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This Week in the Legislature, Feb. 6, 2012

By Staff

After taking Friday off because of a massive snowstorm, the Legislature will have some catching up to do on the floor of the House and Senate, clearing some bills immediately before them. ■ Today: An ethics committee looking into the ...


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Missing men found dead in Utah canyon

By Amy Hamilton

A Facebook page dedicated to finding two Grand Junction men who seemed to disappear in rural Utah last week lit up with condolences and kind words after the vehicle they were driving was found in a deep ravine Sunday morning. By Sunday ...


More students aiming for higher degrees at CMU

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While the number of bachelor’s and master’s degrees awarded by Colorado Mesa University continues to rise, the number of associate degrees and certificates awarded by the Colorado Mesa system dipped last year. The number of ...


Santorum vows assault on EPA, laws, if elected

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MONTROSE — The federal government will play a smaller role in the affairs of the West should he win the nomination and ultimately the presidency, former Pennsylvania Sen. Rick Santorum said. Santorum, one of the four remaining ...


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Santorum rouses Montrose crowd

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MONTROSE — Former Pennsylvania Sen. Rick Santorum lashed out at President Barack Obama on Saturday for the president’s handling of threats to Israel, bringing many of the crowd of more than 400 to their feet. “I have never ...


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Colorado timber at heart of craftsman’s honed skis

By Dennis Webb

When Matt Cudmore first clicked into skis he’d built and headed downhill, it was a revelatory moment. “It turns out it was the funnest ski I’ve ever been on,” Cudmore said. “I decided to make more.” The ...


Romney still strong in Mesa County

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Four years ago in the Mesa County caucuses, Mitt Romney made mincemeat of his Republican opposition in the race for the Republican nomination for the presidency. Romney, a former governor of Massachusetts, garnered 1,189 votes, or 67 ...


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Fruita’s center of attention

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If it had been up to Jim DeHart, the lot occupied by the Fruita Community Center would be nothing more than an oversized dirt patch. The 18-year Fruita resident twice voted against a 1 percent sales tax to subsidize the construction and ...


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Fruita’s center of attention

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If it had been up to Jim DeHart, the lot occupied by the Fruita Community Center would be nothing more than an oversized dirt patch. The 18-year Fruita resident twice voted against a 1 percent sales tax to subsidize the construction and ...


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Alphabet adds up for math whiz

By Paul Shockley

Maya Hilty’s into math. She apparently spells words in front of strangers in her spare time. The 12-year-old East Middle School student is so good at math, you’ll find her at an upcoming Math Counts competition for Mesa County ...


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