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Vision for growth continues

By Penny Stine

The recession led to many changes in various local planning departments, which will ultimately make life easier for builders, developers and residents. “The time to do long-range planning is when you can think about ramifications and ...


Realtor news

By Staff

Christi Reece and Shelby Kendall, Broker Associates with Bray Real Estate have completed a highly specialized course in the new skills involved in obtaining and servicing real estate listings, conducted by the Council of Residential ...


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Iconic music industry award made in muted style in Ridgway

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

Although Hollywood discovered Ridgway in the 1970s when the original “True Grit” and other western movies used the Old West feel of the community to their advantage, the one-stoplight town still feels far from the glitz and glamor ...


Real Estate transactions

By Staff

ADDRESS SOLD PRICE DAYS ON TYPE SF   MARKET CLIFTON 528 Arrowleaf Drive $104,500 59 Single Family 1456 511 1/2 Arrowleaf Drive $86,000 168 Single Family 1568 524 Autumn Breeze Drive $92,000 147 Single ...


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Around Town Sounds: Desert Flyer Band

By Kristin Hall

Just the good ol’ boys. That’s perhaps the best way to describe the Desert Flyer Band — Greg Achord, lead vocals and guitar; Bob Sours, guitar and vocals; Waylon Jordan, bass; and Chris Valdez, percussion. They all have one ...


Calendar: Week of June 24, 2011

By Staff

FRIDAY, JUNE 24 Movies Under the Stars, “How to Train Your Dragon,” rated PG, concessions open 5:30 p.m., grill opens 6 p.m., live entertainment by Highland Rogues, 7-8 p.m., movie at dusk, Glade Park Volunteer Fire Department, ...


Cattle disease hitting herds, state vet says

By Charles Ashby

Veterinarians for the Colorado Department of Agriculture issued a warning to ranchers Thursday, calling on them to test their cattle for a deadly infection that could devastate herds. State Veterinarian Keith Roehr said 10 cases of bovine ...


District 51 names five new principals

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Five School District 51 schools will have new principals when classes begin Aug. 24. The district confirmed this week that Brig Leane will leave his post as assistant principal at Mount Garfield Middle School to become the principal of Fruita ...


Death Notices, June 24, 2011

By Staff

Georga Eileen Courvisier, 89, of Mesa, Ariz., died June 18, 2011, in Mesa. Services will be at 11 a.m. Sunday at Olathe Cemetery. Survivors include two daughters, Kathleen Kile and Shirley Hereaux; one brother, Ben Ramsey; three ...


Hamstrung fire agency eyes contract with Junction

By Paul Shockley

It was just before noon on a Friday when the call blared. A 65-year-old Whitewater woman was in need of medical attention, having an asthma attack. Racing to the scene with lights and sirens running, the responding ambulance did not come from ...


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