 303-441-3310 Police looking for male suspect who attempted to enter home On Tuesday, Feb. 3, 2015, at 9:30 p.m. police responded to the 800 block of 19th Street after a female reported a male had attempted to gain access to her home through a bathroom window while she was […]

Feb. 27, 2015

Media Contacts: Laurie Ogden, Boulder Police, 303-441-3310 Police looking for male suspect who attempted to enter home On Tuesday, Feb. 3, 2015, at 9:30 p.m. police responded to the 800 block of 19th Street after a female reported a male had attempted to gain access to her home through a bathroom window while she was […]

Feb. 27, 2015

Friday, Feb. 27, 2015 Media Contacts: Nick Grossman, Public Works, 303-441-3005 Sarah Huntley, Media Relations, 303-441-3155www.BoulderPlanDevelop.net Customers may experience longer wait times at the City of Boulder Planning and Development Services Center next week Customers may experience longer wait times at the City of Boulder Planning and Development Services (PDS) Center during the week of Monday, […]

Feb. 27, 2015

Friday, Feb. 27, 2015 Media Contacts: Nick Grossman, Public Works, 303-441-3005 Sarah Huntley, Media Relations, 303-441-3155www.BoulderPlanDevelop.net Customers may experience longer wait times at the City of Boulder Planning and Development Services Center next week Customers may experience longer wait times at the City of Boulder Planning and Development Services (PDS) Center during the week of Monday, […]

Blotter

Police arrested a 24-year-old male in the 1000 block of Pearl St. at 22:15 after they responded to a call regarding a purse theft. The male was uncooperative. He faces charges of Failure to Comply, Theft Under $50, Resisting Arrest, Obstructing a Peace Officer and Defrauding an Innkeeper. 15-2343 Article source: http://bouldercolorado.gov/pages/blotter-feb-25-2015/

Blotter

Police arrested a 24-year-old male in the 1000 block of Pearl St. at 22:15 after they responded to a call regarding a purse theft. The male was uncooperative. He faces charges of Failure to Comply, Theft Under $50, Resisting Arrest, Obstructing a Peace Officer and Defrauding an Innkeeper. 15-2343 Article source: http://bouldercolorado.gov/pages/blotter-feb-25-2015/