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Public support needed for public safety plan

By Staff

There’s probably a tiny minority of Grand Junction residents who will never believe that the City Council and city staffers haven’t already developed a new plan for elaborate and costly public safety facilities. But the vast ...

Brawl in Massachusetts

By Staff

Here’s what’s at stake in today’s special Massachusetts election to fill the U.S. Senate seat held by Ted Kennedy for so many years — at least according to some observers. ✔ “It’s whether we’re ...

One dubious deal disappears, but another takes its place

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Nebraska Sen. Ben Nelson, who made the infamous deal last month to vote for the Senate health care bill in exchange for his state getting a free pass on increased Medicare costs, has reportedly asked Senate leaders to drop the Nebraska ...

Roaches prove to be hardy world travelers

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In November of 1969, the United States launched the Apollo 12, the sixth manned space flight in the Apollo program and the second landing on the moon. The command module carrying the space crew was called the Yankee Clipper. During a ...

A doobie-ous limit

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As a result of several government decisions last year, medical marijuana use and distribution has exploded in Colorado. Evidence of that is abundant in the growing number of medical marijuana dispensaries in Grand Junction and communities ...

Pat Robertson sees devil in the devastation

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Pat Robertson has stuck his foot in his mouth once again. While discussing the devastation caused by the earthquake in Haiti, the television evangelist said on his “700 Club” program Wednesday that Haitians long ago “swore a ...

Version 10.3 of governor’s race

By Staff

The anticipated 2010 Colorado gubernatorial race has already gone through a number of iterations. The latest version, officially rolled out during a press conference Tuesday at the state Capitol, pits Denver Mayor John Hickenlooper, a ...

Ritter’s budget legacy

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When he gave his valedictory State of the State address last Thursday, Gov. Bill Ritter naturally mentioned some of the accomplishments of the three years he’s been Colorado’s chief executive. They include his efforts to expand the ...

Effort under way to preserve machine-gun nest, labor legacy near Telluride

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Colorado tourism promoters extol our scenery, our fall colors, and our snow-capped peaks, but nobody mentions a historic machine-gun nest above 13,000 feet. At the top of Imogene Pass, between Telluride and Ouray, a machine-gun emplacement ...

Ladenburger’s leave-taking

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Most of the thousands of people who will utilize the state-of-the-art medical services in the new, 12-story tower that is the most visible feature of St. Mary’s Hospital’s Century Project will never know Bob Ladenburger’s ...

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    Rio Blanco County government is looking for a to provide intake and ...

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