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Food, drink among things once available in Cisco

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First in a two-part series on the history of Cisco, Utah. # # # Today if you happen to drive through the tiny hamlet of Cisco, Utah, on U.S. Highway 6&50, you might be intrigued to know that the ghost town was once a thriving ...


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Run on pills spurred by unlikely radiation

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It took just a couple days for Japan’s post-earthquake nuclear reactor problems to rattle Grand Junction residents enough to start stocking up on potassium iodide pills. Grocery and supplement stores are selling out of the pills, which ...


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Brothel owner found dead in Vegas hotel

By Paul Shockley

A former Grand Junction woman convicted of running a brothel on Horizon Drive was found dead in a Las Vegas hotel room Tuesday. Security staff at Paris Hotel and Casino found the body of 61-year-old Nan O’Reilly about 2:45 p.m. Tuesday ...


Montrose suspect’s suicide confirmed

By William Woody

MONTROSE — The Montrose County Coroner’s Office confirmed Thursday the wanted man who killed himself in a Montrose apartment complex Wednesday night was Ryan Craig Peterson, a suspect in a double homicide. The Coroner’s ...


Sexual relations in dispute in Garfield case

By Dennis Webb

A former Garfield County Jail employee testified today that she had sex for a year with the then-commander of the facility “because he commanded me to do so.” Lisa Martin spoke during a lawsuit proceeding in which Jonathan Cross, ...


Gluten-free millet gaining ground in U.S.

By Dixie Burmeister

Mention millet and most will say it’s in bird feed and other animal feed. I imagine few of you have it on your grocery list. But it may appear there in the near future. Although it has been eaten by people for centuries around the ...


Q and A with Enefit CEO Sandor Liive

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1) Was Enefit drawn to the technology already being considered at the OSEC lease as opposed to sme of the in-situ technologies being tested in Colorado? Is the OSEC approach substantially similar to that employed in Estonia? Enefit has ...


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Monument visitors indebted to Otto

By Eric Sandstrom

This is the fifth in a series of weekly columns about Colorado National Monument in honor of the park’s centennial anniversary on May 24. One advantage of working as a national park ranger — besides the Smokey Bear hat, of course ...


E-mail letters, March 17, 2011

By Staff

Fukushima Fifty are truly heroic We routinely throw the word “hero” around too lightly anymore. Everyone is a hero nowadays, it seems.  The overuse of the hero label has cheapened the word, its meaning and its real value to ...


Montrose homicide suspect ID’d by coroner

By William Woody

MONTROSE — Ryan Craig Peterson, wanted in connection with the the murders of Kama Sanburg and Scott Clarke, was positively identified by the Montrose County Coroner’s Office Thursday, one day after killing himself in a Montrose ...


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