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Printed letters, Nov. 8, 2011

By Staff

Students did great job with production I recently had the opportunity to help build a set for the Grand Junction High School production of “Arsenic and Old Lace.” I have been involved in theatre and dance for many years, and this ...


1,700 pigs die in fire at large Utah hog farm

By The AP

MILFORD, Utah — Investigators say a malfunctioning electrical motor on a feeding system sparked a fire that killed about 1,700 pigs at a large hog farm in southeastern Utah. Officials with Circle Four Farms spent the weekend disposing ...


BLM approves Christo project; still needs local OK

By The AP

DENVER — The Bureau of Land Management has issued its final decision approving Christo’s art proposal to suspend 5.9 miles worth of fabric over the Arkansas River, with provisions for protecting bighorn sheep and other ...


Email letters, Nov. 7, 2011

By Staff

Balance is needed between industry and conservation Our county has been hard hit by the recession. What this county has is a growing gas industry that likes to be known as jobs. This county felt the jobs promise in the early 1980s. Jobs, in ...


Fast-moving storm moving in

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A quick-moving winter storm crossing Utah and Colorado today is expected to drop five to 10 inches of new snow over the high country, particularly the San Juan Mountains, the National Weather Service said in a winter-weather ...


Teen deaths in auto accident under investigation

By The AP

WHEAT RIDGE — Wheat Ridge police are investigating an auto accident that left two high school students dead and two others in critical condition. Wheat Ridge police spokeswoman Lisa Spinder says investigators have not determined if ...


Routt County protests post office closing

By The AP

STEAMBOAT SPRINGS — Routt County commissioners aren’t going away quietly after a postal service commission announced plans to close the Phippsburg Post Office. According to Steamboat Today (http://bit.ly/uF3I6w), commissioners ...


Storm warnings out for Colorado

By The AP

DENVER — The National Weather Service says a winter storm is moving into Colorado from the southwest and will spread to the Eastern Plains. Forecasters say light snow will begin falling across northern Colorado on Monday and bring heavy ...


Colorado should move forward with new wilderness designations

By Guest Columnist

By Timothy Wirth President Barack Obama proclaimed September “National Wilderness Month.” His action could not be more appropriate and timely for Colorado. While our state contains many magnificent wilderness areas, a significant ...


Internet is a great tool for gathering information, and nonsense

By Denny Herzog

I love the Internet. It’s an essential part of my day. Every day. I can’t remember what life was like without Google. It makes life more efficient. It makes us smarter faster. At least most of the time. Sometimes, though, it ...


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