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School construction getting 2nd look across CO

By The AP

DENVER — An agency that oversees school construction in Colorado will expand an engineering investigation after news reports about construction problems at schools. The Denver Post reports Saturday that the state Homeland Security ...


I-70 pace cars returning to help ease ski traffic

By The AP

FRISCO — A technique that law-enforcement agencies have used to control the flow of weekend mountain traffic on Interstate 70 is back. On two earlier dates this year, police and Colorado State Patrol cars drove between 45 and 55 mph ...


Aspen Skiing Co. raises lift ticket price

By The AP

ASPEN — The Aspen Skiing Co. raised its lift ticket price on Friday, back to its highest in history. A walk-up, single-day ticket is now $104 for any of SkiCo’s four mountains. That’s slightly lower than Vail, which is ...


Colorado pot legalization petition nearing end

By The AP

LITTLETON — Colorado’s decision on becoming the first state to legalize marijuana for recreational use appears certain for 2012 ballots. Activists backing a petition to put the question on ballots say they’ve far cleared the ...


Death Notice, Dec. 17, 2011

By Staff

Susan Kay Heath, 38, Grand Junction, died Dec. 9, 2011. Services have taken place. Survivors include her husband, David L.; one son, Aaron of Grand Junction; one daughter, Chelsea of Grand Junction; two brothers, Gerald Coffman and Duane ...


No stand-in yet for departing city manager Kadrich

By Amy Hamilton

Grand Junction city officials as of Friday had not ironed out the details about who will step in to lead operations after the forced resignation of city manager Laurie Kadrich on Wednesday. More information on that plan is expected to be ...


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Newly minted Colorado Mesa University graduates first class

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Friday was a day of firsts in local graduation history. It was the first time Colorado Mesa University graduated a class under its new name. It was the first time the school hosted a commencement ceremony in December. And it likely was the ...


Religion Briefs, Dec. 17, 2011

By Staff

Cantatas scheduled at two churches Landmark Baptist Church, 2711 Unaweep, will present the cantata “From Christmas to Calvary,” by Glenn and Jan Christianson, at 7 p.m. Friday and at 11 a.m. Christmas Day. Nursery will be ...


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Twelve DUI cases dropped in bias probe

By Paul Shockley

Charges in 12 pending alcohol- or drug-impaired driving cases had been dismissed by the Mesa County District Attorney’s office as of Friday because of questions surrounding a now former Colorado State Patrol trooper. The dismissals ...


No matter how you measure it, baby, it’s cold outside

By Staff

On the way to work the other day, I saw a squirrel burying Sterno. I think it’s going to be a long winter. At least we know how cold it is. That hasn’t always been the case. In fact, people didn’t know how cold it was until ...


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