An attempt on Delta-Montrose Electric Association’s internal network has taken some of the power cooperative’s operations offline — and worried customers — although power and internet service remain intact.
Shirley Koch is “unequivocally” competent to stand trial for multiple counts of mail fraud related to an alleged body-acquisition-for-profit scheme, a federal judge said Monday.
Financial pressures, manipulation, plain terror — these are among the circumstances that can keep victims silent in the face of domestic abuse.
Increased access to medical care is a driving force for River Valley Family Health Centers — and, despite being in the thick of the COVID-19 pandemic last year, the local federally qualified health centers complex actually grew its patient base.
Christopher Tiffany is headed to prison for decades, but the man he shot in the neck and paralyzed from the chest down will serve a life sentence, the judge said Thursday.
The defense and prosecutors agreed on a few points Thursday: Matthew Burge, the Paonia man shot last year, was “very lucky” to have survived and the shooter was Henry Russell.
The man injured last year in a Paonia shooting emphatically testified Friday: Defendant Henry Russell had tried to kill him, possibly over a wallet stolen years earlier.
A first of its kind merger for Colorado is expected to equate to more mental health services — as well as more affordable access and a broader range of services.
Despite recent and welcome storms, Blue Mesa Reservoir is expected to plunge to about 7,432 feet in elevation by the end of the year, leaving 220,000 acre-feet in the lake — about 27% of full.