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Stores bulking up on employees, hours to handle post-holiday rush on Sunday

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Fuzzy, pink bunny slippers not on your Christmas wish list? Pining instead for a Kindle or tool set? If you awakened this morning to something under the tree that was too big, too small, or too, shall we say, not you, and you’re eager ...


Tipton finds fault with Salazar’s wilderness push

By Dennis Webb

Congressman-elect Scott Tipton is criticizing a wilderness initiative by Interior Secretary Ken Salazar, saying it usurps the powers of Congress. Salazar on Thursday said he was ordering the Bureau of Land Management to undertake a new ...


Contractor: Parkway glitch not our fault

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The general contractor that built the $110 million Riverside Parkway refuted suggestions from the city of Grand Junction that defective materials or workmanship is to blame for repairs being made to the road. Thomas Clark, senior vice ...


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Itinerant church gets a place to call its own

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

Like Joseph and Mary, the members of Gospel Ministries have been told time and time again that there’s no room at the inn. For the past 13 years, the fledgling church has moved from location to location, spreading its members and ...


Monumental Majesty: 100 Years of Colorado National Monument

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CLICK HERE TO PURCHASE THE BOOK. Order your copy of “Monumental Majesty: 100 Years of Colorado National Monument” today for $32.95 plus tax and shipping. To celebrate the anniversary of western Colorado’s outdoor ...


Arrest stems from stare-down in store

By William Woody

MONTROSE — A confrontation between 7th Judicial District Attorney Myrl Serra and an unidentified woman in a Montrose department store in early December triggered the second arrest of Serra and new allegations of harassment and violation ...


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Attorney: Arson suspect mentally ill

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An attorney representing a Clifton woman charged with setting fire to her own apartment while her brother and two young children were inside said the woman has mental-health problems and is seeking treatment. “This is a mental-health ...


Panel will mediate river access disputes

By Dennis Webb

Gov. Bill Ritter ordered the creation of a River Access Mediation Commission on Thursday to try to help resolve disputes between boaters and property owners on Colorado waterways. The action was one of eight recommendations made by a ...


Sources: John Salazar tapped for state ag post

By Charles Ashby

U.S. Rep. John Salazar is close to accepting an offer from Gov.-elect John Hickenlooper to head the Colorado Department of Agriculture, two highly placed sources close to the Denver mayor’s transition team confirmed Thursday. The ...


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Man survives crash that sheered off top of his truck

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Kenton Miller knew something had gone horribly wrong as he hurtled down the country road, unable to slow or stop his truck. He just didn’t know exactly what. The 66-year-old owner of a window-washing business saw a single headlight ...


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