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Tea partier Maes leads over McInnis

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LOVELAND — Evergreen businessman Dan Maes eked out a narrow victory Saturday among GOP faithful, capturing a slim victory over the presumed favorite, Scott McInnis, in the race for the GOP nomination for governor. Maes entered the race ...

Romanoff will have top ballot billing

By Charles Ashby

BROOMFIELD — Former Colorado House Speaker Andrew Romanoff came out on top Saturday at the Democratic Party Assembly, winning far more delegates than sitting U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet. Romanoff pulled out 60.4 percent of the ...

Parting sad, hopeful for De Beque grads

By Dennis Webb

DE BEQUE — Lexxi Varner couldn’t help but think pink when it came time to accessorize her De Beque High School graduation cap and gown Saturday. “I started preschool in this school in pink cowboy boots, and so 14 years later ...

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Man shot to death in Fruita

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A man was killed and two people were being questioned by police Friday night following a shooting at a Fruita mobile home park. Officers were called to 530 Virgo Way in Holly Park around 5:40 p.m. on a report that a man had been shot. Police ...

GOP delegates split on House seat candidates

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LOVELAND — Third Congressional District Republicans split on their two candidates, leaving Scott Tipton and Bob McConnell to campaign until August for the nomination. Tipton, a Cortez legislator who was defeated in 2006 for the ...

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Jobless rate up in state

By Charles Ashby

The state’s unemployment rate went up slightly in April, but the number of unemployed Mesa County residents declined for the first time since November. At the same time, the state’s job loss/creation numbers have flattened, ...

75 Mesa County delegates to attend Dems assembly

By Charles Ashby

It’ll be nothing like the 2008 political conventions, but the 2010 Colorado Democratic Party assembly today could be just as interesting, party officials say. That’s because Democrats will learn if they want a sitting U.S. senator ...

Ex-Moab cop pleads guilty to theft from department

By Paul Shockley

A former Moab police officer faces a maximum one year in jail after pleading guilty Tuesday to misdemeanor theft of cash from his own department, according to the Seventh Judicial District Court’s clerk in Moab. Edward Guerrero, 43, ...

Online juror certificate system delayed

By Paul Shockley

A Mesa County court official says they’re holding off on entering data in a new computer system for juror service until mid-June as Colorado works out kinks in the system. Rose Anne Kelley, jury commissioner for the 21st Judicial ...

Alternative R-5 High equals success

By Amy Hamilton

The future wasn’t looking so rosy for Samantha Wittern when she learned she was pregnant during the summer of her sophomore year in high school. At age 16, she soon realized that continuing at a traditional District 51 high school would ...

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