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Always follow the money

By Rick Wagner

Here it is October; the year just flew by and we’re already close to the progressive left’s favorite holiday, Halloween — – one of the few holidays that doesn’t involve some savior, saint or dead male ...


Ursa holds off on plan to drill close to school

By Dennis Webb

Ursa Resources has backed off plans to pursue natural gas drilling near Grand Valley High School in Parachute — for now. Ursa told Garfield School District 16 and Garfield County officials in a letter Wednesday that it doesn’t ...


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Man badly injured in two-vehicle crash

By Erin McIntyre

A two-vehicle accident on the Interstate 70 Business Loop on Wednesday morning resulted in serious injuries for one driver, who was taken to St. Mary’s Hospital. The man driving a blue Hyundai — which turned in front of a tow ...


Witnesses: Holzer may have thought he was shot

By Gabrielle Porter

During the scuffle when then-17-year-old Austin Holzer allegedly shot and killed Mesa County Sheriff’s Deputy Derek Geer, the teenager might have mistakenly believed he himself had been shot, according to testimony from several witnesses ...


Whistleblower: Ethics vital in the world of business

By Katie Langford

One of the corporate whistleblowers responsible for uncovering the $3.8 billion WorldCom fraud in 2002 spoke to Colorado Mesa University students and community members on Wednesday about the importance of ethical decision-making. Cynthia ...


No charges yet in Rifle pot grow; probe continuing

By Dennis Webb

Prosecutors have declined to file charges for now but an investigation continues into the case of 14 Chinese nationals arrested recently in connection with an allegedly illegal large marijuana grow near Rifle. Ninth Judicial District Attorney ...


Coal industry giant gets out of bankruptcy

By Dennis Webb

Industry giant Arch Coal, owner of the West Elk Mine in the North Fork Valley, has successfully emerged from Chapter 11 bankruptcy less than a year after filing for court protection as it financially restructured. “Today marks the ...


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Report urges more spending on alternative transportation

By Charles Ashby

The state could save money on future road projects if it spends a greater portion of the funds it has on transit, bike lanes and sidewalks, a consumer advocacy group said Wednesday. The Colorado Public Interest Research Group, a left-leaning ...


Assault, robbery reported at CMU

By Gabrielle Porter

Police are investigating a robbery and assault at Colorado Mesa University that left a man injured early Saturday morning. Attackers reportedly stole the victim’s wallet — which included credit cards and other personal information ...


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Jared Leblow has improved as a runner for Warriors

By Dale Shrull

Cross country is all about improvement and progression. Put in the work and the times come down. Jared Leblow has rounded into a pretty good cross-country runner. Now, as a senior at Central, Leblow has gone from trudging along in the pack ...


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