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More than 1,100 people must retake driver’s test

By The AP

DENVER — More than 1,100 people must retake their driving test after the Colorado Department of Revenue shut down a driving school. Department officials say the owner of Ola’s Driving School was suspended from administering ...


Guv intends to appoint new faces to oil board

By Charles Ashby

Gov. John Hickenlooper appears poised to replace all but two people on the Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission. The Democratic governor, who is a former petroleum geologist, is nearly a month late in making appointments to the ...


Small, rural post offices might close

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Gateway, Molina and other rural western Colorado communities could lose their post offices, as the financially struggling U.S. Postal Service considers closing thousands of post office locations to save money. The Postal Service announced ...


Firearms, meth found in Montrose raid

By Staff

Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms officers and members of the Montrose County Sheriff’s Department SWAT team arrested three people and confiscated more than 60 firearms, some assault rifles, and a small amount of meth during a raid ...


3 western Colorado wildflowers added to protection list

By Dennis Webb

In a move with consequences for activities including energy development, the federal government is proceeding with listing three western Colorado wildflowers for protection under the Endangered Species Act. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service ...


Death Notices, July 27, 2011

By Staff

Darlene Buchanan, 70, died July 25, 2011, at Montrose Memorial Hospital. Services will be at a later date. Survivors include her husband, Earl; one son, Jeff Russell of York, Neb.; two daughters, Lisa James of Montrose and Lori Czuba of ...


Valley voters struggle to make voices heard

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Political activists took to the streets, operatives took to email, and politicians took to the telephones and lecterns as the fight over whether to boost the nation’s debt limit heated up Tuesday. Much of the focus was on U.S. Rep. ...


Man robs US Bank near mall

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Grand Junction police searched Tuesday for a man who robbed a bank near Mesa Mall after claiming to employees he had a gun. The robbery at US Bank, 2448 F Road, occurred just after 10:30 a.m. Grand Junction Police Department spokeswoman Kate ...


Briefs, July 27, 2011

By Staff

Zombie Ball tonight at amphitheater The Zombie Ball, a concert for teens and adults to promote healthy living without the use of drugs and alcohol, will be from 8 to midnight tonight at the Western Colorado Botanical Gardens Amphitheater, 641 ...


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Merchant Marine veterans chapter donates items to veterans nursing home

By Dennis Webb

RIFLE — For decades, they dealt with the harsh reality of a government that refused to recognize them as veterans. Today, the members of the Western Slope Chapter of the U.S. Merchant Marine Veterans of World War II are facing ...


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