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Biz Briefcase: Aug. 27, 2015

By Staff

Mind Springs named ‘Top Health Care Company’ ColoradoBiz’ named Mind Springs Health — the largest provider of mental health and substance abuse therapy and services on the Western Slope — the Top Health Care ...


STARTEK ramps up with plans to hire 350 by end of year

By Greg Ruland

A back office service provider with worldwide reach plans to hire about 350 people by December, an expansion that will likely make it one of the largest employers in Mesa County, company officials said Tuesday. STARTEK is ramping up for at ...


BizBuzz, Aug. 27

By Staff

A Minnesota family with roots in Delta returned to the West Slope earlier this year to reconnect with loved ones and buy a business, said Mike Sitz, owner of a Certified Restoration Dry Cleaning Network at Holiday Cleaners, 1251 N. Third St. ...


Mother of conjoined twins to give birth in Colorado

By The AP

AURORA — A woman preparing to give birth to conjoined twins in Colorado said she wants to see her two babies before they are separated after she was told one of the babies won’t survive. Amber McCullough, of Hastings, Minn., was ...


Strong weather pattern headed this way

By Staff

The Grand Valley is included in a wide-ranging hazardous weather outlook issued by the National Weather Service, as thunderstorms are expected throughout the evening and into the night across the region. Western Colorado and eastern Utah will ...


Broncos release kicker Connor Barth

By The AP

ENGLEWOOD — The Denver Broncos have released kicker Connor Barth to make room for Pro Bowl left guard Evan Mathis. Connor made 15 of 16 field goals over the final five weeks last season but was doomed by his poor kickoffs this ...


Judge formally sentences James Holmes to life in prison

By The AP

CENTENNIAL — James Holmes was an angry quitter who gave up on life and turned his hatred into murder and mayhem against innocent victims in a Colorado movie theater, the judge said Wednesday before formally sentencing him to life in ...


County lifts open burning ban

By Staff

Clearer skies across the Grand Valley have led county officials to lift the Open Burning Restriction imposed last week. Smoke from wildfires in Oregon and Washington has been blowing in on wind currents and creating hazy conditions in the ...


Email letters, August 26, 2015

By Staff

Pay attention when you vote for School District leadership positions this fall A Mesa County Valley School District 51 administrator says the Drainage District should not charge the school district a $62,000 fee, implying those funds will ...


Lane closure at Colorado National Monument

By Staff

The outbound lane at the east entrance to the Colorado National Monument will be closed from 11 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Wednesday in order for road crews to re-install a speed hump. Monument staff said one lane will remain open but traffic will ...


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