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E-mail letters, March 14, 2011

By Staff

Merger will likely mean license fees aid state parks The governor’s plan to merge the Division of Wildlife with the Division of State Parks and Outdoor Recreation is notable for its intent to bring increased efficiencies to the ...

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Montrose County looking for young man regarding couple’s deaths

By Staff

The Montrose County Sheriff’s Department is looking for a young man for questioning in the deaths of a couple at 16378 6030 Road. “We are looking for one person,” said Montrose County Sheriff Rick Dunlap. “The person ...

SustainAbility: Marquette, Mich.

By Adele Israel

I recently traveled to Marquette, Mich., to visit my daughter and son-in-law. During the course of our regular outings, I stumbled across some noteworthy sustainable efforts in the Great White North. Marquette is a community of a little more ...

Homegrown: Organic gardening, Part 2

By Dennis Hill

I’m thinking I’d like to start an organic vegetable garden in my backyard. What do I need to do? — Scott In last week’s column I wrote about the soil needed for organic gardening and ended by listing the basic ...

ComAct Housing Corporation

By Staff

ComAct Housing is organized to make housing available to low income people ($15,000.00 - $38,400.00) in Mesa County, Colorado and to establish and coordinate programs that promote the greatest and most efficient use of housing for the targeted ...

Crews work to finish containing fire near Boulder

By The AP

BOULDER — Firefighters are working to finish containing a wildfire in the foothills west of Boulder. The fire was 80 percent contained today. Fire managers say the final stretch of containment lines are the most difficult to build ...

New generation biofuels are more farm-friendly

By Staff

There’s an old adage that says “agriculture is the only profession that buys retail and sells wholesale,” and producers of the Colorado’s West Slope are no strangers to this challenge. Even with grain prices soaring, ...

Colorado left out of NCAA tournament

By The AP

LONGMONT — The festive mood at Colorado coach Tad Boyle’s watch party Sunday quickly turned sullen after the Buffaloes were left out of the NCAA tournament. Colorado was hoping to make the tournament for the first time since 2003. ...

Climber dead, brother rescued in Utah canyon

By The AP

HANKSVILLE, Utah — Authorities say a 70-year-old Colorado man died in a climbing accident but his 57-year-old brother was rescued after being stranded for at least three days on a ledge in a remote Utah canyon. Wayne County ...

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Taiwanese pianist wins young artist competition

By Melinda Mawdsley

The power of the piano was unleashed Sunday. With styles that were equally aggressive and enchanting, the three finalists in the annual Grand Junction Symphony Orchestra Young Artist Competition wowed an audience — and judges — ...

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