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The cocaine apparently flowed like wine in this little place called Aspen over the weekend, as three men were arrested Sunday at different times and charged with felony possession of a controlled substance, according to police reports and court documents. The last of the three arrests occurred Sunday just after noon when Pitkin County sheriff's deputies received a report of drugs at the Aspen airport, according to a deputy's report. When they arrived they were more

One of the diseases that older people fear the most is Alzheimer's, first described in 1906 by the German physician Alois Alzheimer. An autopsy on his first dementia patient showed amyloid plaques and protein tangles in the brain, plus atherosclerosis of the cerebral (brain) arteries. Alzheimer's accounts for 60-70 percent of dementia, with conditions such as multiple small strokes accounting for the rest. The first symptom of Alzheimer's is short term memory loss, and additional more

There will be a local primary election in June to determine which Republican candidate will face incumbent Democratic Garfield County Clerk and Recorder Jean Alberico in the fall election. Bonnie McLean of Carbondale emerged from the Republicans' county assembly on Saturday in Glenwood Springs as the first choice among assembly voters, earning 59 votes, or 48.8 percent, to claim the top spot on the June 26 primary ballot, according to party Chairwoman Carrie Couey. Lynette Lacerda of more

Providing care for aging parents is complicated and stressful. It can put tension in every relationship, especially between siblings who often have decades of complex dynamics with each other — sibling rivalry doesn't go away because a parent's sick. Even in the most supportive families, there is baggage and differences of opinion. That's normal. Sibling rivalries can reappear. Wishes for parental approval and love, whether you realize it or not, may become an issue. And certainly, more

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