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Water course slated to begin on Feb. 9

By Staff

Spots remain available for the 2012 edition of the Water Course at Colorado Mesa University. The course will be on three Thursdays in February. Classes will meet Feb. 9, 16 and 23. Each class will meet from 6 to 9 p.m., and all classes will ...


Tipton wants hearing on water storage

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Water storage in the West needs to be made less difficult, U.S. Rep. Scott Tipton, R-Colo., said Tuesday in asking for a Congressional hearing about issues surrounding water storage in the West. Tipton, who lives in Cortez in the ...


Bill to repair campaign filing requirements

By Charles Ashby

Candidates running in this year’s June primary won’t have to file their campaign finance reports every two weeks until after May 1 under a bill that won preliminary approval in the Colorado Senate on Tuesday. Senate Bill 14 is ...


Seized Montrose stores reopening

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The owner of a series of convenience stores and a liquor store in Montrose has begun reopening those businesses after the state of Colorado seized them for nonpayment of nearly $50,000 in sales taxes. The Department of Revenue on Monday ...


D51 gets energy award

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Xcel Energy presented School District 51 with a large novelty check for $661,807 at Tuesday night’s School Board meeting. The energy company reimbursed the district six figures for saving energy in 2011 through various efficiency ...


Police blotter, Jan. 25, 2012

By Staff

Tips sought on burglary Police are looking for information about a burglary that occurred Sunday in the 2600 block of Applewood Place. The homeowners were not around during the incident, but a person who was watching the home told police ...


SOPA /PIPA didn’t pass, but neither are they dead

By Bill Grant

PIPA and SOPA are acronyms for the Senate’s Protect Intellectural Property Act and its House companion bill, the Stop Online Piracy Act. According to opponents, this legislation, which was introduced in both Houses of Congress with wide ...


Romney’s taxes

By The Daily Sentinel

Mitt Romney is a wealthy man who paid a lot of taxes last year, but because most of his income came through capital gains, he paid at a lower rate than many other Americans. That sets up a contrast between Romney, if he becomes the GOP ...


Lamborn’s lament

By The Daily Sentinel

There is no constitutional requirement that Republican Colorado Congressman Doug Lamborn had to attend President Barack Obama’s State of the Union address Tuesday night. In fact, there isn’t even a requirement that the president ...


Health briefs: Jan. 24, 2012

By Staff

Register early for health fair screenings Early blood-draw appointments through the Grand Valley Health Fair will take place during a five-day period in mid-February. To sign up for an appointment to have blood drawn for low-cost ...


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