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Library to host open house on expansion next week

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For years, the Mesa County Public Library District has been contemplating what to do with what it considers to be the overcrowded, outdated central library. Now that administrators have the makings of a plan, they want to hear what the public ...

GOP not sure about appeal of congressional districts

By Charles Ashby

The Colorado Republican Party hasn’t decided whether it will appeal a Denver District Court ruling issued late last week to adopt a Democratic map redrawing congressional district lines. Republicans don’t like the map, in part, ...

Turnovers hurt in Colorado Mesa’s loss to Seattle Pacific

By Staff

Only two games into the season, the Colorado Mesa University men’s basketball team got a true test Saturday, facing No. 22 Seattle Pacific University in the second round of the Dixie State Classic. The Mavericks built a 25-18 halftime ...

Source of legal notice publication arose in court last year

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A Mesa County judge last year rejected a proposal that a delinquent debtor be notified of collection attempts by a legal notice in the Fruita Times. In the case, a hardware store was attempting to contact the debtor, Jerry Karl, to deal with ...

Greeley West ends season for Montrose

By Staff

MONTROSE — Montrose High School football coach Todd Casebier doubted his play calling after the game Saturday, but there was no doubting his team’s heart in the Indians’ 38-7 loss in the first round of the Class 4A state ...

Run game lifts Rifle to victory

By Jon Mitchell

RIFLE — Close games are something the Rifle High School football team has gotten used to the past three weeks. The end result is something the Bears have been accustomed to all season. Fourth-seeded and unbeaten Rifle took control early ...

Dominant Pirates move into quarters

By Scott Schlaufman

OLATHE — Going for it on fourth down is a gamble for any football team. But on the opening drive of Saturday’s 43-13 Class 2A first-round playoff win against The Academy, Olathe coach Ryan Corn had plenty of faith his team would ...

Jobs with benefits: 400 apply at Powderhorn

By Amy Hamilton

A couple inches of snow on Grand Mesa was the perfect harbinger of the swooshing season to come for the hundreds of applicants who showed for a job fair Saturday at Powderhorn Mountain Resort. By 8:30 a.m. a line of applicants wound around ...

More energy firms are fined for failing to fix well problems

By Dennis Webb

Energy companies with wells in Garfield and Moffat counties are among a growing number to be hit with sizable fines in Colorado for failing to respond to allegations of rules violations at their facilities. The Colorado Oil and Gas ...

Biz Buzz, Nov. 13, 2011

By Staff

Gale Foster said she always wanted a little coffee shop, and after 30 years in the banking and lending business, she recently decided it was time to make it a reality. The timing of her decision was remarkable because that coffee shop ...

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