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Competition unfair, mill operators say

By William Woody

DELTA — Timber mill operators seized the opportunity Tuesday to tell one of Colorado’s U.S. senators that federally funded timber contracts have created unfair competition and have taken away guaranteed sources of logs from the ...


Montrose native killed in Afghanistan copter crash

By Charles Ashby

Petty Officer 1st Class Jason Workman, one of the 30 U.S. troops who were killed Saturday in a helicopter crash in Afghanistan, is a native of western Montrose County, one of his relatives said Tuesday. Olathe resident Robert Workman is a ...


Palisade: Medical pot petitions valid

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Opponents of commercial medical marijuana sales are a step closer to allowing voters to decide whether to ban such businesses in Palisade. Palisade Town Clerk Carol Speakman this week found that petitions submitted seeking to prohibit the ...


Police blotter, Aug. 10, 2011

By Staff

Angry salesmen reported The Mesa County Sheriff’s Department on Tuesday issued a warning about recent reports of unruly practices by a group of door-to-door magazine salesmen in Mesa County. The reports involved adult men who became ...


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Percherons draw customers to old-fashioned carriage ride

By Bob Silbernagel

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Flood fallout sticking agencies with high road, trail repair bills

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Now that the Colorado River that raged at record runoff levels earlier this summer is finally beginning to calm, cash-strapped local and state agencies are swallowing hard and preparing to fork over millions of dollars to fix flood-damaged ...


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You can say it now: Colorado Mesa University

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It’s time to work Colorado Mesa University into your vocabulary. As of 12:01 a.m. today, it’s a faux pas to call the institution of higher learning at 12th Street and North Avenue Mesa State College. Signs on three corners of the ...


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Doctors indicted in four deaths

By Amy Hamilton

Cedaredge resident John Moore was elated Tuesday to hear two former Western Slope doctors were indicted on multiple federal charges related to the health care clinics they operated. Dr. Sam Jahani, 49, now living in Cleveland, Texas, and Dr. ...


Death Notices, Aug. 10, 2011

By Staff

Beverley June Bunn, 69, Austin, died Aug. 6, 2011, at her home. Services have taken place. Survivors include one son,  Roger of East Carbon, Utah; four daughters, Debbie Griffith and Patricia “Jodi” Sandersen, both of ...


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New ministry hosts block parties in Fruita

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

Mike Banks believes most religions have concentrated their recruiting efforts in large metro areas and many small towns, such as Fruita, aren’t receiving the religious opportunities available to them. He and his wife, Kellie, recently ...


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