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Schools serving more breakfasts in summer

By Emily Shockley

The number of lunches served each day at District 51 extended learning sites dipped this summer, as did the number of sites offering meals, while breakfast numbers increased. The district went from offering lunch and breakfast at seven ...

Denver bike program not all it seems, says rival of Hickenlooper

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The source of a bicycle-sharing program advocated by Denver Mayor John Hickenlooper is about more than bicycles, one of the Republican candidates for governor said. Denver’s B-cycle program is a spinoff program of the International ...

Aug. 4, 2010: Birgfeld’s ex-husband gets domestic violence case sealed

By Paul Shockley

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DeGette has high hopes for protecting lower-elevation acres as wilderness

By Dennis Webb

GLENWOOD SPRINGS — A Colorado congresswoman who has been pushing for passage of a Colorado wilderness bill for 11 years says she is optimistic she can get a measure through Congress this fall. U.S. Rep. Diana DeGette says the bill she ...

Study: Amount of water for oil shale production is less than estimated

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An oil shale industry producing the equivalent of 1.5 million barrels of oil per day might require significantly less water than had been previously believed, a study suggests. Much of the water savings could stem from using natural gas to ...

Norton, Buck sparring over McCain visit

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U.S. Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., will visit Grand Junction on Sunday to press the case for the United States to continue its commitment in Afghanistan, the Jane Norton Senate campaign says. McCain’s real mission in Grand Junction is to ...

Scott McInnis

Panel asks for probe of McInnis

By Charles Ashby

GOP gubernatorial candidate Scott McInnis has until Sept. 3 to respond to a request for an investigation in an attorney-discipline case filed against him that could affect his license to practice law. Denver attorney Luis Toro, executive ...

Birgfeld’s ex-husband gets domestic violence case sealed

By Paul Shockley

An ex-husband of missing Grand Junction woman Paige Birgfeld successfully petitioned Tuesday to have a judge seal a public case file related to domestic-violence charges. Robert W. Dixon was granted a petition to seal a file relating to his ...

Dan Maes

Maes camp racks up fines

By Charles Ashby

The fines Dan Maes agreed to pay last month for various campaign-finance violations in his bid for the GOP nod for governor weren’t his camp’s first. Over the past year, the campaign was fined numerous times, primarily for filing ...

All middle, high school lunches may go to $2.75

By Emily Shockley

Some school lunch prices may go up for sixth- through 12th- grade students when school resumes Aug. 23. The District 51 school board is expected to decide at its next meeting Aug. 17 whether to eliminate the current span of $2.25 to $2.75 for ...

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