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Victims may speak at fraud sentencing

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There might be many angry investors who are left to recover but a few pennies on the dollar from the collapse of Valley Investments, but only two signed up to ask for retribution at a sentencing hearing, according to one. Two employees of ...


Driver hurt as semi rolls down ravine

By Paul Shockley

A semi hauling a trailer near Collbran careened off a road and hundreds of feet down a ravine, seriously injuring its driver, according to the Colorado State Patrol. Trooper Heather Cobler said the semi and trailer, owned by oil and gas ...


Override backers raise nearly $37,000

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Referred Measure 3B advocacy committee Friends of School District 51 raised nearly $37,000 between Aug. 30 and Sept. 28, according to a finance report filed Monday with the Colorado Secretary of State’s office. The campaign’s ...


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Stolen items found inside Hilltop van, affidavit says

By Paul Shockley

Police in Tennessee on Sunday found three laptop computers, 10 cell phones and an air pistol inside a van believed stolen last month from Hilltop Community Resources by a former employee, according to court records. The Chevrolet van was ...


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Family seeks details in stabbing death of Montrose man

By William Woody

A Montrose family is still trying to piece together the details that led to the stabbing death of Shaun Peter Cassidy in Fort Collins. Cassidy died Sunday of a stroke related to massive blood loss after he was stabbed in the neck with a beer ...


Say goodbye to $3 gas, chamber audience told

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Gasoline prices are unlikely to drop below $3 a gallon again because of the global growth in demand for fuel, a representative of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce said Tuesday. That demand slowly pushed up the price of gasoline in recent months, ...


Senate rejects Obama’s jobs bill

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With Associated Press reports Colorado’s senators complained that President Obama’s jobs bill fell short of getting a straight up-or-down vote Tuesday night. The president failed to muster any Republican votes for his $447 ...


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Rowland, King, Hamilton back mill levy override for schools

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Mesa County Commissioner Janet Rowland is all for cutting fat from government budgets. But after slicing $28 million over the last three years, District 51 is probably out of fat, Rowland said Tuesday at a rally supporting Referred Measure ...


Horse racing, training facility approved for Mack

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Mesa County commissioners approved a conditional use permit Tuesday for a horse training and racing facility in Mack. The 1,300-foot track is located at 855 R Road and owned by Jose Alvarez, who also owns Los Jilbertos restaurant. The permit ...


Dallas company buying into Encana operations in Piceance Basin

By Dennis Webb

A company that plans to buy part of the Piceance Basin distribution systems of Encana Oil & Gas (USA) says it also has committed to build facilities to support Encana’s new local exploration and development push in geological ...


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