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Fracking measures fall short on signatures

By Dennis Webb

Unless there’s an appeal and it succeeds, Colorado voters won’t face decisions this November on two measures that would have provided for extensive new limits oil and gas development in the state. Secretary of State Wayne Williams ...

Email Letters: August 29, 2016

By Staff

Americans need a big change and deserve better than Hillary Clinton Being an independent voter, I have always voted for who I felt was best for the job – Democrat or Republican. This upcoming election is a no-brainer for me. With ...

Jill Stein reaches out to Sanders’ supporters in Colorado

By The AP

COLORADO SPRINGS — Green Party presidential candidate Jill Stein is reaching out to Bernie Sanders’ supporters in Colorado. During rally Sunday evening at the University of Colorado in Boulder attended by about 150 people, Stein ...

The hunt for Navajo Sam

By BSilbernagel

Leo Lyyjoki was, for the most part, a gentle, quiet man who helped friends cut firewood and enjoyed watching elk graze near his high-mountain camp. But in the summer and fall of 1982, Lyyjoki — aka Navajo Sam — became a national ...

Colorado officials seek higher hunting, fishing fees

By The AP

DENVER — Colorado wildlife officials are holding meetings across the state seeking support from sportsmen and other groups for a plan to double the cost of in-state hunting and fishing licenses. Without the money, officials say they may ...

Woman injured in crash with Aurora fire vehicle

By The AP

DENVER — Authorities say a woman has been hospitalized after crashing into an Aurora fire vehicle that was responding to an emergency call. The Denver Post reports that 65-year-old Freda Adjei suffered injuries that were not life ...


Grave concerns: New Palisade headstone policy falls flat

By Erin McIntyre

If you planned to have a monument erected in the new section of the Palisade Municipal Cemetery, it may be time to rethink those end-of-life plans. Earlier this month, the town’s Board of Trustees voted unanimously to make more than ...

Ruling keeps public access to Telluride trail

By Charles Ashby

Hikers of Gold Hill Road on the Upper Bear Creek Basin in San Miguel County won’t have to worry about not being able to access those trails near Telluride. That’s because the Colorado Supreme Court last week denied a review of a ...

Town of Palisade curbs RV camping inside city limits

By Amy Hamilton

The town of Palisade added teeth to its camping code, outlawing camping in its city limits and limiting the time friends and families who hook up recreational vehicles to homes can do so on loved ones’ private land. The ordinance, ...

Blotter, August 29, 2016

By Staff

Woman arrested after golf club assault reported Grand Junction police responded to Whitman Park on Sunday afternoon, in response to a report that a woman was beating a man with a golf club. Sgt. Derek Rosales confirmed that Melody ...

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