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Email letters, July 1, 2015

By Staff

Hospital led provider networks bad for Mesa County

 Recently Community Hospital CEO Chris Thomas boasts of “saving” Mesa County over $200,000
in health care costs in 2014 through their exclusive provider ...


UPDATE: Authorities find person of interest in Steamboat death

By The AP

STEAMBOAT SPRINGS — Garfield County authorities found Cole J. Pollard after searching the area around Trappers Lake in northwestern Colorado for the man sought in connection with the death of a young woman near Steamboat Springs. The ...


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Carrying on the tradition

By Matt Meyer

Joseph Carlone is keenly aware what the words “law enforcement” mean to some people. “Nobody calls law enforcement when they’re having a birthday party,” he said. But Tuesday, law enforcement agencies from ...


YOU CAN DO IT Canning appliances offer options, ease in food preservation process

By Dixie Burmeister

The world of canning and preserving foods has not been left behind by technology. The industry is quickly moving to accommodate all types of lifestyles and ages with appliances and tools to streamline the process of food preservation. Ball ...


Air Force professor found injured after 2 day search

By The AP

COLORADO SPRINGS — An Air Force Academy professor who was missing for two days after a hike has been found injured but alive. The Gazette of Colorado Springs reports that Lt. Col. Dave Richie was found Tuesday on a cliff face in Chaffee ...


Body in Boulder Creek may be missing tuber, officials say

By The AP

BOULDER — The Boulder County coroner will identify a body pulled from Boulder Creek that officials suspect could be a tuber who has been missing for weeks. A hiker saw the body in the water Tuesday. Rescue crews retrieved the body later ...


Study suggests we take a competitive posture

By The Daily Sentinel

The Grand Valley lacks a cohesive approach to economic development, resulting in “random acts of marketing” with unclear and inconsistent messaging. That’s one conclusion of a marketing and branding study commissioned by the ...


Ideas to improve health care

By Claudette Konola

It was an incredible week for progressives last week. The Supreme Court made marriage equality the law of the land; said that tax credits included in the Affordable Care Act are legal in all 50 states; and upheld a law that prevents ...


Printed Letters: July 1, 2015

By Staff

Blanton-Marez should have been in prison My name is Priscilla Marez and I am the daughter of Lawrence Marez. I want to ask the judge who let Barbara Blanton-Marez off with community corrections: Why? Why did she give such a wicked person ...


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Rocky Mountain Oysters rally past Eagles

By Matt Meyer

The Rocky Mountain Oysters have tried to give a few games away this season. It’s one of the problems coach Kirk Kittle is working to remedy. But there’s something about this college summer baseball team that allows them to bounce ...


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