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Powderhorn preps for Thursday opening

By Dave Buchanan

Powderhorn Ski Resort announced today it tentatively will open for the 2010-2011 ski season at 9 a.m. Thursday. “As of right now we’re prepared to open Thursday morning,” said Sarah Allen, communications director for ...


Heavily Republican Utah gets 4th House seat

By The AP

SALT LAKE CITY — Heavily Republican Utah picked up a fourth congressional seat today, ending a decade of frustration for state leaders who believe Utah was cheated out of an additional seat when thousands of overseas Mormon missionaries ...


Alexander pleads not guilty to domestic charges

By The AP

AURORA — The third Denver Broncos player arrested this season has pleaded not guilty to charges stemming from an allegation of domestic violence. Kevin Alexander entered the pleas in an Aurora court today, a day after he was arrested ...


Colo. oil and gas permits expected to rise in ‘10

By The AP

DENVER — Permits for oil and gas drilling in Colorado are expected to increase 16 percent this year over 2009 for the third-highest level on record. State regulators are expected to issue over 6,000 permits by the close of 2010, up from ...


Fire forces evacuation in hospital

By Staff

A fire late Monday night at St. Mary’s Hospital forced the evacuation of the fourth floor at St. Mary’s Hospital. Grand Junction Fire Department investigators are looking into the cause of the fire, which was extinguished by the ...


Storm dumping heavy snow in Colo. mountains

By The AP

DENVER — More than a foot of snow has fallen in parts of western Colorado and a total of 8 feet could pile up by the time the storm tapers off. Some ski areas are reporting more than 2 feet of new snow. There was so much snow in ...


Colo. property values projected to fall

By The AP

DENVER — Assessed property values in Colorado are expected to fall for the first time since the late 1980s. The latest forecast from legislative economists projects that overall assessed property values will drop 5.3 percent this year. ...


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Jail escapee receives 105-year sentence

By Amy Hamilton

Even without habitual felony charges, a Mesa County man convicted by a jury of 24 felony counts was sentenced by a judge Monday to 105 years in prison. Shane Johnson, 42, who previously escaped Mesa County Jail by shimmying down the ...


Western Slope awaits lift from energy rebound

By Charles Ashby

The state’s economy in general continues to show signs of rebounding, but that doesn’t mean the Western Slope will see a recovery anytime soon, legislative economists said Monday. Although Colorado has seen an uptick in retail ...


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Forecasters see more rain, maybe sun, no white Christmas

By Amy Hamilton

Dreaming of a white Christmas? Dream on. The wet weather that has doused the Grand Valley is expected to continue through Thursday. A slight chance of snow is expected Wednesday night, but it probably won’t be enough accumulation for ...


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