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Snowstorm alters elk hunting results in different ways across Colorado

By Dave Buchanan

Nothing like a little snow to pick up the elk harvest. And nothing like a lot of snow to put a damper on the elk harvest. Reports from the field are saying second-season elk results are a bit spotty after many hunters lost a day or two of ...


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Mesa man gets 16 years to life for sexually assaulting girl

By Paul Shockley

While protesting his innocence and insisting he and his wife were victims, a Mesa man was sentenced this morning to 16 years to life in prison for repeatedly sexually assaulting a young girl. Rodney Eddy, 69, a former church deacon, Plateau ...


Salazar to visit Election Day

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U.S. Rep. John Salazar, D-Colo., will fly into Grand Junction Tuesday morning for the first of three whistlestop visits across the 3rd Congressional District, which takes in most of the West Slope and much of southern Colorado. Salazar, who ...


DMV offices closed Tuesday

By Staff

All Mesa County Motor Vehicle Department offices will be closed on Tuesday. Staff members will be assigned to help with the election, Clerk Janice Rich said. DMV offices will reopen on Wednesday.  ...


Senate candidates spend last day along Front Range

By The AP

THORNTON — On the final day of Senate campaigning, both Colorado candidates concentrated where the most votes are — along the Front Range. Democratic Sen. Michael Bennet and Republican Ken Buck hit the Denver suburbs, Fort Collins ...


Tancredo rallies near Denver; Hick visits Plains

By The AP

DENVER — Colorado’s gubernatorial candidates are making their final push to win votes. Third party candidate Tom Tancredo is holding two rallies today — one in Centennial and another in Parker. Democratic candidate John ...


E-mail letters, Nov. 1, 2010

By Staff

States have a duty to nullify unconstitutional federal laws The Blue Book this year is ridiculous. Objection to Amendment 63 under item No. 3 is egregiously false. Supposedly, regardless of Coloradans passing 63, we will still be forced to ...


‘Unsinkable Molly Brown’ buoys museum by $15,000

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Two showings of “The Unsinkable Molly Brown” pumped up the coffers of the Museum of Western Colorado by about $15,000, the museum said. The Lost Theater Troupe put the show on at the Avalon, the second time the troupe has put on a ...


Blotter, Nov. 1, 2010

By Staff

Sex assault alleged A man was arrested Saturday morning on suspicion he sexually assaulted a woman who lived at the same care center where he was residing, according to the Mesa County Sheriff’s Department. A deputy arrested Marquelle ...


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Settlements reached in fatal lodge blast

By Paul Shockley

A wrongful death lawsuit brought four years ago related to the explosion that killed three people and injured 16 at a remote lodge near Paonia has ended with settlements. Scheduled for trial over seven weeks starting Oct. 18 before Mesa ...


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