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Supreme court approves new district maps

By Charles Ashby

The Colorado Supreme Court approved new maps for the Colorado Legislature today, some of which dramatically change current House and Senate districts. Under the new maps, Grand Junction becomes its own House district while the rest of the ...


Ski resorts slash applications for foreign workers

By The AP

ASPEN — The Aspen Skiing Co. is slashing applications for foreign workers at resorts because of the recession. Ski company vice president Jim Laing says the company went from 400 foreign worker applications before the recession to just ...


State regulators near deliberations on new fracking rules

By The AP

DENVER — Colorado regulators are close to deliberating on proposed new regulations for hydraulic fracturing. The Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission is scheduled to meet Tuesday to vote on whether to require natural gas ...


Jefferson sheriff apologizes for mistakes in old murder case

By The AP

DENVER — The Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office has apologized to a family for mistakes made during the investigation of a 23-year-old man killed in 1977 in an apparent drug deal gone bad. The sheriff’s office says both ...


Newly drawn legislative maps displace current pols, counties

By Charles Ashby

If the Colorado Supreme Court approves the new legislative maps now before it, four Western Slope members of the Colorado House would no longer live in the districts they represent. At the same time, two other districts on this side of the ...


Deputies see owner dumped as truck stolen; suspect arrested

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One person was arrested early Sunday morning after Mesa County sheriff’s deputies saw a man fall from the passenger side of his own truck as it was being stolen. Deputies were called to the 400 block of Wood Duck Drive shortly before ...


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City of Grand Junction takes process for developers online

By Amy Hamilton

It’s a common complaint among developers: The city’s planning process causes projects to move at a snail’s pace. Any new development inside city limits requires developers to pass through a host of review hurdles from a ...


CDOT chief backs plan for I-70 to ease Idaho Springs bottleneck

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Driving east into Denver on Interstate 70 could become easier if a plan supported by Colorado Department of Transportation head Don Hunt moves forward. Adding an eastbound lane from the twin tunnels near Idaho Springs to the bottom of Floyd ...


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Student uses tip money to help family at Christmas

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Every tip Kalinda Theobold collected for 10 months at her job at Chipotle got her a few bucks closer to her goal of providing a merry Christmas for a local family. The 20-year-old Colorado Mesa University student decided earlier this year to ...


Blotter, Dec. 12, 2011

By Staff

Damage at residence hall Someone damaged property at a Colorado Mesa University residence hall, Tolman Hall, at 1140 Texas Ave. Property with a total value of more than $1,000 was damaged in various parts of the residence hall, according to ...


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