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Public input sought on redistricting

By Charles Ashby

In a time when political bickering has become a contact sport, state legislators plan to ask Colorado residents how they should handle what usually is the most contentious political issue any state legislature can address: congressional ...

January dry; worst of winter might be over, forecaster says

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This January is shaping up to be one of the driest in recent years in Grand Junction. Only a tenth of an inch of precipitation has fallen on the city so far this month as of Sunday, as measured at the National Weather Service at Grand ...

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Donors see HOPE of needy

By Amy Hamilton

“Beautiful family coming out of an abusive relationship in need of a couch.” “We have moms-to-be in need of cribs, sheets, etc.” “Seems like pots and pans and kitchen items are a big need right now, so if you ...

Study suggests flexibility in annual count of students

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A new study suggests Colorado should change the way it counts students for enrollment data. The “Colorado Average Daily Membership Study,” authored primarily by Denver-based education research firm Augenblick, Palaich and ...

Death Notice, Jan. 24, 2011

By Staff

George Leon Shepherd, 76, Cortez, died Jan. 18, 2011, in Cortez. Services have taken place. Survivors include his wife, Sharon Joanne; one son, Douglas Alan of Palisade; three daughters, Patty Lynn Delucas of Golden, Julianne Stremel of ...

Blotter, Jan. 24, 2011

By Staff

Officer uses Taser on man An Orchard Mesa man was arrested early Sunday after trying to run from police. Ricky Kouris, 24, was arrested on suspicion of physically harassing a woman, resisting arrest and obstructing a police officer at 307 ...

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Teacher, chess master spreads love of game among Gateway students

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Utah’s reigning state chess champion has brought a love of the sport to Gateway School, where he teaches. Moab resident Damian Nash, who lives in Gateway during the school week, began teaching math, science, physical education and media ...

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Gappmaier’s pin sparks Mesa State win over Mines

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Falling behind in a wrestling match usually spells trouble. Mesa State’s Jon Gappmaier found himself in trouble in the Mavericks’ first home dual of the season Sunday against the Colorado School of Mines. The 157-pound sophomore, ...

Screaming Eagle Invitational Results, Sunday, Jan. 23

By Staff

Screaming Eagle Invitational Friday-Saturday at Paonia Team Scores 1. Paonia 269; 2. Fowler 217.5; 3. Olathe JV 115; 4. Merino 112; 5. Rangely 101; 6. Ignacio 99; 7. Dove Creek 84; 8. Cedaredge 72; 9. Meeker 69; 10. Norwood 61.5;11. Dolores ...

Prep Basketball Results, Sunday, Jan. 23

By Staff

Late Saturday Dolores 75, Nucla 41 Dolores 18 27 19 11 — 75 Nucla 8 7 15 11 — 41 Roaring Fork 61, Cedaredge 44 Roaring Fork 13 12 20 16 — 61 Cedaredge 10 7 12 15 — 44 Montrose 54, Ouray 49 Montrose 15 15 12 12 ...

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