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Fringe Benefits

By Staff

“I always try to balance the light with the heavy — a few tears of human spirit in with the sequins and the fringes.” — Bette Midler Probably because we’re in the design business, we find decorative borders of ...


Bluebird skiing can’t compete with spreading compost

By Penny Stine

I’m a bluebird skier. I want a nice layer of powder, but I also want blue sky and warm sunshine. I don’t like skiing when it’s snowing, which is almost as silly as saying that I don’t like water when it’s wet. In ...


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Family-friendly Fruita

By Penny Stine

Every year, Real Estate Weekly travels to different areas in the Grand Valley to look at housing, business, schools, parks and issues that are important to those who live in that area. It’s no coincidence that we start our 2012 area ...


Vail Resorts aims to reduce energy use even more

By The Associated Press

BROOMFIELD — Vail Resorts Inc. says it’s met its goal of reducing its energy consumption by 10 percent, and it plans to keep going. Since announcing its energy-reduction goal in 2008, the company has taken steps including ...


CU president pushed regents to rush tuition hike

By The Associated Press

BOULDER — Questions are being raised after University of Colorado President Bruce Benson urged regents to act quickly on a large tuition hike, warning delays could make it difficult to get more money. According to an email obtained by ...


Snowpack almost 80 percent , more needed

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Snows that fell this week over the high country of the Western Slope improved the outlook for the region’s moisture content, but they don’t reverse what has been a light snow year. The recent snows pushed the snowpack in the ...


Land swap, potential drilling cause for uproar

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The isolation of the North Fork Valley is under assault as residents pick sides on the issue of how the stretch of barren adobe, rolling hills of piñon and stark, rocky peaks will be treated. Two main issues have roiled the solitude of ...


Vineyard owner files to challenge Bradford

By Charles Ashby

Palisade vineyard owner John “Rusty” Price is challenging Rep. Laura Bradford for the GOP nomination to the House district she represents. Price, who resigned last week as Republican Party chairman for House District 54, filed the ...


Shell begins first shale research project in Rio Blanco

By Dennis Webb

Shell has broken ground on the first project on any of its three federal oil shale research and development leases, a company representative said Thursday. Carolyn Tucker told the Northwest Colorado Oil and Gas Forum in Rifle the company ...


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Mavs refuse to give up

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No matter what happens, the Colorado Mesa University men’s basketball team has found a way to stay in the game and give itself a chance to win. Despite having 25 turnovers Tuesday night, the Mavericks found a way to defeat the No. ...


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