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Bear Ranch exchange seen in new light after elections

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The Bear Ranch land exchange, considered dead after the November election, might be resuscitated. One of the leading opponents of the exchange, Ed Marston of Paonia, said he is interested in talking about the idea some more. The Gunnison ...


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Passenger injured, Loma driver jailed after wreck

By Amy Hamilton

A Loma man was arrested on suspicion of vehicular assault after drinking alcohol, rolling the vehicle he was driving and sending his passenger to a hospital. Dallas Michael Abbot, 63, 1227 15 Road, was driving with a revoked license Saturday ...


Hautzinger’s office helped victims in Serra probe

By Paul Shockley

The state attorney general’s office received assistance from Mesa County prosecutors in the early stages of the criminal case against Montrose’s former top prosecutor. At the request of First Assistant Attorney General Robert ...


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Mesa State instructors picked as presenters at music conference

By Melinda Mawdsley

The talent and expertise of the Mesa State College music faculty has been noticed at the state level. As part of the annual Colorado Music Educators Association conference in Colorado Springs, five Mesa State instructors have been selected to ...


Legislator: Sick trees mean business

By William Woody

MONTROSE — The new representative for House District 58 said he will begin drafting a bill this week to address the devastation wrought by the bark-beetle infestation in Colorado forests. He intends for it to jump-start the ...


Hospice gala gives area’s well-dressed a red-carpet night

By Melinda Mawdsley

Tuxedos and sequins are not commonly seen at Mesa County parties. Unless, of course, the partying happened Saturday night. Inspired nearly one year ago by a small, black, three-dimensional chandelier, officials with Hospice & Palliative ...


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Wilderness advocates size up a changed political landscape

By Dennis Webb

When Jeff Widen considers what special place he particularly would love to see protected in a San Juan Mountains wilderness bill, an area west of Silverton immediately springs to mind. Widen, the Durango-based associate director of the ...


Money a question mark for Thompson coalition

By Dennis Webb

A coalition trying to stop oil and gas development on some 200,000 acres west of Carbondale is having to start a dialogue with a new congressman who last year defeated an incumbent who had agreed to take up their effort. But the group’s ...


Governor clear about priorities

By Charles Ashby

A coalition trying to stop oil and gas development on some 200,000 acres west of Carbondale is having to start a dialogue with a new congressman who last year defeated an incumbent who had agreed to take up their effort. But the group’s ...


Montrose hospital case goes to court

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A dispute about a Montrose Memorial Hospital lease is headed to court, now that efforts at mediation have fallen through. Two days of hearings in April are scheduled before District Judge Jeff Herron, who declined last year to allow the ...


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