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Super PACs flood campaigns 
with money for negative ads


By Charles Ashby

Super political action committees and other outside political groups have spent nearly $219 million on various U.S. House races since the election began, including Colorado’s 3rd Congressional District, according to the Sunlight ...


Ryan to be in Montrose on Friday

By Staff

Paul Ryan, the Republican Party’s vice presidential candidate, is scheduled to come to the Montrose Regional Airport for a rally on Friday. Mitt Romney’s running mate, who is to attend a rally in Greeley today, will address ...


Overseas ballots could be key in close race

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If a close presidential election in Colorado hinges on ballots from overseas and military voters, it could take until Nov. 14 to determine how Colorado’s nine electoral votes will be awarded. Mesa County elections officials are ...


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High-tech gadgets in classes get Holy Family’s blessing

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Chase Ferrone doesn’t get in trouble when he whips out his iPad during class. At Holy Family Catholic School, where Ferrone is an eighth-grader, bringing a tablet to school is encouraged. The private school introduced a “Bring ...


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Quarles out as Palisade police chief

By Paul Shockley

Longtime Palisade Police Chief Carroll Quarles was no longer employed as of Oct. 24, while Palisade’s police department will be headed over the coming months by a high-ranking Grand Junction police officer, officials said Tuesday. Town ...


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Jobs, businesses 
recovering from 
pit of recession

By Charles Ashby

The Grand Valley’s unemployment rate dropped from 9.6 to 8.1 percent over the past year. While that’s not necessarily a level that’s acceptable for any period of time, it’s still remarkable considering how bad the ...


Ex-Paonia official stole $400,000, CBI says

By Paul Shockley

A former financial officer for the town of Paonia is accused of stealing nearly $400,000 from the town nearly five years for personal expenses. Kristin Chesnik, 42, was issued a summons Tuesday on suspicion of one count of theft, a class 3 ...


County vote turnout passes 50 percent mark

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Turnout in Mesa County exceeded 50 percent on Tuesday, a week before the last chance to win over voters on Election Day. Statewide, nearly 1 million voters had cast ballots as of Tuesday and statistics from the Secretary of State’s ...


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Next chapter for library: Raise cash

By Duffy Hayes

The vision of a bright, modern and refreshed new central library was front and center Tuesday, as library officials and supporters of the current rehabilitation project happening at Fifth Street and Grand Avenue gathered to kickoff a public ...


District’s long-range plan in the works

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District 51 School Board members may adopt goals, objectives and strategies for a long-term plan for the district as soon as their next meeting, Nov. 13. At board retreats Oct. 16 and Tuesday at the Basil T. Knight Center, board members added ...


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