Colorado Mesa University To Be Private

By Jennifer Robinson, Arts and Entertainment Editor and Web Editor         Colorado Mesa University could be facing more change. What used to be just a small town college, recently turned into a University. And now, if school administration has their way, the school could soon be a partially-private university. Time Foster, School President, told NewsChannel 5 … Continue reading

Suvivor Dog

By Madison Wittman, Reporter Workers of the Florence, Alabama Animal Control set out to euthanize a local New Jersey dog were surprised to find him still alive. Daniel, a beagle mix, was put in a gas chamber with the intentions of being put down at an animal shelter. Before being euthanized, Daniel had been up … Continue reading

US Ties With Australia

By Lauren Dawson, Reporter      The U.S. military’s presence will soon expand to Australia in a new joint strategic partnership. An arrangement of 200-250 Marines in mid-2012 will be sent to Darwin and the northern region of Australia. While they are there, they will conduct exercises and training. Over a few years it should expand … Continue reading

Child Named After Videogame Character

By Chuck Bisbee, Reporter          Ever disliked your name so much that you wish you could just get it permanently changed? Well if you think that your name is bad wait until you here what parents Megan and Eric Kellermeyer named their newborn baby on 11/11/11, Dovahkiin. For those of you unaware, that is the name … Continue reading

Frozen Yogurt Era

By Courtney Kreidler, Reporter      If you haven’t already noticed, there seems to be a new dessert trend here on the Western Slope, and it’s called Frozen Yogurt. Frozen Yogurt is “a soft frozen dessert of sweetened flavored yogurt,” according to      One of the first frozen yogurt places in town is Red Mango, … Continue reading

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