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CU regents approve tuition hike for Boulder campus

By The AP

BOULDER — The University of Colorado regents have approved a 9.3 percent tuition increase for in-state students on the Boulder campus. The Daily Camera reports the board of regents voted 5-4 today to boost the annual tuition by $654 to ...


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Missing boy case possible parental abduction

By Staff

The Fruita Police Department is investigating the possibility that a 2-year-old boy was abducted from the front yard of his father’s home by the boy’s biological mother. Mesa County Sheriff’s Department spokeswoman Heather ...


Firm wants pipeline across historic Utah ranch

By Duffy Hayes

SALT LAKE CITY — The owners of a historic eastern Utah ranch that holds Native American artifacts and rock art are fighting an energy company’s demand to build a pipeline through their property. Denver-based Bill Barrett Corp. is ...


E-mail letters, April 27, 2011

By Staff

Dems redistricting plan will hurt rural schools State Sen. Rollie Heath talks about competitive districts.  Yet he mostly ignores communities of interest. As the 3rd Congressional District representative on the State Board of ...


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Over the Top: End of the world

By Bob Silbernagel

Bob advises the doomsayers to double-check their math.  ...


BLM begins oil shale hearings in Utah

By The AP

SALT LAKE CITY — Environmentalists are urging the Bureau of Land Management not to develop nearly 2 million acres of land in Utah, Wyoming and Colorado for oil shale and tar sands use. The first of seven hearings began on Tuesday in ...


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Safety rally includes Denver bus

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

The annual bike day at Tope Elementary School was expanded this year to include information about all types of safety precautions for kids. The Safety Rally took place Wednesday afternoon at the school and highlighted a special safety bus ...


Mesa County’s concert two-step

By The Daily Sentinel

The Mesa County commissioners have determined that hosting two major, country music concerts in different parts of the county on the same weekend will produce a fine tune. Their constituents have good reason to ask: Why? What possible ...


Fruitlands Forever

By The Daily Sentinel

Mesa Land Trust’s ambitious undertaking to protect fruit and wine lands in the east end of the Grand Valley — and thereby ensure a minimum number of acres for a stable local fruit industry — deserves to, well, blossom. Other ...


Printed letters, April 28, 2011

By Staff

This will sound like a real over simplification, but it has worked in the past and will work now.  Bringing down the cost of gas at the pump and the barrel price can happen almost overnight. If President Obama were to announce that the ...


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