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Repairs temporarily close Aspen Highlands lift

By The AP

ASPEN — Aspen Skiing Co. says overheating caused a ski lift at Aspen Highlands to break down over the weekend. Spokesman Jeff Hanle says a couple of hundred people had to hike out from the Highland Bowl after the Deep Temerity lift ...


Lawmaker says marijuana should be allowed for PTSD

By The AP

DENVER — A state lawmaker wants veterans suffering from post traumatic stress disorder to be able to use medical marijuana. Rep. Sal Pace, a Democrat from Pueblo, says he’ll try to amend proposed medical marijuana regulations ...


Colo. raises renewable energy standard

By The AP

DENVER — A bill requiring Colorado utilities to use more renewable energy, including smaller-scale solar projects, is now law. Gov. Bill Ritter signed the bill today at a Denver-based solar installation company. Utilities must now get ...


Rafting bill hits rough water

By The Daily Sentinel

The Colorado Senate did the prudent thing Friday and halted a rafting-rights bill that had been sailing through the legislative process until then. Instead, the Senate amended the bill to study the issue, with the study to be completed by Oct. ...


Developer sues city of Fruita on rejected project

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The developer of a proposed 24-townhome project in Fruita is suing the City Council, alleging council members abused their discretion by rejecting the project. In a complaint filed last month, Dan Wilson, the attorney for land owner and ...


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Global Positioning System helps put brakes on energy traffic speeds

By Dennis Webb

Energy contractors increasingly are turning to a high-tech means of curtailing high-speed driving by their employees in area gas fields. A growing number of them are using Global Positioning System units in trucks and other vehicles to ...


Public to discuss transportation at a trio of open house forums

By Staff

Everyone relies on some sort of transportation to get around the area. Why not put in your two cents about local transportation decisions? Open houses will be available in your community today through Wednesday for residents to weigh in on ...


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Hilltop programs ease problems from beginning to end of life

By Amy Hamilton

Years of incarceration and frustration were nearly certain for Lucas Schott, if help hadn’t intervened. The 21-year-old was 10 when he began to rebel, hit his sister, hurt himself, threaten suicide and fly into a rage if he was denied ...


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Man suspected of setting camper on fire

By Amy Hamilton

A Grand Junction man was arrested early Sunday morning on suspicion of using gasoline to set a camper on fire and later kicking out the back window of a patrol car as he was being taken to jail, according to the Grand Junction Police ...


Local supporters cheer health vote

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Supporters of President Obama’s plans to restructure the nation’s health care system cheered as the vote passed the House on Sunday. Disappointed opponents said the vote was only the first in a series of battles still to come over ...


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