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West students collect blankets for troops

By Emily Shockley

West Middle School students want to collect 300 blankets for soldiers and local families before Dec. 14. The students are part of the Latino Education Achievement and Graduation program for Hispanic student enrichment. They have collected 45 ...

Civil suit complicates defense for Montrose doctor in federal probe

By Paul Shockley

A civil lawsuit against a Montrose doctor who also is the subject of a criminal investigation has ground to a halt as the doctor faces two stark legal choices, attorneys said in recent court filings. Dr. Sam Jahani can either assert his ...

You Said It, Nov. 29, 2009

By Staff

To the wonderful individuals who found my purse full of very important belongings in the Wal-Mart parking lot and turned it in to customer service: a very large thank you. People like you make this a lovely place to live. You are honest, ...

Police Blotter, Nov. 29, 2009

By Staff

Fence upsets neighbors Good fences are apparently not making good neighbors after a Glade Park property owner accused his neighbor of taking down a fence. According to the Mesa County Sheriff’s Department, a man in the 32000 of ...

Death Notices, Nov. 29, 2009

By Staff

Russell Louis DaCosta, 49, Eckert, died Nov. 25, 2009, at his home. Services will be at 1 p.m. today at Cedaredge Assembly of God. Burial will be private. Survivors include his wife, Jane; six sons, Timothy, Ryan, Andrew, Patrick, Scott and ...

Plan for an energy efficient holiday

By Emily Shockley

Saving money and the ozone and being environmentally friendly this holiday season can be tricky. Calculating how much fuel it took to get a Thanksgiving feast to your plate, checking how much energy Christmas light displays will suck up and ...

Farmers praise Salazar for cautious approach

By Dennis Webb

A group of farmers and ranchers is praising Interior Secretary Ken Salazar’s cautious approach toward oil shale development. Sixty people signed a Rocky Mountain Farmers Union letter to the former U.S. senator from Colorado on the ...

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Third time’s a charm? Fruita girls coach expects big things in third year at helm

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Fruita Monument High School girls basketball coach Dan Schmalz is hoping year three is the breakout year. In Schmalz’s first two seasons as Fruita’s coach, the Wildcats made the playoffs but lost in the first round. But this ...

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Pipelines push value of Rockies gas

By Dennis Webb

Jim Zadvorny remembers a time a little more than a year ago when it was difficult to basically even give away natural gas produced in the Rockies. “There were Rockies trades for 1 cent (per million British thermal units) one day in ...

When you leave warm shower, you’re glowing

By Staff

When we humans look at most objects, the image we see is because of the available light (from the sun or artificial lights) reflecting off the object. If no light is available, we see nothing. This wouldn’t be true if our eyes could see ...

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