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Coal out of the crosshairs?

By Dennis Webb

Advocates of coal mining and its uses in power generation hope it’s a new day for coal after Donald Trump’s election. Many of those advocates took to calling President Obama’s energy policies a war on coal. Trump appears ...


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Higher hopes for Jordan Cove?

By Dennis Webb

Local supporters of Jordan Cove LNG, a proposed Oregon liquefied natural gas export terminal with an associated pipeline project, hope Donald Trump’s election will boost chances for its approval, and for approval of other oil and gas ...


You Said It, Nov. 13, 2016

By Staff

Those opposed to the Redlands roundabout are the same individuals who lack the knowledge or ability to safely negotiate such an intersection. Does anyone else find it odd that our City Council doesn’t have enough money to maintain our ...


Does a Trump presidency bring back drill, baby, drill?

By Dennis Webb

The implications of Donald Trump’s election victory loom large when it comes to the issue of oil and gas development in Colorado and the West, including as it pertains to looming local leasing decisions. The Obama administration is ...


Governments take on pot, broadband

By Charles Ashby

From legalizing the sale of recreational marijuana to taking broadband issues into their own hands, numerous cities, towns and counties in Colorado considered a slew of ballot measures during this year’s elections. According to vote ...


Traditional long-term care insurance isn’t the only option

By Garrett Forsgren/Steve Wright

So what is the answer to long-term care needs? Seventy percent of seniors will need some form of long-term care. Yet Medicare, Obamacare and your health insurance policy will not help pay for those costs, which can reach or even exceed $10,000 ...


Relatives: Boy shot to death

By Erin McIntyre

An 11-year-old boy died after being shot during a sleepover in a Pear Park home on Saturday night. The boy’s family members confirmed his death, though Mesa County Sheriff’s Office officials would only verify that a person had ...


Veterans program helps rebuild lives

By Erin McIntyre

On Veterans Day, David Bryant was packing his Army-issued duffel bag again, starting a new chapter in his life. It felt a little bit like deploying again to him, though he ended his service six years ago. The 33-year-old disabled veteran has ...


Death notices, Nov. 13, 2016

By Staff

■ Juanita (Bubbles) Vega, 85, Fruita, died Oct. 31, 2016, at HopeWest and Hospice Care. Services will be at 2 p.m. Friday at Emmanuel Christian Assembly, 814 E. Harrison Ave. in Fruita. Burial will follow at New Elmwood Cemetery in ...


Blotter, Nov. 13, 2016

By Staff

Suspect dies in West End shooting involving officer Authorities confirmed that a person was killed at the scene of an officer-involved shooting in a remote part of Montrose County on Friday, but declined to provide other details about the ...


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