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081910 CNM rock wall

Historic monument heights preserved

By Amy Hamilton

Workers on Colorado National Monument are improving upon a piece of history as they repair a rock retaining wall on Rim Rock Drive. The winding rock wall that hugs the road was first installed by members of the Civilian Conservation Corps and ...


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Mesa State starting classes with new projects, faculty, costs, amenities

By Emily Shockley

Mesa State College students left campus in May with a science building under construction, a bookstore under a tented structure and a health sciences building still standing. All that has changed. Returning students beginning classes at the ...


082010 Salazar 1

Accusations flying over Bear Ranch expansion

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Although U.S. Rep. John Salazar, D-Colo., said he will wait for the next Congress to move a bill on a western Colorado land trade, there’s no truce in the fight sparked by the legislation. The battle over Ragged Mountain grew more ...


CMC leases Parachute site for classes, wants comment about what to offer

By Staff

Colorado Mountain College has leased a building in Parachute and has scheduled several classes there this fall. The college also is seeking input from residents, businesses and community leaders in the Parachute and Battlement Mesa area about ...


Mesa County refunds sales tax to energy firms

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Mesa County’s sales-tax base, weakened by the recession, has taken another hit after the county this month refunded more than $500,000 in sales tax to at least one local energy-services company in connection with a Colorado Court of ...


Richardson, Ritter: States lead way on green energy

By Dennis Webb

ASPEN — If the federal government isn’t going to take on domestic energy problems, then it falls to states to do so, New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson said Saturday. Richardson told an Aspen audience during a joint appearance with ...


082210 Palisade Peach fest

Peach festival plump with people

By Charles Ashby

With peach cuisine, a peach-eating contest and a peach parade, there certainly was no shortage of peaches at the 42nd annual Palisade Peach Festival this weekend. The four-day event, which concludes today, is one of the state’s top ...


Pickens, Turner push gas at confab

By Dennis Webb

ASPEN — Oilman T. Boone Pickens and media giant Ted Turner joined Saturday in touting natural gas as an important part of the nation’s energy future and a resource Pickens says can be cleanly produced. The two were part of a ...


County to decide on giving pot shop question to voters

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Mesa County commissioners will decide Monday whether to put a question on the November ballot asking voters if they want to ban medical marijuana centers in unincorporated areas of the county. New state law gives local governments the leeway ...


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Homeless, but not voiceless

By Amy Hamilton

Spend a couple hours at Whitman Park, where some of the area’s homeless people congregate, and ask them for their thoughts about Jacob Richards. Some bristle in defense, leery about a stranger posing questions about their ally. Who ...


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