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Clifton teen slated for trial in friend’s death

By Paul Shockley

A Clifton teenager pleaded not guilty Tuesday to charges related to the shooting death of his friend. Kenneth Cates, 16, is now scheduled for trial over four days starting May 31 before District Judge Thomas Deister. Cates, who was in ...

Udall backs balanced budget rule

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Sen. Mark Udall, D-Colo., wants the federal government to operate on a balanced budget, a sentiment that long has originated from the other side of the political aisle. Udall is joining forces with Sen. Richard Shelby, R-Ala., on a ...

Tipton to address conservatives Thursday

By Staff

U.S. Rep. Scott Tipton, R-Colo., will speak Thursday during the monthly meeting of the Western Slope Conservative Alliance. Tipton will be speaking in Grand Junction for the first time since taking office in January. The meeting is at 6:30 ...

Dow tops 12,000 for first time in 31 months

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The Dow Jones Industrial Average rallied 148 points Tuesday to close at 12,040, the Dow’s highest finish since June 19, 2008. The S&P 500 also had a good day, finishing 21 points up at 1,307, a high also not seen since June ...

Mesa County delays annexation into Clifton, Fruitvale tax district

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Mesa County commissioners will indefinitely postpone annexing properties into a taxing district in Clifton and Fruitvale while they solicit feedback from developers, real-estate agents and others who have voiced concerns about the ...

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New point of entry scales installed

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The right lane of eastbound Interstate 70 at the Loma point of entry may open as early as Wednesday, weather permitting, after a Colorado Department of Transportation scale upgrade project at the site. New scales installed under the ...

Propane-powered cars could get tax credit

By Charles Ashby

Propane-powered cars would be added to the list of alternative-fuel vehicles eligible for a special tax credit under a bill that won approval in a House committee Monday. Freshman Rep. Paul Brown said adding propane to that list not only ...

Panel wants to revive tax break for farmers

By Charles Ashby

Colorado farmers and ranchers are buying bull semen, pesticides and other agriculture products from out-of-state companies because the Legislature last year temporarily did away with a sales tax exemption for such items, a state lawmaker said ...

Ruling validates fight over health law, Suthers says

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Only the U.S. Supreme Court can resolve the constitutionality of the new federal health care law, Colorado Attorney General John Suthers said after a fourth lower-court ruling on the much-debated new law. Calling it “a victory for ...

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Man stabbed, jailed in fight with motorist

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A Fruita man who was stabbed in an altercation Sunday night received more bad news when he was arrested at St. Mary’s Hospital. Brandon Hopson, 21, 1225 Santa Fe Circle, was booked into Mesa County Jail early Monday morning on ...

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