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Blotter, Sept. 28, 2014

By Staff

Man who took cash sought The Parachute Police Department is asking for help in locating a man who stole an undisclosed amount of money Monday from a pickup at a local gas station. On Monday morning, the man entered a Dodge pickup that was ...


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Trio of valley golfers have talent to do well at state

By Tim Harty

All three Grand Junction-area state qualifiers to this year’s Class 5A state boys golf tournament go into the tourney with championship dreams and the ability to make a run at the title. It’s a difficult championship to win. So ...


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His time to shine

By Tim Harty

Leaves are changing colors, nights are getting cooler, and the calendar a week ago officially said summer’s over. It’s autumn, and the high school boys golf season is two days away from its conclusion. It’s Donny ...


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Landowner program revamped

By Dave Buchanan

A program that reserves up to 20 percent of the big-game hunting licenses in certain highly prized areas for private landowners has a new name and the promise of closer auditing. Earlier this summer, Colorado Senate Bill 13-188 changed the ...


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Wilderness visitors encouraged to send in photos for Forest Service display

By Dave Buchanan

Colorado has 41 designated wilderness areas, ranging from the small, such as the 8,095-acre Byers Peak Wilderness Area, to the immense, the 492,410-acre Weminuche Wilderness in southern Colorado. Among those 3.4 million acres of wilderness ...


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Protecting a wild dream

By Dave Buchanan

As most outdoors lovers know, this year marks the 50th anniversary of the Wilderness Act, a landmark conservation bill creating an avenue for Americans to protect pristine wildlands for future generations. Today, that original 1964 ...


Clinton out of Denver event for embattled Dems

By The AP

DENVER — Democrats say former President Bill Clinton has bowed out of a scheduled appearance to lend a hand to a pair of embattled Colorado candidates following the birth of his granddaughter. Clinton was to speak at a fundraiser ...


Severed bear head found in Routt was legal hunt

By The AP

STEAMBOAT SPRINGS — A severed bear head discovered in a Steamboat Springs neighborhood came from a bear that was legally hunted. The head was found Thursday, ironically on Bear Drive at Val d’Isere Circle. The Steamboat Pilot ...


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Sheriff recalls an early letter of discouragement from FBI

By Duffy Hayes

While the Colorado State Patrol is making a renewed push to recruit female members to their ranks, the strides women have made in Mesa County law enforcement are readily visible today. The Mesa County Sheriff’s Office is led by Rebecca ...


Producing and consuming is really just rearranging

By Gary McCallister

They say that there’s no free lunch. That certainly seems true, at face value, if one is speaking of the face of a restaurant menu. I think it has a larger meaning as well. If someone else is buying, you are going to end up owing someone ...


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