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Ignorance of the law is no defense – but should it be?

By Krystyn Hartman

About 40,000 new state laws went into effect the first of this year throughout the United States, according to a report from the National Conference of State Legislatures. With a total of about 16 million laws in the United States, I ...


Printed letters, May 20, 2012

By Staff

I am extremely pleased with the Town of Palisade’s decision to end fluoridation of our water supply. Mass-medicating everyone, regardless of need and proper medical prescription, is extraordinarily contradictory to any logical ...


Western Nevada, Spartanburg join 2012 JUCO field

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Western Nevada College baseball coach D.J. Whittemore was certain his team was due some good fortune. He was right. The No. 20 Wildcats (47-15) rallied Saturday afternoon to defeat No. 2 Salt Lake (Utah) Community College 9-8 in Salt Lake ...


Tempers flare at GOP executive meeting

By Paul Shockley

A contentious May 9 executive board meeting of the Mesa County Republican Party saw the county’s elected assessor walk out after a fracas documented by the Grand Junction Police Department. Garry Brewer and his wife, Mesa County ...


Palisade’s Smith wins Class 4A state discus title

By Nick Walter

LAKEWOOD —­ Even after he’d won the discus in the Class 4A boys state track and field championships Saturday, Palisade’s Tanner Smith held to what his father, Tim Smith, had taught him. “He just always told me to ...


cnm to park fix

Icelandic visitors: Park status would improve marketability for monument

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When Sif Gunnardsdottir and her husband, Omar Sigurbergson, approached Colorado National Monument last week, they had little idea what they were going to see. Like many American tourists, they were thinking that “some kind of ...


Cedaredge’s Williams wins 3 more state titles

By Nick Walter

LAKEWOOD — She snatched the baton, and with strides clearly longer and stronger than any in the 400-meter relay, ones that she’ll take to Florida State University, Cedaredge’s Sierra Williams swallowed a gap one final time in ...


Cedaredge’s Martinez wins high jump crown in 3A

By Nick Walter

LAKEWOOD — They say it has to be the reason — coaching. How else could Cedaredge qualify four high jumpers for the boys state track and field meet and come out of Jefferson County Stadium on Saturday with Danny Martinez as the ...


Plateau Valley’s Grundy wins 2 state titles

By Staff

LAKEWOOD — Plateau Valley’s Teddy Grundy admits he’s not all that fond of the 400-meter dash, and he likes the high jump a lot better. Regardless of preferences, he delivered championship efforts in both Saturday during the ...


Montrose’s Barnosky nabs two 2nds at state swim meet

By Staff

Montrose High School senior Michael Barnosky was good, but Longmont High’s Connor Dwyer was a little better Saturday at the Class 4A boys state swimming and diving championships. As a result, Barnosky had to settle for second-place ...


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