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Clifton woman wins ‘Pink’ photo contest

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

Clifton resident Libby Holsan’s photo “My Big Date” was selected from among hundreds of entries in the Shaw Cancer Center’s Pink Colorado Event as a contest finalist. The contest aims to raise awareness of ...


Judge rules probable cause in monoxide deaths

By The AP

ASPEN — A district judge in Aspen has decided there is probable cause for felony negligent-homicide charges against a subcontractor and former building inspector in connection with the carbon-monoxide poisoning deaths of a Denver family ...


Infant in serious condition after creek rescue

By The AP

STEAMBOAT SPRINGS — A 15-month-old Steamboat Springs boy who fell into Butcherknife Creek earlier this month is in serious condition. Steamboat Today says Steamboat Springs police think Edwin Rodriguez wandered from his home the morning ...


Salazar noncommittal about staying on for 2nd term

By The AP

DENVER — Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar is noncommittal about serving a second term for President Barack Obama. The Denver Post Sunday reports that Salazar in an interview said his recent decision to do an about face on a ...


Former Denver Broncos named in lawsuit

By The AP

DENVER — Nine former members of the Denver Broncos have been sued for seeking workers’ compensation for injuries suffered while they were playing football. According to the Denver Post, the lawsuit was filed last week in U.S. ...


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Critics say unit leasing slows gas exploration

By Dennis Webb

When Salt Lake City resident John Jones started seeing considerable natural gas development occur in the Collbran area, it gave him reason for hope. A 58-year-old truck driver who has two children with serious health problems, Jones has ...


Regional oil, gas leasing proposed

By Dennis Webb

The Bureau of Land Management has proposed leasing 1,136 acres in November for oil and gas development in the Plateau Valley. However, it is putting off a decision on whether to offer some 13,000 other acres in Mesa and Garfield counties so ...


Solar installation fees capped

By Charles Ashby

The cost just went down for Grand Valley residents and others in the state who are thinking about installing solar panels. That happened Friday when Gov. John Hickenlooper signed a bill to cap fees that local and state governments can charge ...


Identity theft jumps in GJ; how to stop it

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Reports of identity theft in Grand Junction run significantly higher than the rate for Colorado overall, which ranks 11th nationwide in identity-theft reporting. Grand Junction police logged 170 identity-theft reports in the past 12 months, a ...


First of bait-car cases prosecuted quickly

By Paul Shockley

The first in a series of auto theft cases stemming from police use of bait cars ended with a guilty plea in 38 days. “It’s kind of hard to explain what you’re doing in a stolen car that doesn’t belong to you,” ...


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