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UPDATE: Armed robber on loose

By Staff

Authorities are asking for public help to identify the man who brandished a gun and demanded drugs at a Fruitvale pharmacy today. At approximately 4:30 p.m., a white man between 35 and 45 years, walked into the Rite Aid, 2992 F Road, wearing ...

Legislature takes aim at businesses once more

By Rick Wagner

The clay pigeon shoot of Colorado business taking place under the Capitol dome continues unabated this week as state lawmakers zero in on what surely must be important legislation to pull Colorado out of this deep economic downturn. In that ...

Offshore drilling may expand now

By The Daily Sentinel

President Barack Obama’s announcement Wednesday that his administration will open significant offshore areas to oil and gas exploration is welcome news. Coastal waters that have been off limits for 20 years — including the Eastern ...

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Tea Party Express visit

By Staff

The Tea Party Express national bus tour stops off at Sherwood Park in Grand Junction.  ...

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Haute Talk, Celebrating Easter

By Robin Dearing

The Haute Mamas take on the topic of Easter celebrations. Visit the Haute Mamas’ blog entry associated with this video by clicking HERE.  ...

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Principal gets goat kissed

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

Bright red lipstick was slathered on the lips of Principal Damon Lockhart of Independence Academy Charter School Wednesday while his students chanted “Kiss A Goat!” The the tube was applied to the lips of the unsuspecting goat ...

Woman pleads not guilty in ‘Buddy’ theft

By Paul Shockley

A woman accused of stealing a dog that was allegedly killed by her brother on Colorado National Monument pleaded not guilty this afternoon. Melissa Lockhart, 32, who is charged with felony theft, entered the plea in Delta County Combined ...

Sweitzer Lake postpones opening day for boaters

By Dave Buchanan

A lingering winter and accompanying cold weather has forced Colorado State Parks to postpone the opening of Sweitzer Lake State Park near Delta until April 9. Officials caution boat operators to make sure their vessels are inspected for ...

Connors State remains top team in JUCO baseball poll

By Allen Gemaehlich

Connors State (Okla.) College (29-2) held on to the top spot in the National Junior College Athletic Association Division I baseball poll. The College of Southern Nevada (27-5) moved up one spot to No. 2. San Jacinto (Texas) College (25-6) is ...

Feds settle suit over drilling in Rocky Mountains

By The AP

SALT LAKE CITY — The Obama administration will limit the use of an administrative shortcut that has been used to approve thousands of drilling permits across the Rocky Mountains without full environmental reviews. The policy change was ...

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