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Ex-Grand Junction cops appeal firings

By Paul Shockley

Formal appeals have been filed by the three former Grand Junction police officers who were fired last week for damaging a local transient camp, according to the city. Justin Roberts, 31, Phillip Van Why, 35, and Joseph Mulcahy, 28, filed ...


New Wyoming rules increase fracking disclosure

By Dennis Webb

Newly approved Wyoming rules are expected to provide for more public disclosure of chemicals used in hydraulic fracturing of oil and gas wells than the groundbreaking Colorado requirements that took effect last year. Wyoming’s Oil and ...


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Buck says he polls better against Dems

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Each of the two Republicans running for the U.S. Senate leads the two Democrats in the race, according to one poll, and the Republicans are scuffling over who fared better. Prosecutor Ken Buck and former Lt. Gov. Jane Norton both led ...


Udall to push rig safety in wake of spill

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The federal government should devote more resources to drilling rig safety on water and on the shore, U.S. Sen. Mark Udall, D-Colo., said Wednesday. Oil companies still are using the same basic technology that was employed to contain the ...


Administration, BP were asked tough questions, senator says

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President Obama has been engaged in the Gulf of Mexico oil spill crisis since it began, U.S. Sen. Mark Udall, D-Colo., said. “The president has taken this seriously since the beginning and has employed a wide range of resources to deal ...


Trio wants mayor out in Palisade

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A committee that includes a man who lost his bid to be elected to the Palisade Town Board this spring is attempting to recall Mayor Dave Walker, charging that Walker abused his power and attempted to interfere in the election. Committee ...


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Activist wants climate change out of standardized test

By Emily Shockley

The author of a petition asking local educators not to teach climate change as fact wants authors of the Colorado Student Assessment Plan test to follow the same guideline. Local attorney and former School District 51 Board of Education ...


Bill gives colleges flexibility on tuition

By The AP

DENVER — Calling it a stopgap measure to save higher education, Gov. Bill Ritter signed a bill Wednesday giving Colorado colleges more flexibility to set tuition rates. He also signed a measure providing $35 million to help lower- and ...


Man pleads guilty in De Beque slaying

By Paul Shockley

A Rifle man who faced trial next week in the bludgeoning death of a De Beque rancher pleaded guilty Wednesday to second-degree murder. Kenneth Earl Wright, 44, could be sentenced to prison from 16 to 48 years under the terms of a plea ...


Rifle man sentenced in 2007 fatality on I-70

By Paul Shockley

A judge Wednesday ordered a Rifle man to complete an eight-hour driving class, among other penalties, related to a fatal accident on Interstate 70 in 2007. James Wilson, 31, was threatened by County Court Judge Gretchen Larson with 60 days in ...


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