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I’m optimistic about 2011, despite Downtown Uplift at the door

By Rock Cesario

Here we are, on the last day in this interesting year of 2010. I hope you will join me in looking forward to the new year with optimism. At first, that was definitely a personal challenge with the reconstruction of three blocks of downtown ...


Bluegrass festival lineup includes up and comers mixed with seasoned pros

By Ann Wright

As snow finally drifts into the Grand Valley, thoughts turn to ... the bluegrass days of summer. Well, if they aren’t, they will because here is an exclusive, early look at the lineup for the 2011 Palisade Bluegrass and Roots Music ...

Steamboat woman to head state health care dept.

By The Daily Sentinel

Gov.-elect John Hickenlooper announced today Sue Birch will be Executive Director of the Department of Health Care Policy and Financing. Birch is now the Chief Executive Officer of the Northwest Colorado Visiting Nurse Association in Steamboat ...

Fines against new elections chief’s client reduced

By The AP

DENVER — Colorado’s incoming secretary of state has seen nearly half a million in campaign finance fines against one of his legal clients waived by the current secretary of state. The Denver Post reports that Republican Scott ...

Dillon Reservoir still not frozen

By The AP

DILLON — Snow has been abundant so far this season in Summit county — but the Dillon Reservoir is still not frozen, running a few days behind schedule. Dillon Marina officials say the reservoir could freeze over completely as soon ...

Dog owners at 2 Colo. parks looking at new fees

By The AP

AURORA — Get the pups out in the snow Friday to enjoy the last free day for off-leash dogs at two popular state parks. Chatfield and Cherry Creek state parks will start charging extra fees for free-roaming dogs on Saturday. The passes, ...

Monument fireworks a go tonight

By The Daily Sentinel

The centennial fireworks at Colorado National Monument will go on tonight as scheduled, according to the monument’s superintendent, but viewers should dress extra warmly for the cold temperatures. Superintendent Joan Anzelmo said the ...

Fire killing three dogs at OM home blamed on misplaced basket

By Paul Shockley

A basket left too close to a wood-burning stove at an Orchard Mesa home is to blame for a fire Thursday night that killed three dogs at the home, according to the Grand Junction Fire Department. Grand Junction Fire Battalion Chief Duncan ...

Baby sitter, 31, held in death of Montrose infant

By Paul Shockley

A 31-year-old woman was jailed Wednesday in connection with the October death of a Montrose infant. Maria Espinosa Zavala, of Montrose, was arrested on suspicion of manslaughter at the conclusion of an interview Wednesday at the Montrose ...

Stick to the main drags today, GJ road crews advise drivers

By Amy Hamilton

Trying to get around Grand Junction today? Might want to take the roads most traveled. According to the city’s snow-removal plan, plows first remove snow from the city’s most heavily used streets, such as Patterson Road, North ...

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