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Paonia coal mine has links with energy-starved China

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International interest in Colorado coal is a welcome economic signal, but it doesn’t mean clean coal from the northwest will soon be sent across the Pacific Ocean, the head of the mining association said. State officials are pinning ...


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Neal promotes social studies for state tests

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Colorado Board of Education member Marcia Neal hopes Colorado legislators won’t dismiss the addition of social studies to state standardized testing as too expensive. The price tag of having five subject areas to test each year ...


Montrose council changes meeting day

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MONTROSE — Beginning Jan. 4, regular meetings of the Montrose City Council will take place on the first and third Tuesdays of each month. The move from Mondays to Tuesdays is the only change to the schedule. Council work sessions will ...


White’s wife, McConnell to vie for Senate District 8

By Charles Ashby

Two people so far are vying to replace state Sen. Al White in Senate District 8, and one of them is his wife. White, a Hayden Republican, is resigning from the Colorado Senate effective Saturday to join Gov.-elect John Hickenlooper’s ...


Railroad club creates track-side memories for holiday show

By Rachel Sauer

The Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway never ran through western Colorado, but because it’s Christmastime, let’s pretend it did. Let’s say this silver bullet of a train, with its Warbonnet-style engine, wound between the ...


Internet providers frown on new FCC rules

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New rules approved last week by the Federal Communications Commission regarding Internet customers’ access to content are not needed and might not last, service providers said. The new rules, referred to as “net neutrality,” ...


Friends of Montrose library smile at book donations

By William Woody

MONTROSE — For years, the Friends of the Library organization has sold used books by the ton and used the proceeds to pay for reading programs that help keep the public involved with the Montrose Regional Library. The volunteer group ...


Court says 2 former employees owed more by Collbran

By Paul Shockley

The town of Collbran may be forced to pay additional amounts to two former employees who successfully sued the town for breach of contract, according to a ruling from the Colorado Court of Appeals. In a ruling handed down Dec. 16, a ...


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Collaboration is key to women’s success

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Despite exceptions to the rule, Chris Reddin theorizes that men in business tend to be more competitive, while women are more collaborative. That works out well for her, because economic development, the mission of the Grand Junction Business ...


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Schwenke used Nebraska football as networking tool

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When Diane Schwenke was a child, her mother told her she needed to learn how to make a living someday, in case her husband died. Decades later, Schwenke happily says her husband is alive and well, and she has carved out a lifetime of jobs ...


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