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Stapleton gets nod in race for state treasurer

By Staff

Like the GOP nomination for governor, the race to decide who would be the Republican nominee for Colorado treasurer was too close to call on primary night. But now that all the ballots have been counted, Walker Stapleton edged J.J. Ament for ...


Blotter, Aug. 12, 2010

By Staff

Mom: Daughter took car At noon Tuesday, a Grand Junction Police Department officer contacted a woman about a stolen vehicle from the 3000 block of Bentley Drive. The woman told officers she lent the vehicle to her daughter July 30 and ...


McInnis concedes governor’s race

By Charles Ashby

Former congressman Scott McInnis conceded the race for the GOP nomination for governor today. In a statement, the Grand Junction resident thanks his supporters and called for them to unite behind the party’s candidate, including those ...


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Tipton rolls McConnell in GOP battle for House seat

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Scott Tipton, a Cortez businessman and state legislator, on Tuesday got what he’s been wanting now for some time: a shot at Congress with the wind at his back. Tipton, a Republican, lost the general election in 2006 to 3rd Congressional ...


Vallario edges out Winters by 78 votes

By Staff

Eight-year Garfield County Sheriff Lou Vallario barely won his Republican primary election Tuesday, in an outcome the loser and Vallario’s Democratic challenger say sends a message about voter dissatisfaction with the ...


10 new pacts will protect wildlife habitat

By Dennis Webb

Ten agreements with energy companies under the state’s new oil and gas rules will protect more than 550 square miles of wildlife habitat in northwest Colorado, Gov. Bill Ritter said Tuesday. The protections cover 355,000 acres, ...


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Tea party favorite Buck outduels Norton

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Ken Buck, who a year ago nearly walked away from the race for the Republican nomination for the U.S. Senate, walked away with it on Tuesday. Buck outpolled Grand Junction native Jane Norton 52 percent-48 percent statewide, though Norton won ...


Scott wins House District 54

By Charles Ashby

Money didn’t matter in House District 54. Despite being outraised in campaign funding, Ray Scott won the Republican Party primary Tuesday by a 10-point margin over Bob Hislop. Because there are no other candidates for the general ...


Bennet beats Romanoff 54 percent to 46 percent in Democratic Senate primary

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U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet on Tuesday completed the first step toward claiming his job as his own. Bennet, appointed by Gov. Bill Ritter last year, defeated Andrew Romanoff, a former Colorado House speaker, 54 percent to 46 percent, in the ...


Maes wins by razor-thin margin

By Charles Ashby

It was too close to call most of the evening, but by the early morning hours today Dan Maes was on his way to a squeaker victory over Scott McInnis in the GOP primary for governor. Most of the evening Maes and McInnis were deadlocked with ...


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