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Palisade food pantry helps feed hungry

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

Every other Thursday the Palisade Church of the Nazarene opens its food pantry to the needy in an effort to prevent hunger in the community. “I think this is what churches are for,” said Ruth Piper, associate pastor at the ...

Redland’s Mesa Ladies’ Club Golf Results August 26, 2010

By Staff

Redlands Mesa Ladies' Club - August 26, 2010 Low Gross / Low Net 9 Hole Game 1st Gross Jesse Bennett 36 2nd Gross Allison ...

Fort Collins police say 7 cited in riot

By The AP

FORT COLLINS — Police in Fort Collins say seven people have been cited in a weekend riot estimated to have caused $12,000 in damage. Police also said today that charges are still pending against nine other people. Investigators also ...

State focuses on how inmate escaped from prison

By The AP

STERLING — Now that an escaped inmate has been captured, Colorado corrections officials will focus on how he managed to flee a maximum-security prison. Forty-eight-year-old Douglas Alward surrendered Wednesday at a home near Yuma where ...

Study: Zipper lane would cut EB I-70 trips in half

By The AP

DENVER — Adding an extra, temporary eastbound lane to Interstate 70 would cut travel time from ski resorts to Denver by about half. That’s according to the initial results of study commissioned by the Colorado Department of ...

Carbon-capture project near Craig gets boost

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A project to study the potential of carbon sequestration in northwest Colorado received a $5 million boost from the U.S. Department of Energy, the Colorado state geologist said. The project, which could show the way for other sequestration ...

Local Katrina project featured five years later

By Dennis Webb

A western Colorado effort to aid a Mississippi community ravaged by Hurricane Katrina almost five years ago is scheduled to be highlighted in a national news broadcast tonight. Garfield County resident Tom Dalessandri, the coordinator of ...

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Egg scare drives sales for smaller producers

By Amy Hamilton

An outbreak of salmonella from eggs that has sickened more than 2,000 Americans and spread to at least 22 states has some local hobby chicken farmers clucking about the benefits of locally grown food. “We know our eggs come from the ...

Duane “Dog” Chapman

‘Dog’ crew meets cops in traffic stop

By Paul Shockley

A sport utility vehicle with the entourage of television bounty hunter Duane “Dog” Chapman was pulled over by a Grand Junction police officer Tuesday night before the driver was let go with a warning, police said Wednesday. Grand ...

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Mesa County OKs natural gas facility

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Despite objections from neighbors, Mesa County commissioners unanimously approved a conditional-use permit Tuesday for the construction and operation of a natural-gas-treatment facility in extreme northeastern Mesa County. The permit allows ...

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