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Udall: Pass wind tax credits now

By Matthew Berger

U.S. Sen. Mark Udall on Tuesday kicked off a campaign to convince Congress to pass the federal wind production tax credit that provides investment incentives for wind manufacturing in the U.S. The Colorado Democrat said he would make a speech ...


Hispanic group fears federal immigration presence again at Strawberry Days Festival

By Dennis Webb

U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement isn’t saying if it plans to make another appearance at Glenwood Springs’ annual Strawberry Days festival, where its actions drew some criticism last year. The Roaring Fork Valley immigrant ...


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Gale-force push for wind-power tax credit

By Matthew Berger

The push to extend a tax credit for electricity generated by wind power is gaining steam this week as industry representatives meet in Atlanta for an annual conference. Among the delegations will be representatives of Grand Junction-based ...


Sheriffs to discuss working relationship with feds

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Western Slope sheriffs are stressing their good working relationships with the federal government in advance of what is billed as a sheriff’s roundtable to discuss the “constitutional sheriffs movement” and “burdensome ...


State AG forecasts health-law vote tally

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Without predicting the way the U.S. Supreme Court will decide, Colorado Attorney General John Suthers said it’s likely the outcome can be explained by the numbers. Should the nation’s high court uphold the constitutionality of ...


Cedaredge teen going to California burn unit

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J.D. TenNapel will fly to Sacramento, Calif., this morning to receive treatment for first- and second-degree burns he sustained Friday while trying to warn neighbors of a fire in his Cedaredge neighborhood. A doctor at Shriners Hospital for ...


Homeschool program cuts deal with district, will get new contract

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Nearly four months after their original contract expired, Mesa Valley Vision Home and Community Program and School District 51 are close to signing a new agreement to keep the district-affiliated homeschool program operational. The district ...


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Plans take shape for Battlement Mesa park

By Dennis Webb

Mountain bike skills courses, a splash park, a children’s zip line and a Western play town are just some of the proposed features in what organizers say is an ambitious plan for the first full-fledged park in Battlement Mesa. The ...


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Judge jails shoe camera peeper for 2 years

By Paul Shockley

A Grand Junction man who prosecutors said stalked random women at a grocery store and used a camera mounted on his shoe to surreptitiously film up their skirts, or while they used the toilet, was sentenced Monday to serve two years in the Mesa ...


Woman hit by car dies Sunday

By Staff

A 79-year-old California woman was hit by a truck on Horizon Drive and died Sunday night. Loretta Clark Pereda of Whittier, Calif., was struck by a northbound vehicle near the entrance to Country Inns of America, 718 Horizon Drive, according ...


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