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How to learn is not how to teach

By Gary McCallister

Every year I try to learn something new. One year I learned a programming language on the computer. Another year I worked on robotics. I took guitar lessons for several years and then switched to mandolin. A couple of years ago, I started ...

For the Record, Jan. 15, 2011

By Staff

BIRTHS St. Mary’s Hospital Marco Silva and Cristina Martinez, Grand Junction, a son, Dec. 18. Benjamin and Tiffany Johnson, Fruita, a daughter, Dec. 27. Bryan McDonald and Elizabeth Nona, Grand Junction, a son, Dec. 27. Clayton and ...

Medical pot rules back before Colo. lawmakers

By The AP

DENVER — Medical marijuana laws in Colorado are more extensive than in any other state — and state lawmakers aren’t done yet. The Colorado Legislature will again consider medical marijuana rules, a year after scripting the ...

Squaw Valley USA plans $50 million upgrade

By The AP

RENO, Nev. — The Lake Tahoe-area ski resort that hosted the 1960 Winter Olympics is planning a $50 million upgrade. Squaw Valley USA is taking proposals to improve its mountain from Vancouver, Canada-based Ecosign Mountain Planners, ...

CSU-Pueblo trimming budget; enrollment cited

By The AP

PUEBLO — The university that Colorado Lt. Gov. Joe Garcia headed before his election must trim its budget because the student body makeup didn’t match projections. The Pueblo Chieftain reported today that Colorado State ...

Wolf killed in Wyoming; cause under investigation

By The AP

CASPER, Wyo.  — Federal wildlife officers are investigating the death of a wolf in central Wyoming, but they say they don’t know the cause of death. The wolf was found about 45 miles southwest of Casper, the Casper ...

Final day of voting in S.Sudan’s independence test

By The AP

JUBA, Sudan — Voters in Southern Sudan began celebrating after the end of a weeklong independence referendum Saturday, a poll that is widely expected to lead to the creation of the world’s newest country. Officials and observers ...

Colorado school district considers dropping buses

By The AP

FALCON — A midsize Colorado school district is looking for ways to cut the cost of its school bus operation, including the possibility of eliminating the service altogether. The Gazette of Colorado Springs reports that the Falcon School ...

Suspect jailed in Delta toddler’s death

By William Woody

DELTA — Two-year-old Jesse Dorsch of Delta died in November from traumatic injuries that one forensic examiner called a “classic case of child abuse,” and the boyfriend of the child’s mother was arrested this week on ...

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All the campus bells are ringing

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The sound of construction has become the anthem most associated with Mesa State College in recent years. But Mesa State Music Professor and Faculty Trustee Monte Atkinson hopes the college soon will become better known for the sound of bells ...

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