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Democratic House hopeful says he’s fiscal conservative

By Charles Ashby

A Democrat has jumped into the race for House District 55. That’s the seat held by Rep. Ray Scott, R-Grand Junction. Scott is leaving it to run for the Colorado Senate seat that Grand Junction Republican Steve King plans to vacate to ...

Briefs, Feb. 27, 2014

By Staff

Archaeology class offered A class in Archeology Practice in Colorado, formally called Introduction to Archeology, will be offered March 8–9, in Montrose. The two day class, presented by State Archeologist Kevin Black, is part of the ...


Guv backs Hotchkiss chicken farms

By Duffy Hayes

Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper has waded full-force into the issue of whether two controversial crowded egg-laying farms in Delta County should be allowed, siding with Delta County commissioners, the Delta County Farm Bureau, and supporters ...

Point your skis toward these on-mountain dining options

By Dave Buchanan

Here is a short (and extremely subjective) list of some of North America’s best on-mountain restaurants (in addition to Bon Vivant). If you’re a budget-conscious skier, you might want to check the menus before sitting down, ...


Telluride Ski Resort’s elevated dining options lure skiers to a leisurely lunch

By Staff

Mid-afternoon at Telluride Ski Resort and after a morning of hard skiing I was about ready for lunch. Longtime friend (and resort spokesperson) Tom Watkinson and I had been making non-stop runs across the resort’s expert terrain and my ...

Briefs, Feb. 26, 2014

By Staff

Affordable Care Act meeting Thursday A discussion of the Affordable Care Act will be at 6:30 p.m. Thursday in the Grand Junction CIty Hall Auditorium. Speakers at the program, which is sponsored by Freedom!Colorado, include a Grand ...


Meeting set to discuss kindergarten policy change

By Emily Shockley

Parents with questions about School District 51’s newly changed kindergarten entrance policy are invited to attend a meeting with district elementary school personnel from 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. tonight at the Emerson building at 930 Ute ...

New surgery options to help military vets cut down on travel time

By Gary Harmon

The first of what federal officials and Community Hospital hope will be many surgeries for veterans who might otherwise have to travel hundreds of miles for treatment happened last week. Surgeons with the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs ...

Glenwood man accused of murder attempt

By Dennis Webb

A man has been charged with first-degree attempted murder after deliberation in connection with an alleged attack involving a tire iron outside a bank in Glenwood Springs. Daniel Hernandez-Pineda, 38, of Glenwood Springs, is accused of ...

Homeowner association bill advances

By Charles Ashby

The Colorado House gave a preliminary nod to a bill Tuesday that would allow homeowner association boards to have a say in any fee increases from their management agents. The measure, HB1254, is designed to fill a hole in changes the ...

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