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Meth linked to western Colorado artifact raids

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Western Colorado is far from immune to the looting such as that alleged by federal agents after the arrests last week of 24 people in southeastern Utah and southwestern Colorado. There’s a modern twist, however, to the looting that ...


Briefs: Sports Timeout June 18, 2009

By Staff

Timeout guidelines: Space is reserved for area clubs, organizations, associations and nonprofit groups to announce their events, tournaments, meetings and/or leagues. Fax information at least two weeks prior to registration deadline or event ...


Briefs: Local Sports June 18, 2009

By Allen Gemaehlich

Tennis • Shields shine in Denver The Shields and Richard Johnson breezed to victories Wednesday in the second round of the Denver City Open men’s open singles division. Top seed Luke Shields, who had a first-round bye, defeated ...


61 miners get pink slips at Somerset mine

By Dennis Webb

The nation’s recession and increased use of other electricity-generating fuels hit home for 61 coal miners who were laid off at the West Elk Mine in Somerset on Tuesday and Wednesday. The layoffs follow the release of about 40 contract ...


Man charged in apartment shooting

By Paul Shockley

Prosecutors on Wednesday filed a seven-count complaint against a man accused of repeatedly shooting another man at a Grand Junction apartment complex. Robert Roy Rodriguez, 22, faces a minimum 16 years in prison if convicted of attempted ...


Developers face foreclosure on pending Glenwood project

By Dennis Webb

The developers of a proposed hotel, condominium development and conference center in Glenwood Springs are facing a foreclosure action as their project heads for review by the City Council. Alpine Bank is seeking a court order authorizing it ...


Death Notices: June 18, 2009

By Staff

• Former Paonia resident Vesta Maureen Felix, 78, Weatherford, Okla., died June 15, 2009, at Corn Heritage Village in Corn, Okla. Services will be at 2 p.m. July 12 at First United Methodist Church Chapel in Weatherford. She is ...


New charges expected in Orchard Mesa vandalism

By Paul Shockley

A pair of teenage boys already facing 76 charges in a vandalism spree last month on Orchard Mesa will soon face new charges in the same incidents. “Daily, we’re getting new victims and new case reports,” Deputy District ...


Rick Wagner Column June 18, 2009

By Rick Wagner

Over the past week, another siege engine to attack the Western Slope economy was erected by multimillionaire Boulder Congressman Jared Polis and Capitol Hill salon darling, Congresswoman Diana DeGette. The measure would require the natural ...


Barrett sees roses in Roan’s murky future

By The Daily Sentinel

As far as Bill Barrett Corp. is concerned, the glory days of natural gas development in the Piceance Basin are apparently far from over. Witness the company’s announcement this week that it will spend $60 million to acquire control of ...


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