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A quiet miracle: resilience

By Rachel Sauer

Storms come, inevitable and inexorable. They twist and rage, and in their wake buildings fall and homes splinter, peace fades, hearts break. Graves dug, doors closed, hopes lost — unavoidable on the path of life. The vicissitudes of ...

Pitkin County rejects ballots in Spanish

By The AP

ASPEN — Pitkin County will not offer dual-language ballots in English and Spanish to voters for November’s mail-only election. The county says it will offer sample ballots that will offer the 14-question ballot in both ...

Investigators seek cause of Red Rocks injuries

By The AP

MORRISON — Investigators are trying to determine the cause of a rock fall at Red Rocks Ampitheatre that sent four people to the hospital. Denver cultural affairs spokeswoman Kristin Rust says officials will inspect the iconic 300-foot ...

Ranchers cutting cattle herds

By The AP

PUEBLO — Ranchers in southeastern Colorado are cutting their cattle herds because of drought and high feed costs. Pueblo County Stockman’s Association president Dan Henrichs says the glut of cattle on the market is starting to ...

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Church opens doors as rock ‘n’ roll venue

By Rachel Sauer

Faith takes many forms. It isn’t always open Scriptures and hands clasped in prayer. Sometimes it’s simpler: faith in the music, faith in the kids, faith in the divine grace of rock ‘n’ roll. The third Friday of the ...

State Human Services may repeal 841 outdated rules

By Charles Ashby

The Colorado Department of Human Services is looking into repealing 841 outdated or unneeded rules and regulations, Gov. John Hickenlooper announced late last week. At the same time, the department is planning to revise 2,116 other ...

Fruita, Grand Junction high schools continue effort to enhance, expand Advance Placement program

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The number of college credit-worthy scores on Advanced Placement exams at Fruita Monument and Grand Junction high schools increased in 2011 compared to 2010, but not as much as the number of students who took Advanced Placement tests in 2011 ...

Rangely mine seeks new coal reserves

By Dennis Webb

A Rio Blanco County coal mine is proposing exploratory drilling to look for additional coal reserves it can develop near its existing operation and leases. Blue Mountain Energy Inc., operator of the Deserado Mine about seven miles northeast ...

Death Notices, Sept. 12, 2011

By Staff

Linda M. Dawson, 66, Delta, died Sept. 7, 2011, at San Juan Living Center in Montrose. Services will take place at 2 p.m. Saturday at Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Delta, followed by inurnment at Delta City ...

Encana affirms funding for Parachute kindergarten

By Dennis Webb

A donation by Encana Oil & Gas (USA) apparently again will cover tuition for the second half of the school year for students enrolled in full-day kindergarten in the Parachute and Battlement Mesa areas. Garfield County School District 16 ...

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