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Montrose teacher’s $10,000 award put to use with new resource room

By William Woody

MONTROSE — Teachers and administrators of Northside Elementary School celebrated Thursday the opening of its school resource room, giving parents additional tools to stay involved with their children’s education. The room is a ...


U.S. now must guide Libya toward credible elections, state senators say

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Colorado’s senators commended the Obama administration Thursday for working to bring down Libyan dictator Moammar Gadhafi. The dictator, who had reigned for 42 years, died after he was captured by rebels and shot in the ...


County quiet on state tax ballot issue

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A stack of Proposition 103 support signs are available at the offices of Mesa Valley Education Association. So far, only two or three have been plucked from the pile, according to association President Jim Smyth. One is outside the local ...


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Cops working overtime to monitor Occupy Grand Junction protesters

By Amy Hamilton

Supporters of an Occupy Grand Junction movement that started last Saturday will celebrate their first week of protests with a march through the city this Saturday. Anyone is invited to attend a “Funeral Procession for the American ...


DA: No charges in Montrose man’s death

By William Woody

MONTROSE — Larimer County District Attorney Larry Abrahamson announced Thursday that no charges will be filed against a Fort Collins woman for the stabbing-related death of Montrose resident Shaun Cassidy in Fort Collins earlier this ...


CMU asks Western State to return favor of name change consultation

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Colorado Mesa University trustees asked Western State College President Jay Helman to keep both schools’ interests in mind as the college considers a name change. Helman said during a visit to a trustee meeting Wednesday his school is ...


Udall lauds Senate passage of bill for ski areas’ off season

By Dennis Webb

U.S. Sen. Mark Udall, D-Colo., on Wednesday cheered the Senate’s passage the prior evening of legislation clarifying the ability of ski areas to offer more year-round uses on federal lands. “I’ve been fighting for five years ...


Judge halts uranium leasing, reverses DOE finding on environment

By Dennis Webb

A federal judge on Tuesday suspended a 42-square-mile federal uranium-leasing program in Mesa, Montrose and San Miguel counties, ruling that it failed to undergo legally required environmental reviews and can’t go forward until it ...


Adults cleared after two child-abduction claims; 2 other claims made up

By William Woody

MONTROSE — The Montrose Police Department has closed its investigation into three suspected attempted child abductions, according to a department news release. The first report on Sept. 29 involved a 12-year-old boy and a man driving a ...


Fire rekindles, does further damage to home in Rifle

By Dennis Webb

A Rifle Fire Protection District official says firefighters feel badly about a home fire that rekindled and expanded into the living quarters after it appeared to be out. But fire marshal Kevin Whelan said firefighters had taken numerous ...


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