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It wouldn’t be Christmas without

By Staff

When I saw last Wednesday’s front page caption about cookies, I was ready to ditch this column and start over. What? Someone also decided to write about Christmas cookies in December? Duh, Dixie! But on that food page, I didn’t ...


State to appeal Lobato lawsuit

By Charles Ashby

Gov. John Hickenlooper announced this morning that the state will appeal a controversial Denver District Court ruling from earlier this month that could force billions of dollars that the state doesn’t have into K-12 ...


Mesa County precincts redrawn

By {screen_name}

Pressed by concerns about voter privacy and expense, Mesa County Clerk Sheila Reiner is proposing reducing county’s precincts from 82 to 57. The county tallies election results by precinct. So fewer precincts means less expense, Reiner ...


Colorado among nation’s fastest-growing states

By The AP

WASHINGTON — Washington, D.C., is growing faster than any state in the nation. New 2011 census estimates show the District of Columbia’s population climbed by 2.7 percent from April 2010 to July of this year. It was the first time ...


Nearly 200 Fort Carson soldiers coming home early

By The AP

FORT CARSON — Nearly 200 soldiers from Fort Carson are coming home for the holidays. The soldiers are members of the 4th Infantry Division’s 2nd Brigade Combat Team and are scheduled to return from Afghanistan Wednesday ...


State snowpack below average

By The AP

DENVER — Colorado’s snowpack level is lagging the historical average, despite a recent snowstorm. On Tuesday, the statewide snowpack was 77 percent of the 30-year average for the date. Snowpack in several river basins is below ...


Suspect expected to plead guilty in New Mexico Ponzi scheme case

By The AP

SANTA FE, N.M. — Former Albuquerque real estate executive Doug Vaughan is due in court Wednesday to plead guilty to charges stemming from allegations he ran Ponzi scheme that swindled some 600 investors out of $74 ...


This time, it should stick: Snow on the way

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Grand Valley residents could wake up Thursday with a light blanket of snow on the ground. The National Weather Service in Grand Junction on Tuesday issued a winter weather advisory for most of west-central and northwest Colorado, saying a ...


Gas firm fears bias in fracking analysis

By Dennis Webb

Officials with Encana Oil & Gas (USA) are questioning whether draft Environmental Protection Agency findings suggesting a link between hydraulic fracturing in Wyoming and domestic groundwater contamination will undergo truly independent ...


Colorado’s economic outlook improves

By Charles Ashby

A rosier revenue forecast from state economists Tuesday spurred Gov. John Hickenlooper to back off a plan to impose additional cuts to K–12 spending. The economists, including one from the governor’s own budget office, predicted ...


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