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CSU leaders tout accomplishments, lament high tuition

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Coloradans need to come to grips with the future of higher education in the state, the two top leaders of Colorado State University said. Colorado “has been silently privatizing higher education” over the years, said Tony Frank, ...


Man gets 25 years in Clifton stabbing

By Paul Shockley

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Blotter: July 28, 2009

By Staff

Man accused of sex assault • Jesse Tinsman, 19, homeless, was arrested Sunday on suspicion of class-four felony sexual assault on child, without force. According to the arrest affidavit, Tinsman is accused of having sex with a ...


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County, railroad looking for way to resolve conflict over access to wild canyons

By Staff

By LE ROY STANDISH A bridge, in its typical connotation, is a structure meant to fill a gap and join what had been apart. The Bureau of Land Management has a 225-foot long bridge that does the opposite. Pushing against each other are the ...


Harris decides to play,  wins title at Taco Bell

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Ritter’s opposition welcome in mercury-storage fight

By The Daily Sentinel

Colorado Gov. Bill Ritter wasn’t as quick to express his opposition to a proposal to store mercury in his home state as some local government officials in Mesa County, but we’re glad he has joined the fight. There’s a strong ...


Briefs: Local sports July 27, 2009

By Staff

Softball • The Grand Junction Swat 18-and-under girls softball team won the Triple Crown World Series in Park City, Utah, ‘B’ division, finishing 10-2. The Swat made its way through the elimination bracket and defeated the ...


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Sisneros stymies Fruita in softball

By Staff

By KENT MINCER Rarely do 9-10 year-old Little League girls softball games generate intensity like one did Sunday in Fruita. Two unbeaten teams in the state Little League championship bracket squared off in an extra-inning nail-biter. Shaw ...


Sometimes getting taxpayer money takes spending taxpayer money.

By Emily Shockley

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Death notices: July 27, 2009

By Staff

• Nancy Saunders-Gibson, 57, Grand Junction, died July 24, 2009, at her home. Graveside services will be at 3 p.m. Tuesday at Delta City Cemetery. Survivors include one daughter, Elizabeth Ann Saunders of Alexandria, Va.; and one ...


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