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It might seem impossible to improve on a perfect peach, but we decided to try. [Read More]
Coming all the way from Bali, Chief Courage Cultivator Kaycee Culp Odom takes time to chat with Montrose Daily Press Publisher Tonya Maddox for the... [Read More]
Dave Woodruff likes to challenge his Montrose High School boys golfers — the reigning Class 4A champions — as they journey this year to defend... [Read More]
Editor's note: This is part one in a two part series. Part two will run next week. [Read More]
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Storm cells were building over the area of the Bull Draw Fire on the West End, but as of Monday morning, these were more likely... [Read More]
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Although the judge quickly put a stop to it, supporters of two young sex-crime victims broke into loud applause Monday, when James Salazar was sentenced... [Read More]
Megan Hess will never again seek to operate a funeral home or crematory, under an Aug. 7 stipulated agreement settling the state of Colorado's complaints. [Read More]
Khalil Tate on backup quarterbacks, notable defenders, and Arizona's "in-tuned linebackers." pic.twitter.com/LLOEBn3oZ2— The Wildcaster (@TheWildcaster) August 14, 2018... [Read More]
Natalya Neidhart has broken her silence following the death of her father Jim 'The Anvil' Neidhart on Monday (13.08.18). [Read More]
Canteen, a grad transfer who was a 4-star recruit when he signed with Michigan in 2014, had a strong first week of preseason camp but... [Read More]
Colorado does well in a series of rankings of the top states in which to do business, find a job and live. [Read More]
Daily Recap: Nicholas Castellanos picked up his first career five-hit game, driving in five runs as the Tigers beat the White Sox, 9-5... [Read More]
Daily Recap: Matt Carpenter crushed a clutch three-run homer in the 8th, then Paul DeJong hit a walk-off home run in the 9th for the... [Read More]
Ray William "Bill" Ruybalid was received with open arms from our Blessed Lord Thursday, Aug. 2, 2018. Bill was 67. Ray William "Bill" Ruybalid was... [Read More]
Richard "Allen" Culver of Montrose passed away peacefully at home with his family by his side Aug. 8, 2018, after a short battle with cancer.... [Read More]
Many factors drive health care costs — including a lack of access to care on the front end. [Read More]
Enthusiastic and happy students completed the fourth and final day of the STEAM Summer Camp this week held at Centennial Middle School, a program that... [Read More]
My hunting ordeal ends on the last day of the hunting season at one-half hour after sunset, and begins again the next morning one-half hour... [Read More]
Confused, scared and sad are how children describe the feeling of losing a loved one, but after attending Camp Good Grief, a healing camp led... [Read More]
The more than 500,000 immigrants living in Colorado provide many economic benefits to our state, including contributing more than $3.9 billion in taxes annually. [Read More]
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