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$1.6 million now available in mineral lease grants

By Amy Hamilton

Attention Mesa County nonprofit agencies, special districts and local governments: There may be money available for your group, but you’ll need to act quickly. A total of $1.6 million from the Colorado Department of Local Affairs is up ...

Principals say visit to their schools will show budget subtractions don’t add up for students

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Shelledy Elementary Principal Steve States invites anyone who wants to know what $28.6 million in districtwide budget cuts over three years looks like to spend a day in his school. They’ll have to come early. The school day starts with ...

Health officials, drillers seek deal on air study

By Dennis Webb

State and Garfield County health officials, the oil and gas industry, and Colorado State University are seeking to reach agreement to proceed on what a CSU professor says would be important research into air pollutants resulting from drilling ...

Blotter, Oct. 17, 2011

By Staff

Fisherman not yet found Search and rescue crews in Garfield County continued looking Sunday for a man who went missing in the Colorado River near Rifle on Friday. A fishing boat carrying three men collided with an overpass pillar, throwing ...

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Preschool’s goal: improving lives of children, families

By Dennis Webb

As Lt. Gov. Joe Garcia starts a statewide tour to seek out effective approaches to early-childhood literacy, he might do well to consider what’s happening at a public preschool and kindergarten in Parachute. Actually, it’s more ...

Drilling industry in Colorado hopes voluntary testing will ease groundwater fears

By Dennis Webb

Colorado oil and gas companies are preparing for a Nov. 1 rollout of the nation’s first statewide voluntary groundwater monitoring program for their industry. The Colorado Oil and Gas Association is launching a baseline testing program ...

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Student of the Week, Oct. 17, 2011

By Staff

GPA: 3.94 After-school activities: Varsity cross-country, theater, French Club, Culinary Club, volunteering at the CSA farm, and working at Slice O’ Life Bakery. Favorite book: The novella “The Little Prince” by Antoine de ...

Student Spotlight, Oct. 17, 2011

By Staff

Samantha Wilson of New Castle is among 28 students inducted into the Alpha Lambda Delta national honor society at McDaniel College in Westminster, Md. The society recognizes outstanding academic achievement of a 3.70 GPA or higher during the ...

Kids Voting LEWIS

Palisade voters have final say on dispensary

By Staff

After sweeping through Colorado, the medicinal marijuana controversy battle now lies in Palisade. Voters will decide whether to require Palisade’s only medical marijuana dispensary to charge a $5 sales tax. They may also decide to shut ...

Mavericks top CSU-Pueblo in soccer

By Staff

College Soccer Mavericks top CSU-Pueblo Less than two minutes after he subbed back into the game Sunday, Tim Hofer followed a deflection, lifting the Colorado Mesa University men’s soccer team (4-10-1, 4-7 RMAC) to a 1-0 victory at ...

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