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Printed Letters, March 16, 2011

By Staff

Jacob Richards inspires others to seek change When Barack Obama was making his run for presidency two words were used repeatedly — hope and change. However, I do not think he was using them only in regards to himself. He was not the man ...


Could the disaster in Japan reshape Colorado’s energy future?

By Bill Grant

Although Colorado is far from the epicenter of the Japanese earthquake, some of her energy issues are near the center of a newly energized debate on nuclear power. As the Colorado Independent put it in a blunt headline, “Japan disaster ...


Give tiered rates a chance

By The Daily Sentinel

Xcel Energy’s tiered rate structure for summer electric rates — charging a higher rate for those who use more than 500 kilowatts of electricity — will be tested for the second season this year. That is, unless a Grand ...


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Willie Nelson concert sold out

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

Tickets to the upcoming Willie Nelson concert sold out in less than a day last Saturday. “We could have easily sold out another show if he had been available,” said Donna Redd, director of sales and marketing for Two Rivers ...


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Montrose sheriff names person of interest in deaths investigation; IDs victims

By Staff

The Montrose County Sheriff’s Department announced the name of the young man sought for questioning in connection to the discovery of two bodies found Monday. The sheriff is seeking the whereabouts of Ryan Craig Peterson, 19, for ...


State, BLM ink agreement on geothermal development

By Dennis Webb

Federal and Colorado agencies have reached an agreement to streamline geothermal development. The deal is designed to improve cooperation and communication between the U.S. Bureau of Land Management and Colorado Department of Natural ...


Coloramo Federal Credit Union

By Staff

Coloramo Federal Credit Union was founded locally in June 1953 by Colorado Raw Materials Office employees. From serving members in the log cabin at the Atomic Energy Commission compound, to residing at 910 Main Street for 16 years, ...


Colorado West, Inc.

By Staff

Our mission is to create access to quality mental health and substance abuse services, enhancing recovery and resilience in our communities. Outpatient Mental Health Care (970-241-6023) Inpatient Psychiatric Care (970-263-4918) • ...


Man ID’ed in Monday’s fatal rollover

By Staff

The Colorado State Patrol released the identity of a man killed in a one-vehicle rollover accident Monday along Hwy. 50, naming 57-year-old Cort M. Kane as the victim in the crash. Kane was driving southbound on Hwy. 50, about 10 miles ...


Black Hills proposes new Colo. gas power plant

By The AP

DENVER — Black Hills Energy is proposing that a new natural-gas-fired power plant replace two coal-fired units in southern Colorado. The Denver Post reported that the utility made the proposal in a filing on Monday. The 88-megawatt ...


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