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Tri-State plan to cut emissions in Craig

By The AP

CRAIG — State health officials are reviewing proposals for Tri-State Generation and Transmission Association Inc. to cut emissions at a coal-fired plant in Craig. Tri-State supports adding selective non-catalytic reduction technology at ...

Rough road for gravel pit

By The Daily Sentinel

The issue that doomed a gravel-pit proposal on Orchard Mesa this week was the same thing that temporarily derailed the plan last summer — serious safety concerns along 29 3/4 Road. As Grand Junction City Councilman Tom Kenyon noted ...

21st century imperative: Protect computer data

By The Daily Sentinel

Coming on the heels of the WikiLeaks release of hundreds of thousands of supposedly secure U.S. State Department cables and the news that decades’ worth of Mesa County Sheriff’s Department records were inadvertently made available ...

Printed letters, December 15, 2010

By Staff

Grant Seems to forget who controls Congress Columnist Bill Grant’s eclectic columns always intrigue me with their surprise endings. His recent article that implored the “newcomer Democrats” to break the tyranny of the ...

The Utah Compact offers Colorado a way forward on immigration legislation

By Bill Grant

Despite growing evidence that radical legislation to curb illegal immigration in Arizona has been a costly failure, some Republican legislators are determined to repeat the experience in Colorado. Earlier this month the conservative Republican ...


Resolution of local charges possible for Arizona escapee

By Dennis Webb

GLENWOOD SPRINGS — A public defender on Tuesday indicated a plea deal may be near but pushed for independent access to a Rifle police car allegedly fired at by an escaped Arizona prison inmate. “Hopefully we’ll be able to ...

Powderhorn puts opening day on hold

By Dave Buchanan

Powderhorn Ski Resort announced today that it won’t open Thursday as originally scheduled. No opening date is being announced, said Powderhorn spokeswoman Sarah Allen. “We made the decision this morning to postpone our opening ...

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Cabela’s outfitters give generously to food bank

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

The employees at Cabela’s, also known as outfitters, have proven themselves to be the most generous givers in the national chain of sporting goods stores. “Even though we are a smaller store in the group, our people time and ...

Interior wants more BLM mustang population control research

By The AP

RENO, Nev. — The U.S. Bureau of Land Management needs to step up its research into population control methods for wild horses to help curb the spiraling costs of rounding up the mustangs across the West and housing them in holding ...

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Police: Body is missing Snowmass man

By The AP

ASPEN — Aspen police say a body found under a bridge is that of a Snowmass Village man missing since last month. Police say the body was found Monday by off-duty members of Mountain Rescue who were following through on a pledge to ...

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