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Medicare reimbursement forumla threatens access to physicians

By Guest Columnist

Health care reform has been the subject of heated debate in Washington D.C. for nearly a year.  It is a complex issue that will have a profound impact on our lives, our children’s lives, and our grandchildren’s lives. Most ...

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Gators treated to rock concert, “Music Making Music”

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

The Mount Garfield Middle School Gators were treated to an afternoon rock-n-roll concert on the last day of school before spring break. The band Going Second performed a live alternative rock concert in an effort to encourage students to ...

Colorado National Monument to receive more funding for trail work

By Dave Buchanan

Colorado National Monument will receive an additional $27,000 in federal stimulus monies this year to continue rehabilitating well-used trails in the monument. The new money, which comes on top of $226,000 received last year, boosts the ...

Construction to close Buckeye Res.

By Dave Buchanan

Buckeye Reservoir and Recreation Area, a popular camping and fishing destination west of Paradox, will be closed this summer as the area undergoes major improvements. A spokesperson for the Manti-LaSal National Forest said campsites will be ...

Interior: Sage-grouse listing warranted but precluded

By Dennis Webb

Interior Secretary Ken Salazar today cited a sharp drop in the population of the greater sage-grouse in announcing a decision that it warrants federal protection. “We have seen a 90 percent decline in the population of the sage-grouse ...

Creede and Telluride win Governor’s arts award

By Melinda Mawdsley

The Colorado towns of Creede and Telluride were given the annual Governor’s Arts Award for each community’s efforts to enhance the town and economy through the use of the arts. Awards were presented to each town’s mayor ...

Mountain lion euthanized after invading Colorado home

By Melinda Mawdsley

An apparently malnourished young mountain lion followed a small dog into a Chaffee County home Thursday, trapping a mother and her two children inside the home, according to the Colorado Division of Wildlife. The incident happened at about 4 ...


Music Scene: Week of March 5, 2010

By Tammy Gemaehlich

After a hiatus, Jay Ketchem is back on the music scene in the Grand Valley. The Jay Ketchem Band will play from 8 p.m. to midnight Friday, March 5, at Whiskey River, 490 28 1/4 Road. Cover charge is $10. Ketchem has been selling real estate ...

Calendar: Week of March 5, 2010

By Staff

FRIDAY, MARCH 5 Imagine, Beatles tribute band, Mesa Theater and Club, 538 Main St., doors open 8 p.m., $12, all ages, 241-1717. Goodman Band, Fast Eddy’s, 1224 N. 25th St., 9 p.m., 241-7008. The Jay Ketchem Band, Whiskey River, 490 28 ...


Art on the Corner: ‘Taos Patriarch’

By Staff

SCULPTURE: “Taos Patriarch” is in front of Summit Mountain Canyoneering, on the south side of the 400 block of Main Street. ARTIST: Huberto Maestas of San Luis. DESCRIPTION: The bronze sculpture captures a detailed face ...

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