Western Colorado

Page 1356 of 1996


ACLU eyes trooper investigation

By Paul Shockley

The American Civil Liberties Union of Colorado said Monday it’s watching developments in the investigation of Jason Kemp’s death and already has approached some of those involved in the matter. Mark Silverstein, legal director for ...


Library grant will buy more computers

By Staff

The Mesa County Regional Library District is one of 76 statewide that will share in a $2.3 million grant from the American Recovery Act. The grant, awarded to the Colorado State Library system on Monday, is part of a larger $3.3 million ...


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Modern auction in Loma benefits region

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Think of the Western Slope Cattlemen’s Livestock Auction not as a catwalk — with which it shares many similarities — but as a cattlewalk. Some of the participants have to be prodded onto the stage, like reluctant junior ...


Roadwork to delay monument motorists

By Staff

Road maintenance work will continue this week in Colorado National Monument, and motorists should expect 10- to 15-minute delays. Workers on Tuesday will begin resurfacing the entire 26-mile stretch of Rim Rock Drive. The project will start ...


Man killed, sister injured in rollover

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A man was killed and his sister was injured Sunday afternoon in a rollover accident on Interstate 70 in eastern Utah, the Utah Highway Patrol said. The accident happened just before 2 p.m. when a front tire blew out on a 2008 Ford F250 truck ...


Nemnich jury to be selected from 400

By Paul Shockley

A jury for the trial of a 65-year-old man charged with murder in two 1975 slayings will be culled from a pool of 400 Mesa County residents. Rose Anne Kelley, jury commissioner for Mesa County’s 21st Judicial District, said some 400 ...


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Main Street businesses put rear entrances in forefront in their effort to lure shoppers

By Amy Hamilton

Instead of waiting for jackhammers to begin peeling up the road and orange construction fencing to spring up, business owners affected by the next phase of the Main Street Uplift project are being proactive about planned wintertime ...


Suicide-prevention foundation copes with slowing donations

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Confronted with a recession-driven decline in charitable contributions, the Western Colorado Suicide Prevention Foundation is examining ways it can reduce expenses and generate new sources of revenue. Although that’s the norm for ...


Candidates alter their stances on hot topics

By Charles Ashby

Several candidates for various federal and state offices have reversed or revised their stances on issues in recent months. Some changes in candidates’ opinions have occurred since last month’s primary races. Other changes ...


Traffic Alert, Sept. 26, 2010

By Staff

The following road closures and maintenance projects may impact traffic this week: CDOT Widening of Interstate 70 Business This project will widen I-70B between 24 Road and 24 3/4 Road. Traffic has been switched to the south side in the ...


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