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Obama: US launches military action against Libya

By The AP

BRASILIA, Brazil — President Barack Obama authorized limited military action against Libya Saturday, saying Moammar Gadhafi’s continued assault on his own people left the U.S. and its international partners with no other choice. ...

Prostitutes’ clients under scrutiny in Colorado

By The AP

DENVER — A new prostitution crackdown in Colorado focuses on customers, not the prostitutes. The state Senate plans to work Monday on a bill to create a statewide network of so-called “john schools.” They would be ...

Cameo Hairstyling

By Staff

Cameo Hairstyling, a full service salon, has been serving customers in the Grand Valley for 42 years. Gary and April Harrison bought the salon in 1984. As our guest you will receive the very best services. Our staff is a highly trained group ...

Shooting prompts questions about emergency phones

By The AP

BOULDER — The fatal shooting of a University of New Hampshire football player near the University of Colorado-Boulder has some students questioning the city’s decision to pull five emergency phones in the area. Police are ...

Husband convicted of killing wife, torching house

By The AP

BRIGHTON — A 29-year-old man has been convicted of shooting and killing his wife and then setting fire to their suburban home. The Denver Post reports that an Adams County jury Friday convicted Charles David Fisher III of shooting ...

SustainAbility: Nuclear industry

By Adele Israel

Last year, over a six-month span, I received several letters from a dedicated reader self-described as “an old environmental war horse.” The letters repeatedly referred to nuclear energy, citing concerns about nuclear waste and ...

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Minister of new church has no trouble finding miracles

By Rachel Sauer

Kathy Richardson sees miracles in the pews and the paint, in the curtains and carpet, and in the tables and speakers and the sign out front. They’re not big miracles, maybe, but small, sparkling shards that blend together into a mosaic ...

The mosquitoes must dye, even if by photodynamic means

By Gary McCallister

My wife thinks that mosquitoes have a contract out on me for killing their babies. For many years I worked in mosquito control, and we mostly eliminated the larval, or baby, stages. I suppose one shouldn’t be proud of being a paid ...

Panel resurrects sales tax exemption on ag products

By Charles Ashby

A measure to reverse a controversial sales tax exemption on agricultural products that was suspended last year is on its way to the full Colorado House. On a party-line vote Friday, the Republican-controlled House Appropriations Committee ...

For the Record, March 19, 2011

By Staff

BIRTHS St. Mary’s Hospital Daniel and Samantha Morby, Grand Junction, a son, Feb. 14. Matthew Fahmey and Lindsay Idler, Grand Junction, a daughter, Feb. 24. Chris Gift and Shalia Pinnt-Gift, Fruita, a daughter, Feb. 27. Jon and Adie ...

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