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House race will lack Dee Coram

By Staff

Montrose resident Dee Coram will not challenge his GOP father, state Rep. Don Coram, the Democrat told the Montrose Daily Press on Friday. Democratic Party leaders in the county told The Daily Sentinel on Thursday that they had been trying to ...


Woman dies in collision with train

By Staff

An elderly woman died Friday when her vehicle collided with a train near the center of Paonia, local authorities said. The woman, whose identity has not yet been released, was driving a 2001 Ford Minivan when it collided with the coal train, ...


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CMU breaks ground on new dorm

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Colorado Mesa University trustees, employees and boosters turned the dirt Thursday evening on the site of the university’s newest residence hall. The new residence hall on the southeast corner of Texas and Cannell avenues will be the ...


Backers: Legalizing pot would earn state $60M

By Charles Ashby

The ballot measure to legalize marijuana could generate more than $60 million a year in tax revenue, according to a new report released by backers of Amendment 64. In a 13-page report, the left-leaning Colorado Center on Law & Policy said ...


Montrose council pulls $24,000 from economic development office

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Though the Montrose City Council has moved to pull funding from the Montrose Economic Development Corp., the door could be open to restore the money. A council majority this week agreed to yank the city’s $24,000 contribution to the ...


Gas panel: Encana an ‘outstanding’ energy firm

By Duffy Hayes

Striking a balance between energy development and the environment is as important as ever in today’s political climate, and Colorado’s oil and gas regulatory agency recently recognized some of the industry leaders in this ...


Focus on graduation standards, Brown advises CMU trustees

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Hank Brown, a former U.S. senator and past president of the University of Colorado and University of Northern Colorado, advised Colorado Mesa University’s trustees Thursday to focus on transitioning to a university and overseeing ...


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Coal taking market lumps

By Dennis Webb

When mudslides recently closed Union Pacific railroad tracks in Eagle County, Oxbow Mining President Jim Cooper was glad the shutdown didn’t last long. Thanks to lessened market demand, Oxbow’s Elk Creek Mine in Somerset already ...


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Fake tutor gets 12 years in sex assault

By Paul Shockley

A Grand Junction man who sexually assaulted a 14-year-old girl after posing as a tutor endorsed by School District 51 will serve at least 12 years in prison. Adam Clayton Ross, 28, was sentenced Thursday by District Judge Brian Flynn to serve ...


Blotter, Aug. 17, 2012

By Staff

Rockslide misses roadway Colorado State Patrol responded on Thursday to an early-evening call of a rock slide along Interstate 70, close to the West Palisade Exit near mile marker 42. When troopers arrived on-scene, Colorado Department of ...


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