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Man, 18, charged in stabbing death at Montrose party

By Paul Shockley

A Montrose grand jury returned indictments in the fatal stabbing of a 19-year-old man, some 16 months after prosecution was declined in the wake of the arrest of former 7th Judicial District Attorney Myrl Serra. Isaac A. Garcia, 18, of Grand ...


Plan ignores energy, legislators tell BLM

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Twenty-three Colorado legislators, all Republicans, signed a letter urging the Bureau of Land Management to discard the proposed resource-management plan for the Colorado River Valley, saying it seems intended to discourage oil and gas ...


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Homeless coalition seeks volunteers to clean The Point

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The Grand Valley Coalition for the Homeless is asking for the public’s help to clean up a homeless encampment at the confluence of the Gunnison and Colorado rivers this weekend. Volunteers will work from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday and ...


Firm buys uranium company, Wyoming mine

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Energy Fuels Inc. completed its acquisition of Titan Uranium Inc. on Wednesday, giving the combined company a uranium mine in Wyoming and a large chunk of stock in another company. Energy Fuels (TSX:EFR) also won agreement from Colorado state ...


GJ museum official heads to Mexico for rock art study

By Staff

A Museum of Western Colorado official will spend a week studying rock art in Mexico and discussing the examples of rock art found in the southwest United States. Zebulon Miracle, curator of anthropology for the museum, was invited by the ...


Hickenlooper wants new panel to resolve standoff on drilling regs

By Charles Ashby

Gov. John Hickenlooper signed an executive order Wednesday to create a special task force to examine local and state regulatory issues surrounding oil and gas drilling. The 11-member task force, which is to report its finding to the governor ...


Senate OKs bill to give rural legislators a raise

By Charles Ashby

A bill that will increase per diem expense pay for rural lawmakers is on its way to the governor. The measure, HB1301, passed the Senate on Wednesday without debate on a 21–13 vote, with 10 Democrats and three Republicans voting against ...


Judge mostly backs ruling on uranium leases

By Dennis Webb

A judge rejected a request by the U.S. Department of Energy for him to rescind his suspension of a federal uranium-leasing program in western Colorado, but he revised the order to allow for certain necessary activities by the agency. U.S. ...


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So, WTF? $2 million for Fruita?

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In higher-level math, it seems that W+T+F = about $2 million. Another equally valid answer is “priceless.” That’s the conclusion of Eric Mello, who looked at the reach of the stories about Fruita’s consideration of ...


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40-day prayer vigil targets Planned Parenthood clinic

By Dennis Webb

A Western Slope Planned Parenthood office that figured into the recent national controversy involving Susan G. Komen for the Cure is being targeted for a 40-day prayer vigil by opponents of abortion. However, Betty Scranton, organizer of the ...


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