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Federal officials to watch for voter fraud, abuses

By The AP

DENVER — Federal officials in Colorado and across the country will be monitoring elections next Tuesday for complaints of voter fraud or voting rights abuses. U.S. Attorney John Walsh says Assistant U.S. Attorney Thomas O’Rourke ...

Bennet in GJ tonight as part of three-day bus tour

By The AP

DENVER — Democratic Sen. Michael Bennet is starting a three-day bus tour to make closing arguments in his neck-and-neck contest against Republican Ken Buck. Bennet leaves from Denver this morning and has six stops planned. He starts in ...

Wolf Creek Ski Area opens for the season Saturday

By The AP

PAGOSA SPRINGS — A third Colorado ski resort is opening for the season. Wolf Creek Ski Area in southwest Colorado says it will have three lifts running for opening day Saturday. It says its base was helped by 10 inches of new snow from ...

10.31.10 Clifton maverik

Clifton recreating its identity

By Penny Stine

Clifton is an urban area on county land with residents who are uninterested in being annexed to the city of Grand Junction, but who want some of the amenities of urban living. Mesa County is doing what it can to keep up and deliver the ...

Realtor News

By Staff

Keller Williams Colorado West Realty, LLC is pleased to announce their top associates for the month of September.  Andrea Haitz was the top listing agent and Diana Davis-Reiber was the top sales agent.  Congratulations to these ...

Real Estate Transactions

By Staff

NORTH               SOLD PRICE 2429 Roan Ridge Drive $160,000 661 Laredo Court #B $129,900 736 Scoters Cir #A $174,500 2808.5 Village Park Drive $153,000 1035 Lakeside Drive $230,000 2624 F 1/2 ...

Palisade mayor candidates speak out

By Staff

Should voters choose to remove Palisade Mayor Dave Walker from office next week, the town will need someone to fill Walker’s seat for the remaining 18 months of his term. That’s where Joseph Browne, Roger Granat, Patty Hanna and ...

Gas industry aims to boost ‘green’ image

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From using approaches to drilling that are reminiscent of Sim City games to finding ways to make use of water produced when collecting coal-bed methane, more can be done to improve the effects of the energy industry, speakers said Thursday at ...

Williams’ sale of pipelines, plants to net $782 million

By Dennis Webb

Williams has agreed to sell its Piceance Basin pipeline and gas plant system for $782 million to a partnership in which it holds a majority interest. The largest natural gas producer in western Colorado’s Piceance Basin is selling its ...

102810 Commerical construct

Commercial construction pounds bucks into city’s budget

By Amy Hamilton

A crane and backhoes are working in concert this week to bury fuel tanks at the site of a new City Market gas station and grocery store off 24 Road. To the northeast, the new, four-story Candlewood Suites, with 97 rooms is framed in and now ...

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