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Meis: Plan is a threat to economy

By Staff

The Bureau of Land Management’s draft plan for managing more than a half-million acres of public land in west-central Colorado would be devastating to Mesa County’s economic future, and the agency should rework and reissue the ...


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GJ in Top 10 retirement spots

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The seventh-sunniest city in the United States is one of the best places to retire as well, according to the American Association of Retired Persons. AARP Magazine released a list in its January issue of 10 Great Sunny Places to Retire. Grand ...


Death Notices, Jan. 18, 2012

By Staff

Robert Duane Andersen, 76, Grand Junction, died Jan. 15, 2012, at Vega Lake State Park. Services will be 2 p.m. Saturday at Monument Presbyterian Church in Grand Junction. Mr. Andersen was a metallurgical engineer. Survivors include his ...


Denver may eliminate horse patrol

By The AP

DENVER — Denver police may be forced to put their horse patrol out to pasture because of budget cuts. In June, the city said it is considering eliminating the patrol as part of a plan to cut about $8 million from the budget. According ...


Email letters, Jan. 17, 2012

By Staff

Usually executive positions get severance, not unemployment Isn’t it true that contract employees, usually executive positions like Laurie Kadrich’s city manager position, can’t get unemployment compensation? I haven’t ...


Homeless man to fight roadside eviction

By The AP

PUEBLO — A Pueblo attorney is fighting an order from the Colorado Department of Transportation trying to force a homeless man off a state highway right of way. Attorney Matt Martin says 53-year-old Roy Gleiter and his 73-year-old ...


Fast-moving snow storm causing few problems

By The AP

DENVER — Most major highways in Colorado are open after a fast-moving snow storm slid through the state over the holiday weekend. Colorado Department of Transportation spokesman Ryan Drake said Tuesday Colorado Highway 285 is still ...


U.S. at the gap

By The Daily Sentinel

Economic inequality and public anger about it have a long history in the United States. Public outrage over monopolies and robber barons led to the populist movement of the late 19th century, trust-busting and often-violent labor strikes. The ...


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Sound check, Dreamboat

By Melinda Mawdsley

When asked to describe Dreamboat’s sound, lead singer and guitarist Billy Pogany looked to bandmate and drummer Trevor Adams and asked, “Folk, dream pop?” Adams smiled and said that “no matter what word we use,” ...


Authorities warn of avalanche risk on Grand Mesa

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The Colorado Avalanche Information Center has announced certain parts of the Grand Mesa are in “considerable” danger of sustaining avalanches. The center released an advisory Monday morning, effective through 10 a.m. today, ...


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