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Water, beach themes of library’s summer reading program for kids and adults

By Staff

Mesa County Libraries wants to “Make a Splash” with this summer’s reading program for children, teens and adults. The prizes and activities are water-themed or beach-themed. Examples of prizes are pool passes for children ...

Numerous new releases coming in next two weeks; Petty coming soon

By Rock Cesario

It is time for an update on all of the new music that has been released recently and some that will be out in the next two weeks. I’ve found some of this information in “Ambush,” a weekly publication of Alliance ...

Former Moab officer pleads guilty to theft charge

By Paul Shockley

A former Moab police officer faces a maximum one year in jail after pleading guilty Tuesday to misdemeanor theft of cash from his own department, according to the Seventh Judicial District Court’s clerk in Moab. Edward Guerrero, 43, ...

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Cabela’s grand opening

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

Hundreds flock to the Mesa Mall for Cabela’s grand opening. May 2010  ...

Garden-variety confession: A tale of sadness and woe

By Penny Stine

The other day, when I was at Western Slope Ford waiting for them to bring my car around after fixing some pesky problem, I looked down and saw grass and weeds growing where there should have been gravel and a few shrubs. I had to stop myself ...

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Featured Area: Glade Park

By Penny Stine

Although people have been living on Glade Park for more than 100 years, the wildlife population far outnumbers the human population, and residents hope it stays that way forever. That hope isn’t merely something they say, either; many ...

Homes sold May 11-17, 2010

By Staff

NORTH SOLD PRICE 723 ½  Monument View $200,000 3710 Beechwood $240,000 3138 Cloverdale Court $295,000 3505 Hollow Court $475,000 724 Birdie $490,000 PALISADE 3781 Granada #43   $48,000 TBD 37 3/10 Road   $64,900 168  ...

Colo. jobless rate inches up to 8 percent in April

By The AP

DENVER — The state labor department says Colorado’s seasonally adjusted unemployment rate hit 8 percent in April, a tenth of a percentage point higher than in March. The rate is about even with the rate of 8.1 percent a year ...

Aspen Skiing Co. expanding helmet policy

By The AP

ASPEN — Aspen Skiing Co. is expanding who must wear helmets on its mountains. Starting next season, its roughly 500 salaried employees must wear helmets while working on the slopes, and helmets will be required for ski school students ...

Colorado politicians all claiming outsider status

By The AP

LOVELAND — Colorado’s campaign season has politicians from both parties trying to show themselves as outcasts and rebels. No one wants to be a party favorite as primary voters in other states have been rejecting incumbents and ...

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