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E-mail letters, Feb. 3, 2010

By Staff

What about dental care reform? Like other veterans who served in peace time, I find that I’m not eligible for dental care through the VA, even though they have an excellent dental clinic at the hospital. Nor are we able to get dental ...


Printed letters, Feb. 4, 2010

By Staff

Voters are being jolted out of voting for Dems There’s no doubt now that Scott Brown’s win in Massachusetts last month turned politics on its ear and made the conservatives giddy. But, Brown is not conservative, just not a ...


Trolley plan highlights latest legislative lunacy

By Rick Wagner

Clang, clang, clang!, went the trolley. Ding, ding, ding!, went the taxes. All right, I changed the lyrics. But when you get an opportunity to highlight how out of touch politicians and their spending have become with a project that recalls ...


Rainy-day bill advances

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A proposed rainy-day fund for Colorado took a step forward Tuesday with approval from the House Finance Committee. The 8-3 vote moves the measure by state Rep. Steve King, R-Grand Junction, to the House Military and Veterans Affairs ...


Two groups challenge water-rights applications

By Staff

Two Utah environmental organizations are challenging water-rights applications for a proposed uranium mill in Colorado. Red Rock Forests and Living Rivers filed statements of opposition in Montrose County Water Court to applications by Energy ...


Williams paying $4.5M following GarCo tax audit

By Dennis Webb

Williams Production RMT is paying about $4.5 million to resolve a Garfield County audit of its oil and gas production over four years. The payment helps county Assessor John Gorman make good on a campaign promise to go after energy companies ...


Garfield County: Drilling requirement legal

By Dennis Webb

Garfield County is defending the legality of its requirement that an energy company remove drilling cuttings from natural gas operations within the Battlement Mesa housing development. County commissioners this week approved a letter ...


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Archery club welcomes families, new members

By Dave Buchanan

One of western Colorado’s oldest archery clubs was born from an argument. During a recent snowy day, several members of the Grand Mesa Bowmen could be found building targets for the new archery range at Gene Taylor’s Sporting ...


Repeat after me: ‘It’s not real; it’s just a movie’

By Steve Beauregard

I think we’re running out of things to be depressed about. I say this because of a new mental health condition that psychologists are blaming on the blockbuster movie “Avatar.” The illness is called Post-Avatar Depression ...


Beef a super choice for this Sunday

By Dixie Burmeister

The Big Game is this weekend. What are you serving? If you’re going to a party, what are you taking? It’s National Beef Month, perfect timing for some great beef dishes for this Sunday, and they’re easy to do. The leaner ...


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