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3 engineers investigated for failure to alert state

By Dennis Webb

Three engineers who sounded the alarm about structural problems at Meeker Elementary School are being investigated for failing to alert a state board about concerns regarding the work of one of their peers. The state board that licenses ...


Federal ruling may slow logging projects

By Matthew Berger

A U.S. District Court decision Friday blocking permits for a logging project in the Rio Grande National Forest may have implications for large-scale logging throughout Colorado and the region. The ruling by Judge William J. Martinez of the ...


Restrictions kept geothermal firm from making bid

By Dennis Webb

The company that nominated two parcels for geothermal leasing in southeastern Gunnison County decided against bidding for them because of the number of restrictions on them. Denver-based Flint Geothermal had nominated the more than 8,300 ...


For The Record, Feb. 11, 2012

By Staff

BIRTHS St. Mary’s Hospital Omar and Hannah Bou-Matar, Grand Junction, a son, Jan. 22. Matthew and Heather Bennett, Grand Junction, a daughter, Jan. 27. David Johnson and Tisha Marie Yaussy, Grand Junction, a son, Jan. 27. Chad ...


Attraction can’t be denied, even if it can’t be explained

By Gary McCallister

Gravity got you down? (Sorry, nerd joke.) But whether it does or not, there’s not much you can do about it. It makes no sense to get mad about gravity. It’s just one of those inexplicable, attractive forces. Whenever humans ...


Engineers probed for not reporting Meeker concerns regarding peer

By Dennis Webb

Three engineers who sounded the alarm about structural problems at Meeker Elementary School are being investigated for failing to alert a state board about concerns regarding the work of one of their peers. The state board that licenses ...


Planting the seeds of independence: It’s all in the dirt

By Krystyn Hartman

Why aren’t fundamental life skills a standard part of secondary school education — tools young people need to ensure their independence as adults? If they can feed, clothe and provide shelter for themselves and their families, ...


Printed letters, Feb. 12, 2012

By Staff

The news media from all sources have been having a field day adding fuel to the fire with the pro-life and pro-choice groups at opposite ends of the spectrum. Recently on the MSNBC.com an article was published originating from Reuters and ...


Email letters, Feb. 10, 212

By Staff

Governing via religion is antiquated In his letter to the editor, Richard Puter asserts that majority of the founding fathers were Christians and that is justification for this statement that “to water down the Gospel only emboldens ...


Laura Bradford

Ethics panel dissolves probe of Bradford

By Charles Ashby

A House ethics committee looking into possible violations of Rep. Laura Bradford over a traffic stop last month dissolved itself today, saying there clearly was no evidence she did anything wrong. The panel, made up of three Republicans and ...


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