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Homegrown: Russian olive trees

By Dennis Hill

We have a huge Russian olive tree in our backyard. No one has ever said specifically to us that we need to get rid of it, but I have heard people talking about them being a noxious plant or something. Are we supposed to take it out? It does ...


SustainAbility: Clean Energy Collective

By Adele Israel

I first heard about the Clean Energy Collective last month at the 2010 Alliance for Sustainable Colorado Regional Sustainability Roundtable in Rifle. It sounded intriguing, so I did a little research. The collective provides a way to ...


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Foundation funds dream trip for family dealing with life-threatening illness

By Melinda Mawdsley

Faced with the decision of where to go on an all-expenses-paid vacation, Grand Junction teenagers Antonio and Joanne Rizzuto picked a place that may surprise some. They wanted to go to New Orleans with their parents. But not to eat jambalaya ...


Lincoln Park Ladies’ Golf Association League Results June 28, 2010

By Staff

Lincoln Park Ladies' Golf Association - June 28, 2010 Lowest Putts - 18 Hole Winners 1st Flight 1st Lyn Liljenberg 2nd Flight 1st Romaine ...


Fruita Monument hires boys soccer coach

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Fruita Monument hired Dan McKee as the new boys soccer coach. This will be McKee’s second stint with the Wildcats after stepping down three seasons ago. McKee’s taking over a Fruita Monument program that finished 2-11-1 overall ...


Rocky Mountain National Park open despite wildfire

By The AP

DENVER — A 1,500-acre wildfire is still burning in a heavily wooded part of Rocky Mountain National Park but hasn’t expanded its boundaries much. The park remains open Monday and most of its trails are open. The fire was spotted ...


Plane makes safe emergency landing in Rapid City

By The AP

RAPID CITY, S.D. — No one was injured when a United Express flight to Denver returned to Rapid City after an electrical odor filled the cockpit. The plane carrying 50 passengers and three crew members made a safe landing about 2:30 p.m. ...


Rocky Mountain National Park open despite wildfire

By Duffy Hayes

DENVER — A 1,500-acre wildfire is still burning in a heavily wooded part of Rocky Mountain National Park but hasn’t expanded its boundaries much. The park remains open today and most of its trails are open. The fire was spotted ...


Bin Laden hunter: I wanted to haul him to US alive

By The AP

NEW YORK — A Colorado man on a mission to hunt down Osama bin Laden says he wanted to capture him alive and bring him to justice. Gary Faulkner said today on CBS’ “Early Show” that he got help and inspiration from ...


Man’s gun ensnared in Birgfeld probe

By Paul Shockley

Nearly three years ago, Rangely resident Curtis Kinney paid $350 cash for a .357 Smith & Wesson he bought from a co-worker. What he didn’t know in July 2007 was that he’d be waiting, three years later, to use it. The gun ...


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