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E-mail letters, Oct. 5, 2010

By Staff

Ballot amendments will guarantee mediocrity Someone once said, “You don’t always get what you pay for.” We ought to ask the question differently: “How often do we get something we don’t pay for?” Take ...

Fruita to decide on proposed medical marijuana center tonight

By {screen_name}

The Fruita City Council is expected to decide tonight whether to grant a conditional-use permit to what would be the city’s first medical marijuana center. Grand Junction resident Heather Sheley has filed an application with the city to ...

Colo. dad: Mexican police failing in pirate attack probe

By The AP

DENVER — The father of an American man who was allegedly killed by pirates in a lake on the Texas-Mexico border accused Mexican authorities of being corrupt and said today they’re not doing enough to find his son’s ...

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Endless summer sees little change in Lake Powell fishing

By Wayne Gustaveson

Lake Elevation: 3,633 msl Water Temperature 72-74 F PAGE, Ariz. — The endless summer warm weather pattern continues to hold. Fishing conditions will not change until cooler weather arrives. That means stripers will be in deep water ...

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Kimball Creek to be improved thanks to local fundraiser

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

Cabela’s and Famous Dave’s Legendary Bar-B-Que presented the U.S. Forest Service and the U.S. Department of the Interior, Bureau of Land Management with a check to help improve the Kimball Creek Drainage area of the Grand Mesa near ...

County to take Clifton couple to court over junk

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Mesa County will take legal action against a Clifton couple for failing to remove junk and unregistered vehicles from their property despite complaints from neighbors that date back seven years. County commissioners unanimously agreed this ...

State office prefers tweaking Xcel coal plan

By The AP

DENVER — The Governor’s Energy Office prefers speeding up Xcel Energy’s plan to shutter, retrofit or replace some coal-fired power-generating units to help Colorado meet forseeable federal air pollution limits. A new state ...

Utah man says in court he sold stolen artifacts

By The AP

SALT LAKE CITY — A Utah man acknowledged today that he took ancient bone and shell necklaces from federal land in southeastern Utah and sold them to a government informant. Brandon Laws, 40, pleaded guilty in U.S. District Court in Salt ...

UPDATE: Alcohol suspected in fatal crash near Utah-Colorado line

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Alcohol impairment is a suspected factor in a rollover crash on Interstate 70 in eastern Utah which killed a Texas killed woman, and injured another woman, according to the Utah Highway Patrol. Vivian Cooper, 67, of San Antonio, was behind ...

Bush speaks to insurance group in Colorado Springs

By The AP

COLORADO SPRINGS — Former President George W. Bush has made an appearance in Colorado, speaking to an insurance industry group in Colorado Springs. Bush’s spokesman, David Sherzer, says Bush spoke this morning to the Council of ...

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