Speech meet held at Central High School

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Kiernan Forster presents her presentation in the interpretation of humorous literature at the Central High School Warrior Invitational speech and debate tournament Saturday. Thirteen Western Slope high schools competed in ten different categories in the meet.

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Federal regulators on Friday rejected for a second time the proposed Jordan Cove project that would take natural gas from northwest Colorado to Japan and other buyers on the Pacific Rim.





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