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Salazar takes job as state’s new ag leader

By Charles Ashby

Former U.S. Rep. John Salazar will take the job as agriculture commissioner when Gov.-elect John Hickenlooper takes office next week. At the same time, Mike King, the Montrose native who took over as head of the Colorado Department of Natural ...

Blotter, Jan. 6, 2011

By Staff

Foul play not suspected Authorities continue to investigate the cause of a fire that killed a 69-year-old man near Carbondale on Monday night. “At this point in the investigation we still see no reason to suspect foul play,” ...

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Hitting the Jackpot: GJ’s Reed ready to wrestle at Jackpot Duals

By {screen_name}

Dylan Reed doesn’t plan to miss the Jackpot Duals this time. The Grand Junction High School senior hopes to win the 215-pound weight class in the valley-wide tournament, which begins at 5:30 this evening at Palisade High School. Reed, ...

Tryouts for new girls competitive hoops team are Saturday

By Patrick Bahr

Shaun Bryant is looking to fill a need. Bryant is the president of the new competitive girls basketball club, the Western Slope Chaos, which is having tryouts for girls grades 5-8 at 10 a.m. on Saturday at Central High School. “We are ...

Death Notices, Jan. 6, 2011

By Staff

Arlene Gillispie, 74, Fruita, died Jan. 3, 2011, at St. Mary’s Hospital. A memorial service will be at 4 p.m. today at Callahan-Edfast Mortuary. She was a homemaker. Survivors include her son, Mike Smith of Grove, Okla.; three ...

Antero postpones Silt-area well requests

By Dennis Webb

Antero Resources has postponed requests for increased natural gas well densities near Silt so it can further discuss its plans with Garfield County and concerned local residents. The company said in a letter to county commissioners that its ...

Over the Top, Bob resigns

By Bob Silbernagel

“If I can’t win, I quit!”  ...

Bail bonds advocates fined

By The AP

DENVER — A political group that pushed unsuccessfully to require bail bonds in more criminal cases in Colorado has been fined for campaign finance violations. Safe Streets Colorado was fined $12,200 for improper reporting before raising ...

E-mail letters, January 5, 2011

By Staff

Earmarks will lead us to financial ruin Hardly a day goes by but what some politician or pundit doesn’t try to defend earmarks. I am opposed to earmarks partly due to the corruptness surrounding them, but mainly due to the ...

Uranium mill takes first regulatory step

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A state agency today issued a license that will allow a Canadian company to move toward construction on a 500-ton-per-day uranium mill in Montrose County. Energy Fuels Resources Corp. is planning to construct the first new conventional ...

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