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Club 20: Tipton tries to loosen loan rules for small banks

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U.S. Rep. Scott Tipton, R-Colo., is working with a Colorado Democrat to loosen credit for small businesses, a measure Tipton touted Saturday as he spoke during the fall meeting of Club 20. The “Capital Access for Main Street” ...


Regulations ‘breaking country,’ Club 20 speaker says

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Federal regulation is stifling the nation’s economic recovery, a Wyoming natural resources attorney told Club 20 on Saturday. Regulation “has become so costly that it is breaking our country,” Harriet Hageman, who represents ...


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Club 20: Keep state open for business, Hickenlooper says

By Charles Ashby

Make Colorado more business friendly and push all forms of energy development as long as companies act responsibly, Gov. John Hickenlooper told a packed crowd at Club 20’s fall meeting Saturday. The governor said his chief goal is to ...


District maps for Legislature near final vote

By Charles Ashby

State lawmakers anxiously are waiting to see what the 11-member panel charged with redrawing legislative district lines will do next week. The panel of six Democrats, six Republicans and an unaffiliated chairman is to meet Monday to discuss ...


Bring troops home from Afghanistan, Bennet tells Club 20

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Continued military operations in Afghanistan are likely to become counterproductive, U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet, D-Colo., told Club 20 on Saturday. “It’s probably time to start withdrawing our folks from Afghanistan,” Bennet ...


No contaminants found; Rifle school to reopen

By Staff

School will reopen Monday at Graham Mesa Elementary in Rifle, though officials still haven’t pinpointed why 21 students and two adults got sick there on Sept. 1. All 23 people were treated and released from a local hospital and students ...


Area Agency on Aging conference Wednesday in Grand Junction

By Staff

The Mesa County Area Agency on Aging is hosting a regional conference in Grand Junction on Wednesday. Speakers will address Social Security and changing demographics for the elderly during the conference at Two Rivers Convention ...


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McInnis: No one in D.C. was prepared for attack

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For Scott McInnis, then a U.S. representative from western Colorado, the horror of Sept. 11, 2001, in Washington, D.C., was captured by what was left behind as people sought shelter, and fast. “What really stands out are the ...


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9/11 touched some in a personal way

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

The tragic events of 9/11 affected all Americans, including people in the Grand Valley, some of whom were traveling or had loved ones on airplanes. Some were living in New York City and Washington, D.C. Several knew someone who died. Here ...


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Public schools, CMU, working 9/11 into studies

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Few students have to be taught something tragic happened on Sept. 11, 2011. They either remember the day or have heard about it their whole lives. Still, lessons related to that day have worked their way into various classes at Colorado Mesa ...


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