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Neslin leaving state oil, gas post for law firm

By Dennis Webb

David Neslin, who shepherded through numerous rule changes as director of the Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission, is leaving his job to become a partner at a law firm and represent energy industry clients. Neslin on March 1 will ...


Email letters, Feb. 1, 2012

By Staff

City County and county commission should modify their legislative prayer Contrary to Robert Burkholder’s recollection in his Jan. 30 letter “Teachings from the Bible are essential to our country” — as Gary Harmon can ...


Landscape photographer featured in displays

By Tammy Gemaehlich

Landscape photographer Doug Sprock is February’s featured artist at Frame Depot, 529 Bogart Lane, and an opening reception for his exhibit is set for 1–4 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 4. Sprock occasionally photographs iconic landmarks, but ...


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Italians claim top spots in mountaineering championships

By Dave Buchanan

Their national economy may be faltering but Italian ski-mountaineers remain among the most-durable in the world. That point was proven again this weekend when two Italian alpinists climbed and skied away from an international field to claim ...


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Utah adds units, decreases licenses for 2012 deer hunting season

By Dave Buchanan

The application period for 2012 Utah deer hunting season begins today and prospective hunters have several new regulations to consider. Instead of the traditional five hunting regions, Utah now has 30 deer hunting units. A hunter familiar ...


On Food: Super Bowl worthy grub

By Dixie Burmeister

Ready for more Big Game Platter Chatter for the event that captures the “heart” of every football fan, even the once a year football fans? Yes. And although we are saddened by our Broncos loss, the parties will continue. ...


Ice, fish grand at Vega Reservoir

By Dave Buchanan

More cold means more ice means more room to fish. Anglers know ice fishing is the Great Equalizer, no matter what Horace Mann said about education. Winter allows you to fish places you can’t reach in summer without a boat. And you get ...


Winter weather advisory in effect for western Colorado

By The Associated Press

Residents of western Colorado are preparing for more snow as a winter weather advisory goes into effect. The advisory goes into effect late Wednesday. The storm is expected to bring widespread rain and snow in the valleys and moderate ...


Santorum continues Colorado campaign swing today

By The Associated Press

DENVER — Former Sen. Rick Santorum is back in Colorado today looking for Republican caucus support as he tries to position himself as an alternative to Mitt Romney in the GOP presidential contest. Santorum planned to spend his day in ...


Western Metals Recycling buys Van Gundy’s

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Western Metals Recycling purchased Grand Junction-based automotive salvage and metal recycling business Van Gundy’s Automotive, Metals & Plating Co. (AMPCO) Inc. on Monday. Van Gundy’s opened in 1929 and has been located at ...


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