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Lucky number?

By Tim Harty

Joey Saad has been carding 72s at the Colorado West Amateur golf tournament as if he owns the copyright to the number. In addition to carding 1-over-par 72 in each of the first two rounds of the three-day tournament at Bookcliff Country Club, ...


A decision to make

By Allen Gemaehlich

Nate Robertson hasn’t had time to think about his future yet. The Colorado Mesa All-American shortstop was home for only a couple of days before heading to Minnesota to play in a collegiate summer baseball league. He’ll have to ...


Local grad launching history website, with support of acclaimed film maker

By Greg Ruland

A civil engineer with local ties and his business partner want to put history on a virtual globe and invite the world to comment. Think of it as a Wikipedia-style website for world history, said Ken Burns, the renowned film maker who is also ...


Rafters play it safe, and have a blast

By Rachel Sauer

The silver lining, in this case, might be the interior of a raft flying down one of this region’s rivers. The water is fast and high, though not reaching record levels, and several licensed outfitters in this area say that under the ...

Energy companies report no problems 
with spring runoff

By Dennis Webb

RIFLE — Oil and gas companies say they have been monitoring high spring runoff conditions but have experienced no flooding-related problems. The companies discussed the situation Thursday night at the Garfield County Energy Advisory ...


Land Trust just shy of goal to buy property

By Charles Ashby

Mesa Land Trust just needs a little more money. The nonprofit group dedicated to preserving open space in the region is close to getting the money it needs to purchase two more properties as part of a plan to create a multi-use path from ...

Health Briefs, June 3, 2014

By Staff

Ex-St. Mary’s CEO retires after 25 years Longtime senior executive Robert W. Ladenburger, executive vice president of hospital operations for SCL Health System and President and CEO of Exempla Healthcare, has retired. No successor ...

Board ponders change in its dismissal process

By Emily Shockley

It has been eight years since School District 51 fired a tenured teacher. It’s not a quick or cheap process. Now, 24 years after the process was written into state statute, some District 51 board members aren’t sure it’s ...

Gray gourmet, June 8, 2014

By Staff

All meals served with 1 percent milk: Monday — Ham salad on a bun, garden vegetables, peaches. Tuesday — Biscuits and gravy with sausage, carrot raisin salad, asparagus, fruit cocktail. Wednesday — Monterey chicken with ...

Your Town, June 8, 2014

By Tammy Gemaehlich

I confess. I have broken the law, a time or two, such as the time I stole a horse, when I was in the third grade. Don’t worry, I put it back. In my defense, I was tricked by a classmate who said it was hers. We were studying Native ...

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