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State opens round of grants for courthouses

By Charles Ashby

The Colorado Judicial Department is starting its next round of grants to help poorer counties pay for needed repairs or maintenance of their courthouses, but area counties may have some difficulty getting much, if any of that money. Under a ...


Lt. guv to speak at Club 20

By Gary Harmon

Colorado Lt. Gov. Donna Lynne is to discuss the potential for statewide health care legislation, as well as opportunities for greater cooperation between the Western Slope and Front Range, during the Club 20 fall conference on Saturday. The ...


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Scott eyes field inspector levels for oil and gas

By Dennis Webb

Reports that state Sen. Ray Scott says he has received of state oil and gas inspectors sleeping on the job have him questioning whether there may be more inspectors than are needed. While it turns out the Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation ...


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Colorado set to receive $5.5 million from settlement with EpiPen maker

By Charles Ashby

Colorado Attorney General Cynthia Coffman has joined several other states in efforts to draft the details of a settlement agreement with the maker of the EpiPen. The maker, Mylan Inc., faced allegations that it knowingly underpaid rebates ...


Five candidates certified to vie in D51 board race

By Katie Langford

Five candidates for three open seats on the District 51 Board of Education are certified to run for election in November, including two incumbents and three new candidates. Current board President John Williams is running for the District C ...


Dozens attend initial community forum about schools mill levy, bond

By Katie Langford

Nearly 30 people showed up to a community forum on Monday night for School District 51’s proposed bond measure and mill levy override, the first of many public events that political issue committee Citizens for School District 51 is ...


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Public safety measure going to county voters

By Gary Harmon

Mesa County voters will decide in November whether to raise sales taxes by 0.37 cents on the dollar to pump up the budgets of the sheriff’s and district attorney’s offices, as well as 14 other agencies. The Mesa County Commission ...


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Firm: Scott threatened to use his elected position

By Charles Ashby

State Sen. Ray Scott is embroiled in a legal battle that pits allegations the lawmaker was run out of the fireplace sales business against claims he consistently was late in making payments, accepted money from customers but delayed placing ...


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Guv calls
 for rules
 change on fuel wells

By Charles Ashby

Gov. John Hickenlooper wants the state to make some changes when it comes to abandoned wells and the flowlines that extend out of them. Responding to April’s explosion of a home near Firestone that killed two people, Hickenlooper on ...


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Tipton briefed on opioid center

By Gary Harmon

Plans for a center in Grand Junction that would treat people suffering from opioid abuse got a vote of support from U.S. Rep. Scott Tipton, R-Colo., who said he would seek backing for the project. Tipton visited with officials from the ...


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