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Doctor facing allegations surrenders license

By Amy Hamilton

A longtime Grand Junction doctor who was being investigated by the state on allegations that he initiated inappropriate sexual contact with several patients has agreed with the state to relinquish his medical license. The medical license of ...


Williams: Gifts to New Mexico BLM official ‘contrary to policyÂ’

By Dennis Webb

Williams says it is looking into an apparent breach of corporate policy involving reported gifts to a former Bureau of Land Management official in New Mexico. An investigative report by the Department of Interior’s Office of Inspector ...


Police blotter, Aug. 28, 2010

By Staff

Progress in alleged fraud Two people wanted by the Mesa County Sheriff’s Department for allegedly stealing a credit card and making fraudulent charges on it turned themselves in Friday but haven’t been arrested. The man and woman ...


Accident closes eastbound I-70 in De Beque Canyon

By {screen_name}

The eastbound lanes of Interstate 70 in De Beque Canyon are closed this evening following a rollover accident. Police radio reports indicate that a vehicle rolled near mile marker 49, the turnoff to head up Colorado Highway 65 onto Grand ...


GOP governor hopeful gets Coors’ backing

By The AP

DENVER — Republican gubernatorial candidate Dan Maes has won the endorsement of Colorado beer magnate Pete Coors, a former U.S. Senate candidate. Coors said today that Maes will bring fresh leadership and a commitment to lower taxes and ...


Printed letters, August 29, 2010

By Staff

Tipton failed to do his homework I attended a retired state and school employee meeting in Cortez in May and found Scott Tipton was going to speak. Senate Bill 1 had been passed recently and was a topic that most state employees were very ...


Left out of the race

By Staff

Colorado has twice now been rejected in its bid for millions of dollars from the Obama administration’s “Race to the Top” competition for education funding. It’s a development that seems to have come as a shock to some ...


Colorado refused waiver on military ballots

By The AP

DENVER — Colorado Secretary of State Bernie Buescher has ordered county clerks to comply with demands from the federal government after Colorado was denied a waiver to exempt the state from a federal requirement to mail ballots to ...


E-mail letters, August 27, 2010

By Staff

Vote against Amend. 60 and 61 and Prop. 101 if you like paying taxes In response to the Bill Grant column published Aug. 25, let me just propose this: If you like to pay taxes (fees, levy, etc. or whatever the Colorado Supreme Court decides ...


Redland’s Mesa Men’s Club Golf Results August 27-28, 2010

By Staff

Redlands Mesa Men's Club - August 27-28, 2010 Men's Club Championship-Championship Flight 1st Gross Steve Josephs 144 2nd Gross Tom ...


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