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‘The Natural’ has apparently become the president’s chief economic adviser

By Josh Penry

Meet Robert Redford —1970’s Golden Boy and beef-cake. Actor. Heart-throb. Hollywood liberal. Environmental activist. And always, The Natural. To that list of Redford’s old descriptors, now we can add something a little ...


Printed letters, November 18, 2011

By Staff

Conservatives should support Rep. Tipton I am getting really disgruntled with the disgruntled. A year ago, conservatives in Mesa County helped elect a solid tea-party Republican to the U.S. House of Representatives, Scott Tipton. Already, we ...


Newspaper says trustee’s decision led to 2 layoffs

By The AP

GRAND JUNCTION — The Daily Sentinel in Grand Junction is trying to win back thousands of dollars in advertising revenue lost when Mesa County’s public trustee began publishing foreclosure notices in two weekly newspapers ...


Hickenlooper: Cutting Medicaid not a budget option

By The AP

DENVER — Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper says waiving Medicaid spending requirements to alleviate budget pressures like Republicans suggest is not an option. The Democratic governor told lawmakers Thursday that the majority of spending ...


Colorado union members to rally for jobs

By The AP

DENVER — Union members in Denver and Pueblo are holding rallies to promote a federal jobs bill for transportation projects. Building and Construction Trades business manager Neal Hall says Colorado’s roads and bridges are ...


Transgender student raises school district issues

By The AP

FORT COLLINS — A transgender student at Fort Collins High School is transferring to another school after administrators raised questions over her use of a restroom. Dionne Malikowski says she should have the same rights as any student ...


Hearing to be held on Colorado River plan

By The AP

LAKEWOOD — The federal Department of the Interior is holding a hearing on the future of the Colorado River. The hearing Thursday in Lakewood will review the environmental impact of regulated flows on the Colorado River. The federal ...


Hickenlooper to discuss budget with lawmakers

By The AP

DENVER — Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper will talk to lawmakers about his budget proposal to cut K-12 education by $89 million and eliminate a $98.6 million property tax break next year for seniors. Hickenlooper is set to meet with the ...


D51 group raising money for schools

By {screen_name}

The School District 51 Foundation plans to launch its first targeted fundraising effort by the end of the year. The foundation has collected about $7,000 in private donations since it became a nonprofit organization this spring, according to ...


I-70 FATAL TANKER Web

Crash of erratic tanker on I-70 kills driver

By Paul Shockley

The Colorado State Patrol said alcohol intoxication may have contributed to a crash involving a tanker truck that careened off Interstate 70 Wednesday near Clifton, killing its driver. A 52-year-old Grand Valley man, whose identity was ...


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