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More state computer woes, this time with data for handguns

By Charles Ashby

A day after State Auditor Sally Symanski revealed the state’s computers aren’t as secure as they should be, her office told lawmakers Tuesday that Colorado’s concealed-handgun-permit database isn’t all that it could ...


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Powderhorn opening stalls; golf courses reap rewards

By Dave Buchanan

Just about the time Powderhorn Ski Resort announced Tuesday that its much-awaited Thursday opening has been delayed, Lincoln Park golf pro Robert O’Hara saw his 50th golf player of the day out the door. The continuing stretch of warm ...


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Plea deal may be near for escapee

By Dennis Webb

GLENWOOD SPRINGS — A public defender Tuesday indicated a plea deal may be near but pushed for independent access to a Rifle police car allegedly fired upon by an escaped Arizona prison inmate. “Hopefully we’ll be able to ...


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New City Market goes eco-friendly

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A nod to the growing green and natural movement, both in terms of its products and its infrastructure, is evident from the moment the doors slide open at the newest City Market location. The bright and open feel to the store is courtesy of ...


Ute, Clifton water districts raising rates

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It’s going to cost more to turn on the faucet next year when the Clifton and Ute water districts raise rates to cover increasing costs. Clifton Water District will bump up its rates as of Jan. 1, and the district’s 40,000 ...


Student Bamford succumbs to ailments

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A funeral will take place Saturday for a Grand Junction High School student who battled a legion of illnesses for 15 months. Michael Elliott Bamford died Dec. 11 at Children’s Hospital in Aurora, where he was being treated for cystic ...


Tipton: Tax bill loaded with lard

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The measure to extend the existing federal tax scheme has been “Christmas-treed up” with unnecessary ornaments, U.S. Rep.-elect Scott Tipton, R-Colorado, said Tuesday. A measure aimed at extending for two years what have become ...


Custodians canned after discussion ... ‘Scrooge,’ and all that

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After agreeing unanimously on a series of contracts and agreements worth about $5 million, the Mesa County Commission split sharply on Monday over how to award an $80,000 janitorial contract. Mesa County Commissioner Janet Rowland noted that ...


Silverton upset that Qwest hasn’t brought it fiber-optic technology

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Qwest Communications is five years late in getting fiber-optic cable to Silverton and the town wants the Colorado Public Utilities Commission to step in on its behalf. Silverton, which sits at 9,300 feet in the San Juan Mountains, is hosting ...


City Council revokes permit for gravel pit

By Amy Hamilton

Is the road safe for pedestrians with truck traffic? What about bus stops for children? And, what about water? Residents of an Orchard Mesa neighborhood have been asking those questions for the past 18 months about a proposal for a gravel ...


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