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Federal smog standards may affect Grand Valley

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Tougher smog standards could affect the Grand Valley, possibly requiring measures such as emissions tests for vehicles and emissions controls on industry. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency will lower the primary standard for smog ...


Investigators release report on fatal Montrose cop shooting

By Amy Hamilton

The son of a Montrose man who killed a police officer and wounded two other officers watched helplessly as his father killed himself. Those details and other events surrounding the fatal shootout July 25 at a Montrose home are outlined in a ...


Legislators move to take back K-12 money

By Emily Shockley

State senators made a long-expected vote Tuesday to rescind 2.31 percent of each Colorado school district’s budget for 2009-10. The fate of the rescission now lies in the hands of the House of Representatives, which will vote on the ...


Tracking skiers, snowmobilers could help lynx study

By Dave Buchanan

In a turnabout in the use of radio collars to track wildlife, researchers from the U.S. Forest Service plan to use similar technology to follow two-legged recreationists. The Summit Daily News this week reported that Forest Service ...


Cops: Woman, 19, confessed to fatal stabbing

By Paul Shockley

A 19-year-old woman admitted to police she retrieved a knife from her kitchen following a fight, then stabbed a man who later died from his injury, according to an arrest affidavit. According to unredacted court documents obtained by The ...


Marijuana sales tax question to go to Fruita voters

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Fruita residents will get to vote in April whether to levy a 5 percent tax on the sale of medical marijuana. The City Council voted 4-1 Tuesday night to approve an ordinance creating the tax, subject to voters signing off on it during the ...


Production holds up, but revenue hit by low prices

By Dennis Webb

A big drop in natural gas drilling in Colorado last year shouldn’t mean a decrease in production levels, state regulators say. But the same factor driving that drilling drop — lower natural gas prices — will mean reduced ...


Restraining order hearing in Sheen case postponed

By Dennis Webb

A Pitkin County hearing to determine whether actor Charlie Sheen can have contact with his wife, Brooke Mueller, has been postponed until Friday. The hearing had been scheduled for this morning, but Mueller’s attorneys filed a motion ...


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Police chief search narrowed to six

By Emily Shockley

The search for a new chief of police in Grand Junction has been narrowed to six men. The Grand Junction Police Department received 73 applications for the department’s top spot, vacated Sept. 4 by Bill Gardner. Lakewood Police ...


Briefs, Jan. 20, 2010

By Staff

Valentines for soldiers accepted at mall The third annual Valentines Factory, hosted by Grand Valley Blue Star Mothers, will be from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday and 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday at Mesa Mall. People are encouraged to drop off ...


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