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Bennet walks line with energy producers

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Several western Colorado business people urged U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet, D-Colo., to prod along some energy-related projects as well as seek to give exporters a better chance to compete internationally. Mines in western Colorado are having ...


County critical of Montrose hospital trustees

By William Woody

MONTROSE — Montrose Memorial Hospital trustees violated open-meeting laws and performed unorthodox business procedures when they leased the hospital to a private nonprofit group last year, the Montrose County Commission said ...


Montrose County begins registration for emergency notification system

By Staff

MONTROSE — Montrose County officials are inviting the public to register online for emergency and disaster notification through an automated phone-messaging system. The county said it will use the Target Notification System to relay ...


GOP hits Tipton challenger on regulation, taxes

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Republicans greeted the entrance of state Rep. Sal Pace, D-Pueblo, to the 3rd Congressional District race by painting him as a proponent of heavy taxation and burdensome regulations. Pace, the minority leader in the Colorado House, on Tuesday ...


Montrose runway fix coming soon

By William Woody

MONTROSE — A fix for the damage caused last week to part of a Montrose Regional Airport runway is due by the end of the week, the Montrose City Council was told Tuesday night. Contractors were using a hydro-fracturing technique to drill ...


Two District 51 libraries get $5K each from Laura Bush Foundation

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Libraries at Bookcliff Middle School and Grand Mesa Middle School will receive $5,000 apiece next year from The Laura Bush Foundation for America’s Libraries. Bookcliff librarian Andrea Wiltse said she plans to spend the check on ...


Collbran schools will stay on 4-day week

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Another year of budget cuts ensured Plateau Valley School District 50 will spend a second year on a four-day-week calendar. Even if state reductions and other cuts hadn’t sliced $222,000 out of the district’s total budget ...


Forest proposal conflicts with coal mines

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Proposed changes to national forest-planning rules could gut the nation’s long-standing requirement that forests have many uses, Colorado mining and logging interests said. The proposed rule changes also could threaten a roadless rule ...


22 county residents to attend D.C. event

By Staff

Twenty-two Mesa County residents are among 64 Coloradans selected to attend the first Colorado Capital Conference in Washington, D.C., in June. Attendees to the conference, which is sponsored by U.S. Sen. Mark Udall, D-Colo., and Mesa State ...


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Ceremony offers respect, thanks to military vets

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More than 300 people, many of them veterans, gathered Monday morning for a Memorial Day ceremony to honor those who have served their country. Army veteran Leroy Wilcox was thankful to see so many people displaying gratitude for veterans. But ...


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