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Hotsenpiller opens door at scandal-ridden office

By William Woody

MONTROSE — You can see through the glass door installed on the entrance to his office. That means even when the door is closed, you can see Dan Hotsenpiller. You can see what the Seventh Judicial District Attorney is doing when ...


Civil unions bill faces test in House

By Charles Ashby

Only time will tell if a civil-union bill to give same-sex couples similar rights as those offered to married couples will gain enough Republican support in the Colorado House as it did in the Senate. On Thursday, the controversial measure ...


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Montrose looks for schools chief

By William Woody

MONTROSE — Montrose School District RE-1J employees, parents and community residents turned out Friday afternoon to meet the three finalists for district superintendent. Tammy Clementi, Mark MacHale and Jeff Perry shared their ...


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Grand Junction judge takes top state honor

By Paul Shockley

A 28-year veteran of the bench, 21st Judicial District Chief Judge David Bottger has pondered the deadly serious and the silly. “We were talking about elk droppings today,” Bottger said Friday, recalling testimony in a civil ...


Crawford woman killed in crash

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A Crawford woman was killed Thursday after she was thrown from her sport utility vehicle in a rollover accident. Carol Lyn Lang, 44, was pronounced dead at the scene of the crash, the Colorado State Patrol said. Lang was driving west on ...


Palisade chamber director resigns; board had concerns about 2nd job

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Palisade Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Bayley Rogers has resigned after just five months on the job, following a falling out with the chamber’s board of directors. Bennett Price, a member of the chamber board and a town ...


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Erratic wind flips boat

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Joe Russo knows all about fierce winds and the havoc they can wreak, having spent 11 years as a firefighter digging fire lines with the U.S. Forest Service. But he said he never witnessed anything like the weather event he saw Thursday in ...


Valley crime dips last year, report shows

By Paul Shockley

Pondering numbers that detail reported crime in the Grand Valley in 2010, Mesa County Sheriff Stan Hilkey said just wait a quarter or so. Things are subject to change. “When we had a dip in our jail population, I told people, ...


Silt Mesa family sues Antero, 2 other drilling firms

By Charles Ashby

Law firms from Aspen and New York City filed Thursday the first of what is expected to be several lawsuits against natural gas drilling companies operating in Garfield County. The lawsuit, filed in Denver District Court, claims Denver-based ...


Mesa State College looks at going Greek

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Sororities and fraternities are all Greek to Mesa State College students. But a committee forming this spring may change that. A group of students, staff and faculty members is being assembled to examine whether the college should create ...


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