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Last Honor Flight vets marvel at war memorials

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

WASHINGTON, D.C.—Out of the Rockies, over the Missouri, Mississippi and Potomac rivers, the veterans on the final Western Colorado Honor Flight were given a hero’s welcome upon landing in Baltimore on Wednesday morning. Otelia ...


Supporters of increased school funding to rally on Saturday

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Friends of School District 51 will host its first campaign event this weekend to support the school district’s proposed mill levy override. The event will take place at 9 a.m. Saturday outside Mesa Mall in a parking lot on the west side ...


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Third time’s the charm for man, 100

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

After three tries, 100-year-old Edward Woynowskie finally cast his eyes on our nation’s Capitol on Wednesday afternoon as part of the Western Colorado Honor Flight. Woynowskie is a World War II veteran who served as a diesel mechanicon ...


Colorado revenue forecast looks like last year

By Charles Ashby

DENVER — It’s a vicious cycle. The economy could be at a turning point in its recovery and things could get a lot better, but only if things get a lot better, the state’s top economists said Tuesday. While the chances for ...


Dispute over ownership of Black Mountain Recycling turns violent

By Paul Shockley

A man was issued a summons Tuesday on suspicion he assaulted another man who was serving civil papers at Black Mountain Recycling Inc. near De Beque, according to the Mesa County Sheriff’s Department. Jefferson Lee Been, 24, was ...


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Former Delta mayor gets probation for attempted sexual assault of boy

By Paul Shockley

A former Delta mayor and City Council member accused of sexually molesting a young boy could avoid prison under the terms of a plea agreement. Roy Lynn Nelson, 41, was sentenced Tuesday to serve a four-year deferred judgment, in addition to ...


Telluride enters fight against uranium mill

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The town of Telluride has hired a Washington, D.C., law firm to prevent the construction of a uranium mill 50 miles away. Telluride jumped into the challenge to the state’s granting of a radioactive-materials permit to the mill, citing ...


Future cloudy for recycling in Montrose

By William Woody

MONTROSE — Montrose residents who want to recycle could pay a $6 monthly fee for the city service beginning in 2012. The Montrose County Council approved an ordinance on a 4-1 vote Tuesday to amend the 2012 budget and charge the fee to ...


Bond refinancing helps District 51

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A shaky stock market helped School District 51 save $4.1 million in interest that property-taxpayers otherwise would have paid on bonds issued in 2004 to build new schools. The district refinanced $76.71 million in bonds Sept. 8, when stock ...


Pros have Rx to keep program flying

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

Essential to the success of every Honor Flight has been a varying team of medical professionals willing to accommodate a wide variety of medical assistance needed by the aging veterans. “Our job is to provide basic first aid and rapid ...


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