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Republicans advance bill on business tax break

By Charles Ashby

Colorado businesses could get a two-year break from paying business personal property taxes on new equipment even though it’s projected to result in about $283 million in lost revenue for local governments. Republicans in the Colorado ...


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Officer denied wrongdoing before suicide

By Staff

A Carbondale police officer who was being investigated on suspicion of sexual assault when he committed suicide last month notified superiors of the allegations and denied any wrongdoing. Officer Nino Santiago Sr. approached Carbondale Police ...


Snowpack heads south in some areas

By Dave Buchanan

With two months remaining in the official 2010-11 snow year, April surveys indicate the snowpack statewide is 113 percent of average, 28 percent greater than the snowpack one year ago. However, snow totals vary widely from north to ...


Scientist seeks clues at Redlands dinosaur dig

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When Elmer Riggs dug into the Morrison Formation on the Redlands in 1900 to disgorge what he said was the largest known dinosaur, he took the skeleton home to Chicago. What he might have left behind isn’t known because Riggs, one of the ...


Xcel rate bill now only requires company to work with PUC

By Charles Ashby

A bill that originally attempted to alter or eliminate Xcel Energy’s summer tiered-rate system was turned into a study of the matter Wednesday. Because of opposition to the bill, Rep. Ray Scott got the House Transportation Committee to ...


Montrose sets up river corridor plan

By William Woody

MONTROSE — The Montrose City Council approved the multiyear, multimillion-dollar Uncompahgre Riverway Master Plan to develop a 10-mile stretch of the Uncompahgre River corridor for recreation and commercial development. Council members ...


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Residents clean up from clogged canal

By Paul Shockley

Laurie Jo Elisha’s boss learned firsthand as they talked on the phone why Elisha would be missing work. “She said, ‘My gosh, I’m driving through water,’ ” Elisha recounted of their conversation as her boss ...


Group now ‘friends’ of Gunnison, Dominguez-Escalante

By Amy Hamilton

A nonprofit group dedicated to the McInnis Canyons National Conservation Area has extended its reach to neighbors in the south. The Friends of McInnis Canyons group renamed itself the Colorado Canyons Association to include two other National ...


Alpine Bank claims novelty company copied logo and name, files lawsuit

By William Woody

TELLURIDE —  Glenwood Springs-based Alpine Bank filed a lawsuit last week against novelty company Alpine Dank and its owner, claiming the Telluride company copied the bank’s logo and name to make a profit. A number of media ...


Death notices, April 7, 2011

By Staff

Lawrence “Skip” Berlin, 83, Grand Junction, died April 6, 2011, at Veterans Affairs Medical Center. Services will be at 2 p.m. Friday at Callahan-Edfast Mortuary. Mr. Berlin was an automobile salesman. He is survived by his ...


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