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Salazar defends pulling oil-lease parcels in Utah

By The AP

SALT LAKE CITY — Interior Secretary Ken Salazar is defending his decision to scrap an oil-lease sale in Utah even though an internal investigation found nothing improper about an auction held in the final days of the Bush ...


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Man held in alleged rape, beating

By Paul Shockley

A Grand Junction man with a lengthy criminal past is accused of repeatedly choking, punching and sexually assaulting a woman early Saturday at her apartment as the woman’s children slept nearby, according to an arrest ...


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Great American Backyard Campout this weekend

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

The summer of 2010 is nearly halfway over and many families still haven’t found time to camp with their kids. Perhaps they’ve been too busy or just don’t own the proper equipment for a night under the stars. The city of ...


Chipeta Golf Course Ladies’ League Results July 13, 2010

By Staff

Chipeta Ladies' League - July 13, 2010 Single Low Gross / Low Net 1st Gross Donna Morton   2nd Gross Alex Reeves   1st ...


Chipeta Golf Course Men’s League Results July 13, 2010

By Staff

Chipeta Men's League - July 13, 2010 4 Person Scramble - Back 9 1st Gross Gene M., Bob M. Eric S., Shane P.   4 Person Scramble - Front ...


Audit: Overhaul funding for Colo. jobless benefits

By The AP

DENVER — State auditors say Colorado needs to overhaul the way it funds unemployment benefits if it wants to avoid repeated shortfalls. Lawmakers held a hearing on the audit Monday. The Colorado Unemployment Insurance Trust has ...


EPA public meeting in Denver focuses on fracking

By The AP

DENVER — The Environmental Protection Agency is holding the second of four public meetings as it prepares to study potential effects of hydraulic fracturing, or fracking. The meeting tonight in Denver is to gather public comments on an ...


Aspen jail escapee recaptured

By The AP

ASPEN — Pitkin County deputies have recaptured a man who ran from the courthouse in Aspen after he was sentenced to three years in prison for stealing copper wiring. Sheriff Bob Braudis says it was the first escape from the courthouse ...


Wildfire leads to forest closures for safety reasons

By Dennis Webb

The U.S. Forest Service has closed portions of the Main Elk drainage north of New Castle to the public for safety reasons because of the Meadow Creek Fire. “We are very concerned about public safety in the area near the fire,” ...


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Life term possible for assaults on boy

By Paul Shockley

A plea agreement formalized Monday allows for a maximum term of 48 years to life in prison for a woman who repeatedly raped a teenage boy. Cassandra Bell Lyle, 39, of Grand Junction, pleaded guilty as part of a deal that leaves a possible ...


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