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State’s GOP candidates back immigration law

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The Arizona immigration law that is raising hackles or hopes, depending on the side of the immigration divide, is winning support from one Republican running for governor and three Republicans wanting to serve in Washington, D.C. Scott ...

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Daughter recalls with pride late champion of Lake Powell

By Dennis Webb

Fruitvale resident Jan DeBolt remembers the time her father took his family camping on Lake Powell. “Actually, he got us settled in camp, and then he was called back to Washington, D.C., for congressional hearings. So he wasn’t ...

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New place for strays to open

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With dogs barking in easy-to-clean and well-ventilated kennels and cats lounging in their playground-like area, Mesa County officials and local animal-care providers celebrated Wednesday the opening of the county’s new Animal Services ...

Fruita police investigate school incident

By Paul Shockley

Fruita police were tight-lipped Wednesday about an incident involving a student at Fruita Middle School, which is now the focus of a criminal investigation. Officer John Coughran said a boy at the school is under investigation for ...

Group set to fire up biofuels project

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A variety of grasses being grown in Fruita will be processed in Rifle this summer in an effort to gauge how much ethanol can be produced on the Western Slope. The project is an effort by Colorado Mountain College, Colorado State University, ...

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Census draws 75 percent response in Mesa County

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Census officials gearing up for Saturday’s start of the door-to-door count said they’re ahead by one percentage point of where they were 10 years ago. In Grand Junction this year, the census participation rate is 77 percent, and ...

Voters might get second chance to toughen ballot measure rules

By Charles Ashby

Colorado voters may get another chance this fall to decide whether they want to make it more difficult to amend the state’s Constitution. A Senate panel Wednesday approved a measure to place a watered-down version of 2008’s ...

Tax credits to stay in place for state’s enterprise zones

By Charles Ashby

Businesses located inside enterprise zones will continue to take the tax credits they always have, now that a bill to do away with them died in a House committee Wednesday. Rep. Joel Judd, the Denver Democrat who introduced the measure, said ...

Death Notices, April 29, 2010

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Amy Florence Kilmer, 95, Grand Junction, died April 22, 2010, at Eagle Ridge Nursing Home. Services will be at 11 a.m. Monday at Taylor Funeral Service Chapel in Delta. Memorial contributions to Hospice & Palliative Care of Western ...

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Colorado pols take stance on Arizona law against aliens

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An Arizona law aimed at curbing illegal immigration is the predictable result of a failure of the federal government to take on the job, Republicans and Democrats agreed Tuesday. That’s as far as agreement went, though. “When a ...

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