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Panel tours places that could have funding cut next year

By Charles Ashby

Prisons, crime labs, state parks, universities and human service programs are all potential programs that could see state budget cuts next year. Perhaps not so coincidentally, the Legislature’s Joint Budget Committee spent Thursday and ...

Flu shots sessions start on Tuesday

By Staff

Influenza vaccinations through the Mesa County Health Department will be available starting Tuesday, ahead of the 2011–12 flu season. Flu shots cost $20. The nasal mist version vaccine is $25. People with insurance should bring their ...

Progress made in coordinated health care, doctor tells crowd

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Primary-care physicians are now becoming attuned to new realities of providing coordinated care for patients, but specialists aren’t far behind, according to a leader of the effort to improve health care and reduce costs. It’s not ...

Family of woman killed in Sept. 11 holds fundraiser

By William Woody

MONTROSE — Family members say Kathleen “Kit” Faragher’s motto was “live, love and laugh,” a sentiment not shared by the terrorists who took her life 10 years ago. But that motto is what friends and family ...

Police blotter, Sept. 10, 2011

By Staff

Firefighter reports bite A firefighter with the Clifton Fire Protection District was just doing his job transporting a patient to St. Mary’s Hospital on Wednesday when the patient bit him in the stomach, according to the Grand Junction ...

Club 20 takes no position on Prop. 103

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Western Slope advocacy organization Club 20 opted to take no position on a proposal to boost sales taxes to increase spending on education. The organization’s board struggled Friday with whether to support Proposition 103, which state ...

Foreign films can’t compete with the NFL

By Penny Stine

It’s been more than a month with no home phone and no channels on our TV set, and I’m starting to rethink this proposition. No, I’m not ready to go back to cable, and I don’t want the monthly payment for satellite TV, ...

Cantaloupe likely source of listeria outbreak

By The AP

DENVER — Colorado’s state health department has identified cantaloupe as the likely source of a multi-state listeria outbreak that has sickened at least nine people in the state. Two people have died after being infected with ...

BLM to write new environmental review rules for drilling

By The AP

DENVER — The Bureau of Land Management plans to write new guidelines for using a provision that allows for speedier environmental reviews of oil and gas development on public land following a judge’s order to stop using its ...


A chat with Jonathan Tyler

By Staff

By MELINDA MAWDSLEY After releasing its first major label album in April 2010, Jonathan Tyler & The Northern Lights is a rock band on its way to becoming a nationally known name. One of the “Pardon Me” album’s tracks, ...

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