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One bite at a time: Koch uses analogy to finish triathlons

By Staff

Kevin Koch spent some time within the past few weeks thinking about why he continues to go back to Hawaii to compete in the toughest of all Ironman triathlons. “I think it’s because it’s hard,” the Grand Junction ...


County seeks to dismiss suit in mother’s murder

By Paul Shockley

An attorney representing the Mesa County Sheriff’s Department has asked a federal judge to throw out a lawsuit against the agency related to the slaying of a pregnant woman last year. Local attorney Alan Hassler, in a recent filing, ...


McInnis lowers Pennsylvania gas boom on Ritter

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Pennsylvania Gov. Ed Rendell, who bypassed an opportunity to levy a tax on natural gas drilled in his state, has the right approach to drilling, Scott McInnis said. McInnis, a Republican who wants to be Colorado governor, pointed to ...


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Getting rewarded: Six Warriors make SWL All Conference first team

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The 2009 Central High School softball team was a talented bunch that made it to the final four in the state softball tournament and lost only two games all year. Monday the Warriors were rewarded with six players selected to the Southwestern ...


Colorado seeks to head off problems with runoff on inactive drilling pads

By Dennis Webb

The state is working with area energy companies to try to make sure they’re implementing measures such as runoff control and wildlife protection on inactive well pads amid the drilling slowdown. The Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation ...


GarCo commission: State must address fouled spring water

By Dennis Webb

GLENWOOD SPRINGS — Garfield County commissioners on Monday called on the state to take immediate action to remediate oil and gas contamination of spring water that caused a man to become ill northwest of Parachute 17 months ...


Penry plan to abolish energy office is not good for Colorado

By Bill Grant

Josh Penry’s suggestion that it might be time to abolish the Governor’s Energy Office (GEO) may backfire. Rather than exposing a “silo of patronage,” his remark has brought attention to “the single brightest light ...


Election Day muddle

By Staff

We like to think here in the United States that elections decide things. To the extent that someone wins and someone loses, that’s true, but the elections in the nation’s east today are more likely to muddle things than clear them ...


Kids Voting: District C candidate

By Staff

Special to the Daily Students and adults have only one day until Election Day. Voters will be voting on School Board members and term limits for Mesa County district attorney, sheriff and coroner. One of the school board candidates is Harry ...


Feng shui violations cause an unequal division of labor

By Staff

Howie the dog has been having issues lately that involve wanting to go outside in the middle of the night. Luckily, we rearranged our bedroom. Most of the time the new arrangement annoys me to no end, since there’s less than a foot ...


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