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Printed letters, Feb. 18, 2010

By Staff

House Bill 1188 gives people right to trespass Bill Grant’s recent column regarding Rep. Kathleen Curry’s House Bill 1188 ignored the main issue of the bill, which is that it would give commercial river guides the right to ...

Going nuclear

By The Daily Sentinel

The United States has a long way to go to catch up with European nations in the use of nuclear energy. But President Barack Obama’s announcement this week that his administration will provide $8.3 billion in loan guarantees for two new ...

Prosecutors to turn over records in artifacts case

By The AP

SALT LAKE CITY — Federal prosecutors in Utah are disclosing more about the confidential informant at the center of a two-year federal investigation into the looting of Southwestern artifacts. In federal court filings Tuesday, U.S. ...

Mavericks still No. 1 in region

By {screen_name}

The Mesa State College men’s basketball team held on to its No. 1 spot in the Central Region this week, despite losing at Western New Mexico last weekend. The Mavericks (20-2, 14-1 RMAC) have a 15-1 record in the region and a 17-2 ...

Mesa baseball schedule changed

By {screen_name}

Mesa State College has altered its baseball schedule for the home opener this weekend. Friday’s game against the University of Mary has been canceled. Instead, the teams will play doubleheaders starting at noon on both Saturday and ...

No federal money coming to 29 Road project

By {screen_name}

Local officials were shut out today in their bid to obtain a federal grant to help pay for the 29 Road overpass. The U.S. Department of Transportation announced the recipients of $1.5 billion in federal stimulus money available through the ...

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Crime Stoppers give mouse pads to school computer labs

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

Crime Stoppers of Mesa County presented School District 51 with 2,000 computer mouse pads to be used in the middle and high school computer labs at a meeting at Central High School Tuesday evening. The mouse pads are stamped with the new ...

Colo. House cutting $475 million from state budget

By The AP

DENVER — Colorado lawmakers have begun slashing jobs and state services in an effort to cut another $475 million from this year’s budget. The House began a marathon session today, taking up 31 bills that will cut every sector of ...

CC: ALL. RE: Office jargon. FYI

By Staff

It’s important that those of you in the work force are aware of proper formal office terminology so that you’ll be an informed and productive employee for the long term, or at least until Tuesday when you get laid off. In a recent ...

BENNET Michael

Bring back public option, via reconciliation, Bennet urges

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U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet, D-Colo., is urging Senate Democrats to sidestep the threat of a filibuster and adopt a health care package that includes a public option. Bennet wrote to Majority Leader Harry Reid, D-Nev., citing a Congressional ...

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