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Anti-tax crusader Bruce suspected of evading taxes

By Charles Ashby

Douglas Bruce, Colorado’s best-known anti-tax crusader, was indicted Friday by a state grand jury on suspicion of tax fraud and attempting to influence a public servant. Bruce, the author of the tax- and spend-limiting constitutional ...


No shutdown, Congress says in 11th hour

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Congressional leaders and President Barack Obama reached an agreement Friday night that kept the federal government in business while including cuts of $39 billion from current spending. House Speaker John Boehner, R-Ohio, called the ...


Four points outlined at health-insurance exchange meeting

By William Woody

MONTROSE — Dozens of residents quizzed state officials Thursday about the possibility of a statewide health-insurance exchange as a “Colorado solution” to federal health care reform. Joan Henneberry, director of the Health ...


New website provides voluntary data on well-specific fracturing

By Dennis Webb

Several energy companies operating in northwest Colorado agreed to publicly disclose on a new website information regarding the components of hydraulic fracturing fluids used in specific wells. The site, http://www.fracfocus.org, is scheduled ...


Western showdown: Name flap erupts

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Renaming Mesa State College anything with “western” in the title would be akin to identity theft, according to one member of Western State College’s board of trustees. Trustees at the Gunnison-based college adopted a ...


County official fired, escorted out by deputies

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A longtime Mesa County supervisor was fired this week, continuing a shake-up within the management levels of the county. Mark Reitz, director of purchasing and risk management and a 19-year county employee, was terminated Wednesday and ...


Principal’s ouster riles Glenwood

By Dennis Webb

Hundreds of Glenwood Springs residents are up in arms and talk of recalling Roaring Fork School District board members is in the air after the board Wednesday night decided not to renew the contract of a popular grade-school ...


Few federal services assured unless Congress breaks logjam

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The U.S. Postal Service will deliver mail next week, even if the rest of the federal government shuts down, and it most likely will deliver Social Security checks. Beyond that, it’s unclear which federal employees will be on the job ...


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Museum revs up for grand opening

By Melinda Mawdsley

Tammy Allen wanted to bring intrigue and controversy to Grand Junction. The local car collector and museum owner said she accomplished her mission with the $132,000 purchase of the 1963 Pontiac Bonneville Navy ambulance that allegedly carried ...


Regulators: Drilling permit numbers misleading

By Dennis Webb

Oil and gas drilling permits in Colorado continue to show a sharp decline, but state regulators say different measures give a more upbeat indication of industry activity in the state. The Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission approved ...


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