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Organization honors ErkenBrack as a Father of the Year

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Rocky Mountain Health Plans President and Chief Executive Officer Steve ErkenBrack has been named one of Colorado’s 2012 Father of the Year honorees by The Father’s Day Council and the American Diabetes Association. Since 1999, ...


Bill would eliminate 10 public trustee posts

By Charles Ashby

DENVER — Rep. Ray Scott wants to shrink the size of government by doing away with the 10 public trustees in the state. The Grand Junction Republican plans to introduce a bill in the coming weeks to eliminate those positions, and the ...


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2 Fruita council members vying for mayor’s position

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Two Fruita City Council members are competing to replace Mayor Ken Henry this spring. Councilwoman Lori Buck, who is in the midst of a second, four-year term, and Councilman Terry Moss, whose own seat is up for election, will vie for the ...


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Sunshine greets riders for annual Worst Day trip

By Melinda Mawdsley

It could have been worse — a lot worse. Organizers of The Worst Day of the Year bicycle ride were prepared to go on a group ride Sunday morning no matter the conditions, believing that sometimes it is simply fun to ride. However, ...


This Week in the Legislature, Feb. 27, 2012

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This is deadline week for the first bills that were introduced during the session, meaning that work on bills that started in one chamber must be completed so that legislation can be sent to the other chamber by week’s end. ■ ...


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Rep. Scott’s move to Redlands satisfies rules for candidacy

By Charles Ashby

DENVER — Rep. Ray Scott did move into Grand Junction’s newly redrawn House District 55 in time to qualify for that seat, the state Republican Party says. Ryan Call, chairman of the Colorado GOP, said Scott provided him with ...


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2 found dead in Montrose

By Melinda Mawdsley

A man and woman were found dead in the front yard of a Montrose home Saturday night from apparent gunshot wounds, several residents of the quiet residential subdivision said. Law enforcement was mum Sunday about details surrounding the ...


Volunteers join effort to stop tamarisk invasion

By Matthew Berger

GATEWAY — The stiff breeze shooting through the canyon kept trying to knock down the newly planted willows. The future trees — branches, really — had been clipped from a dense stand of willow two miles up the Dolores River ...


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Sentinel takes Colorado Press Association top prize

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Colorado’s best daily newspaper with a circulation under 75,000 is The Daily Sentinel, according to the Colorado Press Association. Daily Sentinel Publisher Jay Seaton accepted the award for general excellence Saturday during the ...


Editor Marfitano cited for passion, leadership

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Daily Sentinel copy editor Carrie Marfitano nabbed the Rising Star award Saturday from the Colorado Press Association. The award highlights one newspaper professional who has been in the business fewer than five years and displays passion for ...


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