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Hickenlooper’s pump fake won’t fool many voters

By Staff

It must have been a busy couple of weeks for the computers at the Denver mayor’s office. First, there was all that time Photoshopping Gov. Bill Ritter out of any pictures with Mayor John Hickenlooper. This week, they are probably just ...


Incremental reform needed on health care

By Staff

Like blind men analyzing an elephant, a lot of people on both sides of the political spectrum seem to have discovered their own particular messages in Scott Brown’s surprise victory in the Massachusetts Senate race Tuesday. For ...


Notables: Upcoming events, meetings

By Dave Buchanan

January Aspinall Unit Operations meeting: The Bureau of Reclamation will host the January Aspinall Operations meeting at 1 p.m. Thursday at the Holiday Inn Express, 1391 Townsend, in Montrose. The meeting agenda includes recent operations, ...


Judge lets Sheen visit ill wife at L.A. hospital

By Dennis Webb

A judge handling an Aspen domestic violence case involving actor Charlie Sheen has modified a no-contact restraining order so he can visit his wife in a California hospital. Brooke Sheen is in intensive care with an infection and a high fever ...


Disney hiring in Moab for sci-fi movie

By Melinda Mawdsley

The apparent space-like qualities of the topography near Moab, Utah, are about to pay dividends for area movie buffs and the Moab economy. Beginning in April, Disney Studios will film the science-fiction fantasy movie “A Princess of ...


E-mail letters, Jan. 20, 2010

By Staff

Candidates need more than a killer smile Recently, I had the pleasure of listening to a very bright young man named Ali Hasan. He is a Republican candidate running to become our next state treasurer. Mr. Hasan seemed to be a vibrant young ...


Printed letters, Jan. 21, 2010

By Staff

Science and religion are not disconnected Recent letter writers stress the importance of teaching evolution and decry the possibility of “old myths” undermining scientific research. Evolution is proclaimed as scientific fact and ...


Medical marijuana group believes Colorado could lead plant research

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Colorado could lead the way in developing a variety of strains of marijuana and tapping into its medicinal benefits through reasonable regulations of the proliferating industry, the head of a coalition of medical marijuana supporters ...


Death Notices, Jan. 21, 2010

By Staff

Ramon E. Sandoval, 20, Grand Junction, died Jan. 16, 2010. Visitation will be from 1 to 6 p.m. Saturday at Callahan-Edfast Mortuary. Services will be at noon Monday at Orchard Mesa Cemetery. Mr. Sandoval was a painter. Survivors include one ...


Bill would give tax break to the poor

By Charles Ashby

DENVER — Low-income Coloradans would be first to get a state tax break when there are surplus revenues to hand out under a bill approved in a House committee Wednesday. Though lawmakers agreed there isn’t likely to be a revenue ...


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