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District 51 school updates would require $270 million

By Emily Shockley

A statewide review of conditions at more than 8,000 schools revealed a $13.9 billion price tag for making each school energy efficient and able to foster a comfortable learning environment, and for completing deferred maintenance ...

Traffic Alert, March 14, 2010

By Staff

Road closures and maintenance projects may affect traffic this week: Main Street Uplift: From March 11-17, one lane of Fourth Street will be open at Main Street, but no turns onto Main Street will be allowed. Parking is open at the Rood ...

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Prom fashion show

By Christopher Tomlinson

The 2010 Mesa Mall Spring Prom fashion show,  ...

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Street work begins in Fruita

By Emily Shockley

Construction has begun on an important intersection and portion of highway in Fruita that is being funded with federal stimulus dollars. The project area includes the portion of Colorado Highway 340 north of Interstate 70 spreading onto Aspen ...

Interstate repairs will cost $860,417 at site of rockslide

By Dennis Webb

The apparent low bidder to repair rockfall damage on Interstate 70 in Glenwood Canyon has committed to complete the work in 55 days, the Colorado Department of Transportation says. Using emergency contracting procedures, the agency opened ...

Glenwood Hot Springs offers free soak in pool to weary highway crew

By Staff

A Glenwood Springs business this week offered highway crews the chance to recharge their bodies after working to reopen Interstate 70 traffic through Glenwood Canyon this week. The Glenwood Hot Springs Pool offered free soaks to Colorado ...

Skier numbers head downhill amid dry spell

By Dave Buchanan

Skier numbers slumped a bit in January and February, according to a ski industry trade group, due largely to a dry spell that brought fewer storms to the state’s resorts. Colorado Ski Country USA announced Thursday that skier visits at ...

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Western Slope gas drilling rebounding

By Dennis Webb

Like a garden in springtime after a hard winter, northwest Colorado’s energy industry is showing increasing signs of revival and recovery. Following a severe pruning beginning in late 2008, area natural gas development is showing more ...

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By William Woody


Rifle murder trial postponed until fall

By Dennis Webb

GLENWOOD SPRINGS — A trial scheduled for April for a Rifle man accused of shooting and killing his brother in late 2008 has been postponed until September. District Court Judge Gail Nichols agreed to the delay Friday and scheduled an ...

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