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Tax cuts pass House; GOP threatens filibuster

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Colorado’s U.S. senators are unlikely to be allowed to cast votes for extending the Bush tax cuts in the form they would prefer. The House voted 234-188 in the lame-duck session Thursday to extend the Bush tax cuts to taxpayers earning ...


County posts classified info

By Paul Shockley

Thousands of internal, computerized records collected over 20 years at the Mesa County Sheriff’s Department were mistakenly made available on the Internet in April by an employee with the Mesa County Information Technology Department, ...


Olathe man charged with sex crimes; pattern of abuse revealed in affidavit

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MONTROSE — An Olathe man has been charged with having unlawful sex with a 15-year-old girl during a series of sexual encounters dating back to 2008. Aaron Wayne Brack, 27, 53731 Falcon Road, Olathe, formally was charged with four counts ...


Businesses eligible for energy loans from state

By Staff

Two new programs will help Colorado businesses save money and energy. Businesses that register with the state’s Green Colorado Credit Reserve can get up to $100,000 in loans to pay for energy-efficiency projects in an office or ...


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Group: Junkyard springing up

By Amy Hamilton

After spending countless hours in years past rallying against the proliferation of junkyards near the Colorado River, a group of citizens is concerned a new one is forming on the Redlands Parkway. About 100 wrecked cars contained inside a ...


120210 ski conditions graph

Early snow falling mostly in north

By Dave Buchanan

Ski resorts in northern and central Colorado are benefitting from La Nina while southern areas are falling short, according to a report released Wednesday from the National Resources Conservation Service. The report, titled the Ski West ...


Food-safety bill may face opposition of GOP senators

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A food-safety measure described by Sen. Michael Bennet, D-Colo., as needed to “finally bring food safety in this country into the 21st century” seems mired in constitutional issues that could require a second vote. It’s a ...


Two Grand Junction credit unions see merger as mutually beneficial

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Two Grand Junction credit unions are looking to merge into one, pressed by a variety of factors, including increasing regulation, officials said. Mt. Garfield Federal Credit Union, chartered in 1938, sought out a potential merger with Rio ...


Energy firms fined for permit violations

By Dennis Webb

Noble Energy and ExxonMobil Oil Corp. received minor fines for local drilling-permit violations in two of eight enforcement actions taken this week by the Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission. The actions marked a continuing effort by ...


Fed building project aims for ‘net zero’

By Staff

The 92-year-old Wayne N. Aspinall Federal Building in downtown Grand Junction will be rebuilt from within to meet new energy-efficiency standards. Construction is to begin in February on a $12.3 million contract to replace the interior ...


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