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Fire chief apologizes to Ute Water, says district’s hydrant working well

By Amy Hamilton

Fire Chief Frank Cavaliere of the Lower Valley Fire Department apologized to the Ute Water Conservancy District after telling reporters that a defective fire hydrant operated by the water agency may have hindered the ability by fire crews to ...

Scientific discoveries often a product of fortune — and really cheap labor

By Gary McCallister

Serendipity plays a larger role in scientific discovery than most scientists want you to know. I’d use my own discoveries as an example, except I don’t have any. My major professor in my doctoral program was an accomplished ...

Religion Briefs, Aug. 8, 2015

By Staff

Jail ministry to host barbecue fundraiser Mesa County Jail Ministry will have a barbecue fundraiser next weekend during the Palisade Peach Festival at McLean Farms, 727 Elberta Ave. in Palisade. Ribs and pulled pork will be available Aug. ...

Death Notices, Aug. 8, 2015

By Staff

■ Michael John McCarthy, 75, Hotchkiss, died Aug. 3, 2015, at his home. Services will be at a later date. Survivors include his wife, Kathryn; one son, Kent Phelps James; one daughter, Erin McCarthy; two sisters, Mary Snyder and ...

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James Holmes gets life term after jury fails to agree on execution

By The AP

CENTENNIAL — Colorado theater shooter James Holmes will be sentenced to life in prison without parole after a jury failed to agree Friday on whether he should get the death penalty for his murderous attack on a packed movie ...

Mesa County woman contracts tularemia

By Mike Wiggins

Mesa County health officials announced today that a Mesa County woman has contracted tularemia, marking only the second human case in the county in the last 10 years. The woman likely was exposed through a bite from a deer fly or tick while ...

Hayden to allow commercial pot growers to apply to operate

By The AP

HAYDEN, Colo. — Commercial marijuana growers will be able to apply to operate in Hayden, a northern Colorado town about 25 miles west of Steamboat Springs. The Steamboat Pilot & Today reports ( the council ...

Orange waste from Colorado mine creeps toward New Mexico

By The AP

DENVER — A plume of orange muck that spilled from a Colorado mine has drifted about 55 miles downriver and is closing in on New Mexico. New Mexico Environment Department spokeswoman Susan Majure (MAY’-jur) said Friday that the ...

Email letters, August 7, 2015

By Staff

Our rural congressmen should represent the interest of the people in their districts Congressmen Scott Tipton and Ken Buck should be representing the people of their rural districts, not the interests of foreign lobbies and multinational ...

What part of deadline ....

By Greg Walcher

A new study from a group called the R Street Institute has found that federal agencies missed half of all the deadlines imposed by Congress. Not just recently, not just in the current administration, but for more than 20 years. The most ...

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