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Maes cashes in on tea party support

By The AP

DENVER — Entrepreneur Dan Maes cashed in his support from tea party patriot groups to narrowly defeat former U.S. Rep. Scott McInnis in Colorado’s GOP gubernatorial primary, sending a message to state Republicans that the movement ...


Scott wins House District 54

By Charles Ashby

Money didn’t matter in House District 54. Despite being outraised in campaign funding, Ray Scott won the Republican Party primary Tuesday by a 10-point margin over Bob Hislop. Because there are no other candidates for the general ...


Bennet beats Romanoff 54 percent to 46 percent in Democratic Senate primary

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U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet on Tuesday completed the first step toward claiming his job as his own. Bennet, appointed by Gov. Bill Ritter last year, defeated Andrew Romanoff, a former Colorado House speaker, 54 percent to 46 percent, in the ...


Down to the wire in GOP governor’s race

By The Daily Sentinel

The Republican primary election campaign has been such a mess, why should the actual election be any different? So it was that most Coloradans went to bed Tuesday without knowing who won the GOP gubernatorial primary. However, as of 11:30 ...


Durango’s Roberts wins Dist. 6 GOP Senate primary

By Staff

State Rep. Ellen Roberts, R-Durango, easily won the Senate District 6 primary Tuesday night, defeating challenger Dean Boehler. With all precincts reporting in the district’s eight counties in southwestern Colorado, Roberts beat Boehler ...


Blotter, Aug. 11, 2010

By Staff

$100K fraud investigated The Garfield County Sheriff’s Department opened an investigation Tuesday after receiving a report of possible fraud with a loss of $100,000. The report was made Monday afternoon by someone at 261 County Road ...


‘Yes we can(nabis)!’ say Mother Nature and Duncan Hines

By Steve Beauregard

It’s a plant. It’s green, and somewhat controversial. Some claim that it has medicinal benefits, while others believe it should be banned. I am of course talking about asparagus. But the same could be said for marijuana. The main ...


Maes wins by razor-thin margin

By Charles Ashby

It was too close to call most of the evening, but by the early morning hours today Dan Maes was on his way to a squeaker victory over Scott McInnis in the GOP primary for governor. Most of the evening Maes and McInnis were deadlocked with ...


CSAP scores up, still struggling to meet state average

By Emily Shockley

School District 51 high school students beat the state average for the second year in a row for percentage of students scoring proficient or better on Colorado Student Assessment Program reading, writing and science tests. Scores released ...


3 counts filed against man in fatal crash

By Paul Shockley

Prosecutors on Tuesday leveled three felony charges, among other counts, against a Grand Junction man suspected of causing a fatal accident last week on F Road. Henry David Stoltman, 28, was formally charged with two counts of vehicular ...


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