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Earth Day pic

Earth Day flowers

By William Woody

A unique look at Earth Day blossoms at Camelot Gardens in Montrose.  ...


E-mail letters, April 22, 2010

By Staff

Schwartz showed leadership on Clean Air-Clean Jobs Act Congratulations to state Sen. Gail Schwartz for her smart leadership in passing the Colorado Clean Air-Clean Jobs Act. This important legislation helps begin Colorado’s journey ...


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MSC students unite through festival

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

The 2010 Unity Fest at Mesa State College kicked-off Wednesday afternoon with fun and games. The day’s theme was “Unity Through Games” and adventurous students enjoyed several bump-n-jump style activities including the ...


Political issues keep brain active, even at age 96

By Henrietta Hay

I have often wondered what happens to the brain as we age.  In too many cases we know, only too tragically. But there are degrees. A 100-year-old woman in France claims to be smarter than she was at 20. As I approach my 96th birthday, I ...


Printed letters, April 23, 2010

By Staff

Best man should win, not the heir-apparent I remember my outrage when Gov. Ritter passed over the heir-apparent for Ken Salazar’s vacant Senate seat, Andrew Romanoff, for the unknown Michael Bennet. I went to hear Bennet speak so I ...


Storms spawn hail, tornado warnings on Front Range

By The AP

CASTLE ROCK — Afternoon storms spawned tornado warnings in the Denver metro area but there were no immediate reports of damage. The tornado warning issued today by the National Weather Service covered parts of south Denver, Parker, ...


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Woman gets 6 years probation, fined $89K in Fuji probe

By Paul Shockley

A woman who operated a Horizon Drive massage parlor and prostitution business was sentenced to 6 years of probation and will pay fines and court costs totaling just over $89,000. Nan O’ Reilly, 60, currently a Colorado Springs resident ...


UPDATE: Verizon Wireless service restored after 1 p.m.

By Amy Hamilton

Verizon Wireless service was restored to at least some customers in western Colorado around 1:15 p.m. today. Service had been down for customers in Colorado and southern Wyoming since 2 a.m., Verizon spokesman Bob Kelley ...


CenturyTel to buy Qwest in $10.6B stock swap

By The AP

NEW YORK — CenturyTel Inc., the country’s fifth-largest local-phone company, said today that it will buy Qwest Communications International Inc., the third-largest, in a stock swap worth $10.6 billion to gain the benefits of scale ...


Montrose County hosts first of four town hall meetings tonight

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Montrose County officials are hosting the first of four town hall meetings tonight, hoping citizens will turn out to share information, concerns and questions. Tonight’s meeting is at 6 at the American Legion Hall in Olathe. The other ...


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