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Law punishing fake heroes may go to Supreme Court

By The AP

DENVER — The Justice Department is battling to save a federal law that makes it illegal to lie about being a war hero, appealing two court rulings that the statute is an unconstitutional muzzle on free speech. The fight could be carried ...


Colo. authorities search area near Vail for hiker

By The AP

VAIL — Colorado authorities are searching for a Chicago hiker who hasn’t been heard from for a week. The Eagle County Sheriff’s Office says the search for James Nelson resumed today. The 31-year-old set out on a five-day ...


Bennet meets Buck in another debate

By The AP

DENVER — Colorado’s Senate race shifts into high gear this week with the candidates planning several debates, starting this evening in Denver. Democratic Sen. Michael Bennet faces off with Republican Ken Buck at the University of ...


Lincoln Park Ladies’ Golf Association League Results October 11, 2010

By Staff

Lincoln Park Ladies' Golf Association - October 11, 2010 Five Plus Four - 9 Hole Winners 1st and 2ndFlight 1st Dixie Ficklin 1st and ...


E-mail letters, Oct. 11, 2010

By Staff

Tancredo unwilling to answer questions On Oct. 9 in Grand Junction and again on Oct. 10 in Glenwood Springs, Tom Tancredo arrived just before his scheduled speaking time and tried to slip off after answering only one or two questions. He ...


International airport terminal weighed in Eagle

By The AP

EAGLE — Colorado officials are studying the possibility of adding an international terminal at the Eagle County Regional Airport in Gypsum. The Vail Daily reported Sunday that county officials are waiting on a report due out before the ...


Pledge recital in Spanish a concern for parents

By Dennis Webb

Parents have voiced concerns to the Garfield Re-2 school board over the recent recitation of the Pledge of Allegiance in Spanish in a middle school, and about a Latino-themed high school club. Rifle resident Tina Holtz said she became ...


Team of scientists finds hints of fabled cavern on Grand Mesa

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A cave could be tucked beneath the basalt cap of Grand Mesa, or so it would seem from photographs taken with a camera lowed ingeniously from the top. That’s the finding of the Western Investigations Team, which set out a year ago to ...


Police violated policy 8 times in 6 months

By Paul Shockley

Over six months, internal investigations at the Grand Junction Police Department confirmed policy violations in eight cases, according to records released by the department last week. All of the cases resulted in discipline or ...


Pastor blesses the beasts

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There’s more than one reason the phrase doesn’t go “quiet as a church dog.” Dozens of dogs, well outnumbering a couple of cats wisely tucked into carriers, sniffed, barked and tugged on their leashes while gathered for ...


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