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OUT Side Connection Column June 24, 2009

By Dave Buchanan

“One does not climb to attain enlightenment, rather one climbs because he is enlightened.”  — Zen Master Futomaki You might not want to hang like a spider from a towering wall of Wingate sandstone, but you can watch ...


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OUT Column June 24, 2009

By Dave Buchanan

AUSTIN — The clouds scraping across Grand Mesa last week were pewter precursors of more storms raking an already soaked western Colorado. It’s been great for the wildflowers but plays heck with fishing plans. “We tell (our ...


Wine Colimn June 24, 2009

By Dave Buchanan

ASPEN — The rains that turned Colorado’s high country into a wildflower paradise took Friday off, just in time for the first day of the three-day 27th annual Food & Wine Magazine Classic in Aspen. When you live in the ...


Steve Beauregard Column June 24, 2009

By Steve Beauregard

Well, it’s just a few more hours until the big day. We’ve been waiting with breathless anticipation for it for quite awhile now, and Thursday, it’s finally here. Yes, it’s trash day. So make sure those cans are out on ...


GJ protest today aimed at ABC

By Staff

Protesters plan to rally at the Grand Junction ABC television affiliate at noon today to criticize the network for providing airtime to President Barack Obama to discuss his proposal for universal health care. The protest organized by the ...


Bill Grant Column June 25, 2009

By Bill Grant

In a new attempt to close the “Halliburton loophole” that exempts oil and gas drilling from provisions of the Safe Drinking Water Act, Rep. Diana DeGette, a Denver Democrat, has again introduced the “Frac Act” to bring ...


Clunker politics clatter onward

By The Daily Sentinel

As part of the effort to fund military operations in Iraq and Afghanistan, Congress wants to pay well-off Americans to buy new trucks and SUVs. How does that relate to war funding? We haven’t the foggiest. We just know the ...


A fingers-crossed budgeting mess

By The Daily Sentinel

When the state Legislature adjourned at the Capitol a month ago, members were hopeful that a series of one-year budget fixes and a potentially improving economy would be enough to keep the budget on track. But that technique — budgeting ...


Development of Roan acreage on hold for now

By Dennis Webb

Some 55,000 acres on and around the Roan Plateau have been granted an additional two-month reprieve from oil and gas development. Companies that own the federal oil and gas leases on the acreage have committed to extend a voluntary agreement ...


State eyes firm’s assets in rebate-scam lawsuit

By Amy Hamilton

Elsie Tallieur may be one step closer to recouping money she was promised years ago in what the Colorado Attorney General’s Office is prosecuting civilly as a rebate scam conducted by a local man. Tallieur, 77, purchased siding for her ...


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