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Air and water rules won’t change if monument becomes a national park

By Guest Columnist

By Warren Gore and Ken Henry Sen. Mark Udall, in cooperation with Rep. Scott Tipton, appointed a group of community representatives to investigate and make recommendations about re-designating Colorado National Monument as a national park. ...


Printed letters, Jan. 29, 2012

By Staff

As district attorneys, and in accordance with our ethical guidelines, we withheld comment on the charges against Myrl Serra, former District Attorney in the Seventh Judicial District, during the pendency of the proceedings. Since Serra has ...


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Mavs shock Metro

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Colorado Mesa University’s leading scorer was out, but it didn’t matter. The Mavericks men’s basketball team picked it up Saturday without starting forward Michael Bear, who sprained his right ankle Friday night, defeating ...


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Mavs pleased with effort, not score in loss to Metro

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The calendar doesn’t quite match up, but for the Colorado Mesa University women’s basketball team, January is over. After going only 1-6 to open 2012, the Mavericks are ready to leave it behind and get to February. Mesa’s ...


Grand Mesa Summit Challenge Sled Dog Race

By Nick Walter

Grand Mesa Summit Challenge Sled Dog Race

By Nick Walter

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‘Hidey-ho!’

By Rachel Sauer

There are 69 official calls in mainstream square dance. There’s allemande left and star promenade, do-sa-do and circle to a line. There’s half tag, scoot back, see-saw and zoom. But there is no jumble the knot. There is no ...


Biz Buzz, Jan. 29, 2012

By Staff

When Commercial Refuse Service started in the spring of 2009, it had one truck and one employee. “I was the one, with a telephone growing out of my ear,” said Rick Beckner, who now co-owns and manages the trash-hauling business at ...


Gray Gourmet

By Staff

Monday — Baked potato with broccoli and cheese, tossed salad, blushing pears. Tuesday — Honey barbecue chicken, spinach, coleslaw, fruit salad. Wednesday — Swiss steak, California vegetables, au gratin potato, pineapple ...


Palisade’s win streak ends in Eagle Valley

By Staff

The streak is over. Palisade’s boys basketball team had its 14-game winning streak snapped Saturday in a 60-46 loss at Eagle Valley. Kane Gunther led Palisade (14-3, 6-1 4A Western Slope) with 23 points. “We didn’t get ...


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