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E-mail letters, Sept. 30, 2010

By Staff

History shows Americans have been willing to pay A tidbit on the History Channel told how President Washington signed the first federal tax to pay for the Revolutionary War.  The tax on liquor sparked the Whiskey Rebellion and Washington ...


Campaign finance complaint filed against Buescher

By The AP

DENVER — A Republican activist filed a complaint against Secretary of State Bernie Buescher, claiming the Democrat broke the law by using state workers to coordinate his campaign for re-election. The complaint, received by the secretary ...


Marijuana tracking on the way in Colo.

By The AP

DENVER — Colorado wants to set up a first-in-the-nation tracking system of medical marijuana purchases to deter people from buying vast amounts of pot and selling it on the black market. Patients and marijuana advocates fear they will ...


Adobe Creek Sr. Men’s League Golf Results September 29, 2010

By Staff

Adobe Creek Senior Men's League - September 29, 2010 First Flight 1st Bob Fenner   2nd Neal Hays   3rd Mike ...


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CDOT: No rock removal plans after I-70 rockslide

By Paul Shockley

The Colorado Department of Transportation said there were no immediate plans for rockfall mitigation work after a slide which closed eastbound Interstate 70 near Palisade several hours this morning and injured three people. “We’ve ...


Blaze a new trail by volunteering

By Dave Buchanan

Take a little, give a little. These are words volunteers live by and this week the Outside Connection features more of that stuff you learned in school. You know, sharing. Volunteers for Outdoors Colorado are seeking volunteers to help ...


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Lake Fork of the Gunnison River hit by August storm’s powerful reach

By Dave Buchanan

Matt Julfeth wasn’t having much luck Sunday fishing the Lake Fork of the Gunnison River. Maybe his fortune was affected by the bright mid-day sun blazing in a cobalt-blue sky or maybe it was the unseasonably warm temperatures. Or maybe ...


Rural areas present weather reporting hurdle

By Dave Buchanan

While it’s probably never easy being a meteorologist, it might be doubly difficult in western Colorado. With a wide-ranging audience fully expecting every forecast to be spot-on, forgetting that Mother Nature and not satellite imagery ...


New shared premise law aids start-up winemakers

By Dave Buchanan

Among the busy tents during this year’s Colorado Mountain Winefest (and at times it seemed every tent was busy) was the tent shared by Theresa High’s Colterris Wines and Tyrel Lawson’s Kahil Winery. Lawson shared more than ...


Poo-Bear, when did you become the establishment?

By Steve Beauregard

It’s important that you go to the dentist often so that you maintain good oral health and so that your dentist can make the lease payment on his Mercedes S550. Regular dental checkups are extremely vital, which is why I make it a point ...


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