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Darin Overstreet

Spc. Joshua Davies and Sgt. Nick Cornelius, both from 169th Fires Brigade prepare a Defense Advanced GPS Receiver before Davies embarks on a night orienteering course as part of the Colorado Army National Guard Best Warrior Competition April 11-13, 2014 at Fort Carson, Colo. The events at the competition were designed to push the competitors to their limits, testing endurance, mental toughness and resolve. Sgt. Benjamin Stocker (recently promoted), a CH-47 Chinook crew chief for B Company, 2nd Battalion, 135th Aviation Regiment, and Sgt. Ryan Teter, counterintelligence specialist for Support Company, 5th Battalion, 19th Special Forces Group (Airborne), took first place in the Soldier and NCO categories, respectively. Stocker and Teter will go on to compete at the Region VII Army National Guard Best Warrior Competition in May. Winners at that level will then go on to the Army Best Warrior Competition. (U.S. Army National Guard photo by Sgt. Bethany Fehringer/Released)

Shortfall Not Affecting Colorado Guard Training

A federal funding shortfall for the National Guard isn’t affecting training in Colorado, at least for now.

09/05/2014

Heavy equipment being used to start clearing Highway 34 (credit: CBS)

Colorado’s Badly Needed Flood Repairs Could Hit Major Snag

A ripple effect might be felt in Colorado if there’s a government shut down next week as road repairs could hit a major snag.

09/27/2013

Denver Agencies Holding Major Disaster Drill

Denver-area emergency crews practicing for a mass disaster say the exercise is going well.

05/16/2012

(credit: AP)

Colorado Guard Member Killed In Afghan Crash

The co-pilot of that helicopter that crashed in Afghanistan is from Colorado. He was one of 30 U.S. service members killed Saturday when the copter was shot down.

08/08/2011

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