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Printed letters, June 16, 2011

By Staff

Two of America’s major problems are the lack of good-paying jobs and the high price of gasoline. Asinine government policies regarding the development of our nation’s abundant natural resources are the cause. The Obama team ...


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Fruita man suspected in thefts from cars at Monument

By Paul Shockley

A Fruita man allegedly confessed to breaking into three cars earlier this month near a popular trailhead at Colorado National Monument, stealing credit cards from one of the cars and using them to buy groceries, according to federal ...


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Pets freed from homes of hoarders

By {screen_name}

Dogs barking at all hours of the night. Cats spilling out into the neighborhood anytime the front door opens. The stench of animal waste burning the nostrils of passersby. That’s what many people think of when they imagine the home of ...


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There are always fish to catch at Lake Powell

By Wayne Gustaveson

Lake Elevation: 3,634 asl                 Water Temperature 67-73 F PAGE, Ariz. – My weekly fishing report trip was extremely informative. It began by trying to duplicate some great ...


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Crystal Dam: A raging river runs through it

By Dave Buchanan

Stepping from his truck at the base of Crystal Dam, Pat Oglesby entered a world of water. Overhead, through the drenching mist rising toward a sapphire sky, a tongue of water exploded from the dam, tearing through a gauzy rainbow into the ...


Ancient art of archery free for the viewing

By Dave Buchanan

It’s not Sherwood Forest, but it comes as close as possible for western Colorado. The 2011 Big Sky Archery Open begins Friday night at the DoubleTree Hotel and you’re invited. The three-day tournament features Olympics-type ...


Why is Crystal Dam spilling this year?

By Dave Buchanan

When Crystal Dam spilled earlier this month, it was to meet a 2009 court-adjudicated peak flow rate for the Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park. That peak flow is a balancing act determined by a Byzantine formula based on the May 1 ...


Hanging Lake designated natural landmark

By {screen_name}

Interior Secretary Ken Salazar designated Hanging Lake, which was formed by travertine deposition, as a natural landmark. Natural landmarks are areas that are recognized for outstanding and unique biological or geological features. Hanging ...


More evacuations near southern Colorado wildfire

By The AP

WESTCLIFFE — Residents of approximately 50 more houses in the southern Colorado mountains are being told to evacuate because a wildfire burning nearby is expected to remain active over the next several days. The fire near Westcliffe was ...


Health department to hold hearing on pot rules

By The AP

DENVER — The Colorado Board of Health is holding a hearing on rules that would require caregivers to be more involved in their patients’ lives. Under rules being considered today, caregivers would have to help patients with ...


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