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White Rim Biking Adventure 2010

By Robert Garcia

Cyclists tackle one of the more popular biking destinations at Canyonlands National Park.  ...


Resort to triple in size

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Gateway Canyons Resort has the green light to embark on a protracted expansion that will add a large, gated residential community and nearly 250,000 square feet of commercial space, nearly tripling its footprint in the red rock canyons of ...

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Toughened bill on medical pot clears House

By Charles Ashby

Medical marijuana dispensaries would continue to exist under a bill that won preliminary approval Tuesday in the Colorado House, but they would be required to follow some strict state regulations to do so. Although opponents of the 72-page ...

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Help on the way for uranium driller?

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Asked how much money he’s paid over the years to deal with silicosis and pulmonary fibrosis, Tom Green has a hard time answering. “How much money?” Green said after drawing in a long, ragged breath. “I could go down to ...

Bank helps kids attend museum’s history event

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Hundreds of Mesa County students will attend the Museum of the West’s Re-Enactors Day next week with the help of Alpine Bank. Admission to the annual event at the museum is $3.50 per student, but Alpine Bank is underwriting $1 of each ...


GOP’s Tipton called a contender; rival in congressional race scoffs

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Scott Tipton’s recognition as a “contender” by the National Republican Congressional Committee isn’t sitting well with the other Republican who wants to represent Colorado’s 3rd Congressional District. Tipton, a ...

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District 51 superintendent turns down raise

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School District 51 Board of Education members voted Tuesday to cut a pay raise out of Superintendent Steve Schultz’s contract, keeping his annual salary frozen for at least the next year. Schultz asked board members to make the ...

2-year registration bill advances, with late fee

By Charles Ashby

Motorists would have the option of registering their vehicles for two years, but they won’t see late fees waived if they do. Rep. Steve King tried to keep that exemption in a bill that won preliminary approval in the Colorado House on ...


Smuggler of human beings gets year in jail

By Paul Shockley

A man who has been arrested three times for allegedly smuggling illegal immigrants, and deported from the United States as many times, was sentenced Tuesday to serve one year in the Mesa County Jail related to his most recent smuggling arrest ...

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Junior Ranger Day 2010

By William Woody

Third graders from New Emerson Elementary school hike in the Devils Kitchen area as part of Junior Ranger Day 2010 at the Colorado National Monument. It’s a great time for anyone to see the park. Admission is free through April 25 in ...

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