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E-mail letters, March 25, 2010

By Robin Dearing

Austism is challenging for all involved As a mother reading the story about jury selection in the Jacob Grabe murder trial I’m thankful I was not summoned. It is very difficult to understand or apply the law particularly in a case like ...


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Help a teen, win a trip

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

Michael Ruble, a Central High School senior football player, would like to play football in Australia this summer, but he needs a little financial help to get there. Ruble was invited to play in The DownUnder Bowl, an annual American football ...


EPA plans to apply greenhouse gas reporting rules to oil, gas production

By Dennis Webb

The Environmental Protection Agency is proposing to expand its first-ever greenhouse-gas reporting requirements to include oil and gas production and related activities. The proposal could lead to eventual regulations aimed at reducing ...


District 51 considers cutting Friday classes

By Emily Shockley

With millions of dollars in cuts headed their way, the next thing to go at some Colorado school districts could be Fridays. The four-day school week already is a reality in one-third of Colorado’s school districts. The Pueblo County 70 ...


More trash will add to cost in Palisade

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Palisade town residents likely will pay more to have their trash picked up beginning next month. Town trustees Tuesday night unanimously approved a new fee schedule that will result in people paying more than they have in the past if they ...


Gap found in health care law for children’s coverage

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The health care package adopted this week wouldn’t require an insurance company to cover young Alex Lange, even after the national publicity of late last year when he was denied coverage. Alex, then 4 months old, was rejected for health ...


Devil at work in son’s slaying, wife of suspect Grabe testifies

By Paul Shockley

Kneeling together in prayer in their nightly routine, Allen and Jaquette Grabe asked for their son’s continued health and relief from mounting bills, Jaquette Grabe testified Wednesday. Allen Grabe, 53, then kissed his wife, bid her ...


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Udall: Beetle bill delay jeopardizes communities

By Dennis Webb

U.S. Sen. Mark Udall, D-Colo., said Wednesday that Republican use of an arcane Senate rule to block a hearing on his bark beetle bill jeopardizes the chances of providing timely help for communities threatened by the insect’s ...


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Chomko’s challenge: Mesa State senior enjoying task of playing No. 1 singles

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Playing No. 1 singles is a tricky proposition. Yes, there’s the honor of being the top player on your team, but then again, in Division II tennis, the chances of playing someone from a foreign country is pretty good. Many of those ...


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Kame to showcase her skills twice more against high school competition

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Amy Kame has been somewhat of an unknown in Colorado high school girls basketball. Playing on the Western Slope at Central High School, the 6-foot guard didn’t get to play against many of the top teams on the Front Range. Being away ...


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