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Colorado Mesa students listen, with nods to both candidates

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About 75 people, most of them Colorado Mesa University students, watched raptly as President Barack Obama and former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney faced off in the first of three presidential debates on Wednesday. College Democrats hosted an ...

Coal rep: Power supply vulnerable in U.S.

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An improving economy could expose gaps in the nation’s supply of electricity, the head of the American Coalition for Clean Coal Electricity said Wednesday. The closure of coal-fired generating stations has reduced the nation’s ...


Shelledy kids get in step with Walk To School Day

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Walking to school was the highlight of Jadah Marquez’s week. The 7-year-old was one of more than 120 students who signed up to walk to Shelledy Elementary School in Fruita Wednesday morning on International Walk to School Day. Mesa View ...

Garfield County candidates spar on energy issues

By Dennis Webb

Garfield County commissioner incumbents and their challengers in this fall’s election sparred Wednesday over how much the county can and should do to help protect the public and environment as oil and gas development occurs. Incumbent ...

Gateway duck derby tonight

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Gateway School’s Parent-Teacher Organization will sponsor the seventh annual Duck Derby today in Gateway. A parade will begin at 5 p.m. on Foy Road, followed by a blue duck race at 6 p.m. and a gold duck race at 6:30 p.m. The ducks are ...


Affidavit: Man knew assailant in shooting

By Paul Shockley

A man who was shot late Monday outside a Fruitvale apartment complex told investigators he knew his assailant only as “Payaso,” a Sureno gang member from Los Angeles who was among a group of people interested in selling marijuana ...

Delta cops: Man’s death suspicious

By Staff

The Delta Police Department labeled a man’s death Monday night as suspicious. Officers were called around 8:12 p.m. to a report of possible suspicious activity in the area of H-38 Road and U.S. Highway 50. They arrived to find a man ...

Pot proposal ignites
 attention at debate

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The measure on the November ballot to legalize marijuana possession won the support of many of the Congressional and legislative challengers — most of them second-tier candidates ­—  who appeared before a League of Women ...

Bike event to restrict Monument access

By Staff

Motorists planning to enter Colorado National Monument on Saturday morning should plan to use the Fruita entrance or Little Park Road to allow the “Tour of the Moon” bicycle tour to use Rim Rock Drive between DS Road and the Grand ...

Enrollment down; official count due next month

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School districts across the state took official enrollment counts on Monday that will determine exactly how much funding the state shells out to schools for the 2012-13 school year. District 51 will receive $6,141.19 per student this year, a ...

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