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CO Senate gives final OK to immigrant tuition bill

By The AP

DENVER — A bill to grant in-state tuition status to illegal immigrants who graduate from Colorado schools has won final approval in the state Senate. All 20 Senate Democrats voted in favor of the bill today and all 15 Republicans voted ...


EPA threatens Utah with air quality sanctions

By The AP

SALT LAKE CITY — The Environmental Protection Agency is threatening to block federal road money if Utah refuses to remove an exemption allowing excessive pollution from oil refineries and other sources. The EPA says in its ruling today ...


Chipeta Ladies League April 18, 2011

By Staff

Chipeta Ladies' League - April 18, 2011 Low Gross / Low Net 1st Gross Connie Olson 36 2nd Gross Christine Davidson 37 1st Net Diane ...


041811 ben mojo

Local woman to establish nonprofit for rare disease

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

When Kira Hudson learned her son Ben had a rare disease which would making walking difficult for him, she sought support from the Internet. “I just wanted to find one family that knew how I felt,” Hudson explained. The internet ...


E-mail letters, April 18, 2011

By Staff

GAO report found government bloat Lost among the news of Mideast riots, Japanese disasters and threats of government shutdowns was a March 1 General Accounting Office Report that uncovered billions of dollars in Washington bloat. Here are ...


SustainAbility: Community gardening

By Adele Israel

Growers in the Grand Valley are venturing beyond backyard gardening to embrace community gardens and community supported agriculture (CSA). Community gardens are a popular option when obstacles prevent you from gardening at home. Grand ...


Homegrown: Leaf burn, violets

By Dennis Hill

We have a great old cottonwood in our yard. Several years ago, an arborist told us that the leaf burn on the tree was probably caused by the weed killer we had applied to our sizable lawn. We stopped the treatments and now I pull weeds in our ...


East Portal Road open to public

By Staff

The East Portal Road to the Gunnison River is now open. The U.S. Bureau of Reclamation this morning said the road, which offers access to Crystal Dam, the Gunnison River within the Curecanti National Recreation Area and the Blcak Canyon of ...


Lawmakers consider flexible Colo. bear hunt

By The AP

DENVER — Colorado lawmakers worried about the growing bear population are considering giving wildlife officials more say over when bears can be hunted. A proposal set for its first hearing today would repeal a 1992 voter-approved ...


S&P cuts long-term outlook for US debt to negative

By The AP

NEW YORK — Standard & Poor’s Ratings Service cut its outlook today on the United States’ sovereign debt, saying there is a one in three chance it will downgrade the rating on the debt in the next two years. The agency ...


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