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Fruita Community Center expects 100,000 visitor

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

The Fruita Community Center is expecting to welcome its 100,000th guest this week, more than six months before the anticipated milestone’s due date. “We thought we’d make that many in the first year,” said Kelley ...


Audit of Colo. utilities commission approved

By The AP

DENVER — Colorado lawmakers unanimously approved an audit of the state’s Public Utilities Commission over how the agency has handled decisions affecting energy, taxicab and telecommunication companies. The Legislative Audit ...


E-mail letters, July 11, 2011

By Staff

Hobby Lobby adds tax to pay for new building Unemployment over 9 percent, gasoline over $3 a gallon, food and health costs are up, incomes are frozen, taxes at an all time high and Hobby Lobby moving from the east side to the west, what else ...


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Standoff suspect officially charged; has $1M bond

By Amy Hamilton

The man suspected in a Sunday standoff with police made his first appearance in court today, and heard the charges being filed initially against him. George Roloff, 34, was arrested at about 5 p.m. on Jackson Street in Clifton after residents ...


Flash-flood warning in SW Mesa County

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The National Weather Service issued a flash-flood warning for southwest Mesa County and particularly Gateway, as storm clouds rolled over the Uncompahgre Plateau, dropping heavy rainfall over the area. Rainfall estimates already exceed 1.5 ...


Environmentalists seek to shut OHV access in Canyonlands area

By The AP

SALT LAKE CITY — A coalition of environmental groups is pushing the U.S. Bureau of Land Management to restrict off-road vehicle use on more than 1,000 miles of trails surrounding Canyonlands National Park. The groups are sending a ...


SustainAbility: Community garden

By Adele Israel

Mark and Pam Gibbons have a small garden at home but choose to put most of their energy into the Canyon View community garden. Even with full time jobs, Saturday mornings and Tuesday evenings find the couple at the flourishing garden nestled ...


Homegrown: Lilac bushes

By Dennis Hill

For the past 2 years our lilac bushes have failed to bloom. Last year not even a bud. This year a few of the bushes got buds and only two little flowers opened up. I would like some blossoms next year. What can I do?? — Thanks, ...


Report: Western energy production to surpass imports from eight nations

By Dennis Webb

By 2020, the West will produce more energy than the United States imports from Saudi Arabia and seven other oil-producing nations, a new report issued by an industry group predicts. However, it says that production could be jeopardized by ...


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Riding a bike over Colorado National Monument in dark is a real treat

By Scott Mercier

Colorado National Monument is without a doubt one of the most spectacular places in the world to ride a road bike. The steady climbs between sheer cliff walls, the three short tunnels, the rolling terrain over the top, the snaking switchbacks ...


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