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Police Blotter, Nov. 29, 2011

By Staff

Driver out of gas, arrested A 71-year-old Grand Junction man was jailed Sunday on suspicion of stealing fall holiday decorations from a home in the 1800 block of 21st Street. The Grand Junction Police Department contacted William Max Trader ...


New owner found for Delta wells

By Dennis Webb

A Colorado-based energy company is appealing a $200,000 fine after finding another company to take over wells it was accused of improperly abandoning in Delta County. Aspen Operating LLC is seeking vacation of the penalty imposed by the ...


Contractor vowing changes after Meeker school debacle

By Dennis Webb

A Fort Collins company said Monday that it is implementing new quality-control measures for its projects in response to structural errors it made in building the year-old Meeker Elementary School. “The measures will ensure that all ...


Sports Briefs, Nov. 28, 2011

By Staff

Women’s College Basketball Sigl is RMAC defensive player of week Kelsey Sigl’s career-high 14 rebounds Saturday night in Colorado Mesa University’s 107-96 victory over Oklahoma Panhandle State helped her earn RMAC defensive ...


Gov. Hickenlooper announces innovation program

By The AP

DENVER — Gov. John Hickenlooper says the state will promote economic development by partnering private, public and academic organizations through an initiative called the Colorado Innovation Network. Hickenlooper announced today that ...


US Labor Secretary Hilda Solis pushes jobs package

By The AP

DENVER — U.S. Labor Secretary Hilda Solis recommended changes in the way the federal government administers jobless programs during a visit to Denver today to promote the president’s jobs bill. Solis met with Hispanic leaders as ...


Uncertainty doesn’t halt Egyptian voters

By The Daily Sentinel

Millions of Egyptians waited in long lines Monday to cast votes for the election of a lower house of the country’s new parliament, even though they don’t know how much power that parliament will have. The voting, which continues ...


Gessler’s games

By The Daily Sentinel

Since he became Colorado Secretary of State a little less than a year ago, Republican Scott Gessler has made it clear he views his office as an auxiliary of the state Legislature — a policy-setting branch of state government rather than ...


Printed letters, Nov. 29, 2011

By Staff

I read Gary Harmon’s article on the Bear Ranch land exchange with interest. I am the director of Gunnison Trails, a non-profit trail advocacy organization based in Gunnison. We are focused on self-powered singletrack trail use on public ...


Paradise or the playoffs, Tebow shows it aint over ‘til it’s over

By Jim Spehar

I suppose the prudent thing to do would be to leave the subject of sports to the experts, the Rick Jussells and Patti Arnolds of the world. You don’t see them writing about politics or public policies. They have the good sense to leave ...


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