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How to choose a heating/cooling system

By Staff

Arming yourself with the facts can help ensure you find energy-efficient equipment to help cool and heat your family’s home. It’s important to know how vital features in your home function. To keep cool, one option is a central ...


How to choose a hearing aid

By Staff

There are many different types of hearing aids to pick from. Most hearing aids are digital. They come in all different shapes and sizes, and yes, even colors. True digital hearing aids are sound-processing amplifiers and are programmed on a ...


How to shop for furniture

By Staff

Have you been furniture shopping lately? The experience may leave your mind swirling with the many choices you can make such as solid wood and leather. Your style and lifestyle need to be considered when making your furniture choices. When it ...


How to pre-arrange a funeral

By Staff

When a loved one dies, grieving family members and friends often are confronted with dozens of decisions about the funeral — all of which must be made quickly and often under emotional duress. What kind of funeral should it be? What ...

Garfield sheriff: Staff donations OK

By Dennis Webb

A man challenging Garfield County Sheriff Lou Vallario in the Republican primary is questioning Vallario’s goal of getting 100 employees to contribute $100 apiece to his campaign. Doug Winters says he has no problem with employees ...

Well-funded Salazar awaits GOP primary winner in 3rd District

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Republican Scott Tipton enjoys a hefty financial advantage over his GOP opponent in the August primary election, but he is at a severe disadvantage should he survive to run in the general election. Tipton, a Cortez business owner and ...

072110 Unemployment graph

Unemployment rate hits 9.5% in Mesa County, same as in U.S.

By Emily Shockley

Mesa County’s seasonally adjusted unemployment rate rose three-tenths of a percentage point from the previous month to 9.5 percent in June, tying it with the national average. Colorado’s unemployment rate, meanwhile, stayed at 8 ...

Beer truck driver accused of DUI in rollover crash

By Paul Shockley

A Loveland man was issued a summons Monday on suspicion of driving under the influence of alcohol and careless driving after his tractor-trailer careened off Interstate 70. The wreck started a brush fire and shut down westbound traffic for ...

U.S. citizen snared by immigration sweep

By Dennis Webb

Immigrations and Customs Enforcement mistakenly tried to arrest a U.S. citizen in Carbondale on July 13 during a week-long sweep targeting gangs, an advocacy group says. “This incident shines a light on the faulty databases and systems ...

Blotter, July 21, 2010

By Staff

Burning for bed bugs Mesa County Sheriff’s Department deputies and firefighters responded Monday to a report of a possible structure fire in the 200 block of Lake Drive. Instead, they were met by a homeowner who explained he had taken ...

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