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Woman gets light sentence in cocaine case

By The AP

DENVER — A woman accused of trafficking thousands of pounds of cocaine into Colorado has been set free after she was sentenced to time served for helping prosecutors. Veronica Garcia testified against fellow gang members in four murder ...


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Another valley nonprofit needs new home

By Amy Hamilton

A smiling, framed photo of the late Rev. John Gill Kiernan looks over the office space at Grand Valley Peace & Justice, a room in the former nunnery on the campus of St. Joseph’s Catholic Church. Having the photo of Father Kiernan ...


High court considers nuclear site drilling

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Residents who live near the 1969 underground atomic blast intended to increase the recovery of natural gas near Rulison told the Colorado Supreme Court on Wednesday they should have been heard when drilling was proposed decades later. The ...


Lawmakers tap Foster for fresh ideas

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Regulations, enrollment and budget cuts were the focus of an hourlong congressional hearing Colorado Mesa University President Tim Foster attended Wednesday morning in Washington, D.C. Foster and three other higher education leaders were ...


Mineral lease funds should go to counties, Tipton argues

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U.S. Rep. Scott Tipton, R-Colo., is asking Interior Secretary Ken Salazar, a former Colorado senator, to reconsider reducing payments to some Colorado counties. The Interior Department in 2010 began reducing the amount of money it pays ...


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Food bank prepares move

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Community Food Bank will be closed Dec. 17 through Dec. 26 while the nonprofit organization moves from 486 Morning Glory Lane to the new Mesa County Central Services Building at 200 S. Spruce St. Food Bank Board President Tom Eatwell said he ...


Public trustees group targeted in filing over trip

By Charles Ashby

Mesa County Public Trustee Paul Brown and 31 other trustees in the state improperly stayed at a Black Hawk casino hotel this summer that was paid for by a Denver law firm and a software company that often do business with them, according to a ...


Police blotter, Dec. 1, 2011

By Staff

Man faces multiple counts William Max Trader, 71, 1949 N. 21st St., was arrested Sunday evening on suspicion of stealing items valued at less than $500, violating a restraining order, driving a vehicle without license plates, parking on a ...


Getting It Right, Dec. 1, 2011

By Staff

A story on Page One Wednesday incorrectly listed Ann Genereaux as the owner of Taco John’s, 1122 N. 12th St. The most recent records from the Colorado Secretary of State’s Office and elsewhere listed Genereaux as the owner, but ...


Briefs, Dec. 1, 2011

By Staff

Redlands Lions to host chili supper The Redlands Lions Club will host its annual chili supper from 5 to 8 p.m. Friday, at the Redlands Middle School, 2200 Broadway. The all-you-can-eat chili or potato soup can be seasoned to taste by adding ...


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