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Many activities at Palisade’s Spring Fest

By Staff

Celebrate the season with Palisade’s Spring Fest on Saturday, March 31, in downtown Palisade. From 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. there will be music, vendors, food, games and gardening tips from experts. Children’s activities with games and ...


Calendar: March 30-April 5

By Staff

FRIDAY, MARCH 30 Dirtylectric, Rocky Mountain Pub, 539 Colorado Ave., 245-0995. Ghost Town, Veterans of Foreign Wars, 1404 Ute Ave., 242-9940. Liquid Assassins, Cruiser’s Bar, 715 Horizon Drive., 314-2554. Flat Top Reed, roots blues ...


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Bradford abandons re-election bid

By Charles Ashby

After repeatedly saying she would seek re-election to the Colorado Legislature, state Rep. Laura Bradford announced Thursday she is dropping out of the race for House District 54. That announcement came two days before the district’s ...


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Going bike in time: Shop owner recreates 102-mile L’Eroica race

By Melinda Mawdsley

Chris Brown jokes that nothing is scarier than someone who follows through on an idea. But that is how L’Eroica Historic Bicycle Race was reborn. A history buff and owner of Brown Cycles, Brown spent hours looking at old photographs ...


Lines West: March 30, 2012

By Staff

In the Morning The first flakes fall like a rarity, delicate, earthly bound on sallow grass, whispering of white blankets to conceal late season steel. Early gossamer lattice that will, eventually, melt into spring  ...


National park subject of open houses

By Staff

The committee studying whether to seek park status for Colorado National Monument has scheduled four open houses to discuss findings and seek out any additional areas that need to be explored. The first is April 10 at Redlands Middle School, ...


Mold worries follow Head Start

By Paul Shockley

An official with the regional leadership of Rocky Mountain SER Head Start said Thursday that she is awaiting results of a second round of environmental testing after finding mold that may have sickened students and possibly staff at an Orchard ...


School staff reluctant about more cuts

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More cuts were the last thing many of the 30 School District 51 staff members wanted to discuss at an employee budget forum Thursday at Fruita 8/9 School. After three years of cuts totaling $28.6 million, many in the school’s ...


Senators seek more comment time for oil, gas leases on 30,000 acres

By Staff

Colorado’s two U.S. senators are asking for an extension of the comment period on the proposed leasing of about 30,000 acres in the North Fork Valley in Delta County. Sen. Mark Udall, D-Colo., wrote to Helen Hankins, Colorado state ...


JetAway Aviation loses case against Montrose County

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Montrose County officials said they hope their victory in federal court in Denver settles a long-running dispute between Montrose Regional Airport and a company that filed the antitrust case. U.S. District Judge Richard Matsch in Denver ...


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