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More District 51 cuts loom

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A state revenue gap of unknown proportions, a trio of ballot measures that would constrict funding opportunities, and the threat of losing students and the money that comes with them have made writing a school district budget an unenviable ...

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Abandoning horses illegal, inhumane

By Staff

Federal officials are looking for information about a horse abandoned on Bureau of Land Management property. The horse was found July 16 at Dry Rifle Creek, about two miles east of Rifle Gap Reservoir. A sorrel gelding in its midteens, it was ...

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Festival adds carnival, petting zoo

By William Woody

OLATHE — Thousands of people flocked to Olathe on Saturday for the 19th annual Olathe Sweet Corn Festival in Town Park. Stormy skies kept hot summer temperatures down, and attendees were rewarded with live music and tons of Olathe Sweet ...

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Olathe Sweet Corn Fest 2010

By William Woody

Thousands of people descended onto Town Park in Olathe for the 2010 Olathe Sweet Corn Festival.  ...

For the Record, Aug. 7, 2010

By Staff

BIRTHS St. Mary’s Hospital Trevor and Katelyn Daggers, Grand Junction, a daughter, July 21. Daryl and Victoria Hansen, Grand Junction, a daughter, July 21. Wayland L. Ingram III and Jennifer Ingram, Grand Junction, a son, July ...

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McInnis, Hasan group reach deal, but they won’t comment

By Charles Ashby

Scott McInnis and the Hasan Family Foundation reached a settlement Friday over the refunding of the $300,000 the Pueblo group paid the GOP candidate for governor. The two sides won’t say what that agreement calls for, but McInnis ...

Political convention with constitutional tilt coming to Grand Junction

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An event billed as a constitutional convention will be in Grand Junction late this month, attracting among others, former Republican Tom Tancredo, who was invited to deliver the keynote before he changed parties and launched his bid for ...

Primary mail-in voting coming to a close

By Staff

Voters who haven’t voted by now can no longer do so by mail, at least not with any hope that it will arrive in time to be counted on Tuesday. Voters still waiting to cast ballots in the primary election will have to deliver their ...

Woman dies in motorcycle crash near Montrose

By Staff

A 40-year-old Illinois woman died Thursday afternoon when she failed to negotiate a curve on U.S. Highway 50 near Montrose, the Colorado State Patrol reported. The woman, Noelle R. Ansley of Evanston, Ill., died from her injuries after her ...

Scott outdoes Hislop in July fundraising

By Charles Ashby

For the first time since entering the race, Ray Scott pulled in more campaign contributions in one month than Bob Hislop, his GOP rival for House District 54. In July, Scott pulled in $3,965 compared to the $2,835 Hislop received during the ...

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