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Bill offers temporary help to get health insurance coverage

By Charles Ashby

DENVER — It’s only a temporary fix, but a bill approved in the Colorado House on Monday may bring some needed help for the state’s poorest residents to get health care coverage over the next year. Under HB1235, which the ...


Panel reconvenes on Regional Center closure

By Rachel Sauer

The Colorado Department of Human Services is reconvening an advisory group to make suggestions for the future of the Grand Junction Regional Center, heading ever closer to the July 1, 2018, deadline to vacate the Riverside Parkway ...

Lawmaker to seek treasurer’s post

By Charles Ashby

DENVER — There now is a race for state treasurer. State Rep. Justin Everett, R-Littleton, will announce this morning his plans to seek the Republican nomination for the seat, which is being vacated by Colorado Treasurer Walker ...

Brush fire may have been arson, police say

By Gabrielle Porter

A fire that threatened a home in the 2900 block of Parkway Drive early Monday morning is being investigated as a possible arson, according to the Mesa County Sheriff’s Office. The fire, which was initially reported as a brush fire at ...

Blotter, April 18, 2017

By Staff

Woman accused of assault on hospital security guard A woman who was a patient at St. Mary’s Hospital was arrested for alleged second-degree assault on an officer Sunday. Renae Rae Waltz, 49, was arrested after staff at the hospital ...

Death Notices, April 18, 2017

By Staff

■ Donald Lee Feugate, 82, Grand Junction, died April 15, 2017, in Grand Junction. No services are planned at this time. He was an auto mechanic. Survivors include one son, Donald Lee Jr. of Fruita; one daughter, Tara Kay Sloan of ...

Predator reduction plan hits resistance

By Dennis Webb

Conservation groups have sued a federal agency in connection with a Colorado Parks and Wildlife plan to reduce bear and lion numbers to study the effect on mule deer, after one of the groups previously sued CPW over the matter. WildEarth ...

GarCo commission OKs zoning change for injection well

By Dennis Webb

A split Garfield County Commission on Monday approved a zoning change needed for Ursa Resources to continue pursuing a controversial wastewater injection well proposal in the residential community of Battlement Mesa. But while Commissioner ...

Grand County land pulled from lease sale

By Dennis Webb

Responding to widespread opposition, the Bureau of Land Management has dropped plans to offer more than 27,000 acres west of Rocky Mountain National Park in Grand County in an oil and gas lease sale in June. The agency said in a news release ...

Sanders sees a return to ‘wide receiver heaven’ in Denver

By The AP

ENGLEWOOD — Emmanuel Sanders called Denver “wide receiver heaven” back when he joined the Broncos in 2014. He’s counting on Mike McCoy bringing back nirvana to the Rocky Mountains in 2017. Running routes called by Adam ...

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