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Montrose trash service could cost more

By Staff

MONTROSE — Sanitation customers in Montrose could face higher rates next year once the city’s trash service becomes privatized, according to City Manager Bill Bell. Bell said the city is issuing requests for information to move ...

Getting It Right, Oct.16,2011

By Staff

Biz Buzz, Oct. 16, 2011

By Staff

Anyone on the east end of the Grand Valley craving a Grand Slam or Moons Over My Hammy breakfast at all hours now has easier access to it. A second Denny’s restaurant will hold its official grand opening at 7 a.m. Monday in the former ...

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Rule of thumb: Take precise measurements

By Sherida Warner

A collection of acrylic rulers is to a quilter what a set of heavy-duty wrenches is to a plumber. Neither can get the job done without the proper tools. Today, I’m offering a rundown of three types of rulers that recently appeared in ...

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80-degree temps match records in ‘77, ‘58, ‘50

By Amy Hamilton

Getting a sunburn in October? Saturday’s 80-degree temperature at 3:03 p.m. was this month’s single warmest day and matched record warm days also reached in 1977, 1958 and 1950. The average daytime high for this time of year tops ...

Waivers won’t hurt accountability, says state education board official

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State Board of Education member Marcia Neal of Grand Junction believes Colorado’s intention to apply for a waiver to No Child Left Behind requirements will leave the state more, not less, accountable for student performance. The ...

Montrose meeting planned to review recycling options

By William Woody

MONTROSE — City officials are reviewing ways to keep curbside recycling a service for residents by offering incentives to entrepreneurs who want to make it a commercial enterprise. Earlier this month, the Montrose City Council voted to ...

You Said It, Oct. 16, 2011

By Staff

To all the bicycle haters: I would welcome a fee (tax) to maintain the bike lanes. Sadly, less than 1 percent of all roads in Mesa County have a bike lane. If I pay a tax, I would expect all roads to have a bike lane. By the way, almost all ...

Local Briefs, Oct. 16, 2011

By Staff

Conservation sessions The Bureau of Land management will sponsor two workshops to hear from the public about ways to further the social and economic goals of area communities affected by the management of the Dominguez/Escalante National ...

Police Blotter, Oct. 16, 2011

By Staff

Search for missing boater Search and rescue teams combed the Colorado River near Rifle on Saturday after receiving a report of a missing boater on Friday afternoon, according to the Garfield County Sheriff’s Department. Just before 4 ...

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