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Insurer accused of theft

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The owner of a Delta insurance agency has been arrested on suspicion of stealing more than $25,000 from customers by canceling their policies and keeping their premium payments. Joshua Lee Amelang, 34, of Grand Junction was arrested Thursday ...


Slow recovery by state won’t stop program cuts

By Charles Ashby

The state’s economy is improving, but not enough to substantially change how state lawmakers will have to draft its budget for the next fiscal year, legislative economists said Friday. Natalie Mullis, chief economist for the Colorado ...


Briefs, March 20, 2010

By Staff

Celtic entertainment tonight at college A night of Celtic entertainment featuring local Irish step dancers and a special guest bagpiper will be at 7 tonight, in the Glass Box Studio on the second floor of the Moss Performing Arts Center at ...


Officials investigate cause of Pear Park fire

By Amy Hamilton

Fire officials in Clifton on Friday were investigating the cause of a fire Thursday night that burned a Pear Park home. A resident of the home said she saw the fire start in a shed on the property and spread to the family’s home, 418 ...


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Group rallies against health care legislation

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About 60 people took to the streets midday Friday to wave yellow Don’t-Tread-On-Me flags and gin up opposition to health care changes before Congress. Opponents, many of them from tea party and other conservative movements, chose the ...


Student writers to be recognized at banquet

By Staff

Students who wrote winning essays in support of the right to bear arms will be recognized tonight at the Pro Second Amendment Committee’s annual banquet. Former Sheriff Richard Mack of Graham County, Ariz., is to speak at the banquet ...


3rd District in play, GOP candidate says; Salazar not convinced

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Republican Scott Tipton says he’s reshuffling the race in the 3rd Congressional District, making it a winnable contest. A spokesman for incumbent John Salazar, though, says Salazar has nothing to fear, while Tipton has plenty of problems ...


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Family left homeless after fire in Pear Park

By Amy Hamilton

A family of five was displaced but escaped unharmed Thursday night after a fire that started in a shed consumed their Pear Park home. Patty O’Brien looked on in disbelief as firefighters used chain saws to tear through the roof and ...


Bill focuses on cleanup of uranium mills

By Charles Ashby

A bill that would further regulate uranium processing in the state could have little impact on a proposed Western Slope facility, the owner of that local mill said. Though the measure could affect one operating near Canon City, the planned ...


Local officials wary of impact of HIRE Act signed by Obama

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President Obama’s signing of a $38 billion jobs bill Thursday to spur hiring and help small business owners didn’t excite local officials. “I don’t think it’s going to play a very big role in business hiring ...


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