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Report: Water deals drying up Arkansas River land

By The AP

PUEBLO — The Pueblo Chieftain reports that deals transferring water out of agriculture eventually could dry up one-third of the historically irrigated land in the Arkansas River basin. The newspaper says that transfers from 1950 to the ...

Lawyer: Colorado artifacts dealer taking plea deal

By The AP

SALT LAKE CITY — A Southwest antiquities dealer who was forced to surrender five truckloads of American Indian relics to federal agents is expected to settle charges of digging up a grave and plundering artifacts from federal lands, his ...

Lincoln Park Ladies’ Golf Association League Results September 27, 2010

By Staff

Lincoln Park Ladies' Golf Association - September 27, 2010 Dr. Pepper 9 Hole Winners 3rd Flight 1st Marilyn Applegate 3rd Flight 2nd Lena ...

E-mail letters, Sept. 27, 2010

By Staff

It’s time to do something about homeless children Famous physicist, Richard Feynman, once said “reality is comprised of those things that won’t go away, simply because we do not believe in them.” The time has come for ...

Homegrown: Going from lawn to garden

By Dennis Hill

I have a 15x30-foot area of grass on one side of the house that I would like to convert into a vegetable garden area for next season. What is a safe and effective way to get rid of all that grass? Is rototilling that whole area a time or two ...

Friends, teammates gather at McKinley’s funeral

By The AP

AUSTELL, Ga. — Kenny McKinley’s family, teammates and coaches remembered the Denver Broncos wide receiver as someone who always smiled and brought joy wherever he went. Several hundred people gathered Monday at a suburban Atlanta ...

Grand jury to decide State Trooper’s fate in deadly shooting

By Paul Shockley

A grand jury will consider possible criminal charges against a Colorado State Patrol trooper who fatally shot a man in July, Mesa County District Attorney Pete Hautzinger said today. “After review of the (critical incident team) ...

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Savor the slow change of stone, canyon and cliff

By Rachel Sauer

Out here, change is the work of eons. Seasons drift through, throwing coal on the furnace of summer, trailing gold over autumn wildflowers, whispering in the winter frost that it’s time to sleep. But the horizon is unchanged, the ...

Fishing in the fall: Moderate weather exciting for anglers

By Dave Buchanan

The autumnal equinox might bring shorter days, but it hasn’t unduly affected the fishing on Grand Mesa. Phil Trimm of Western Anglers (244-8658) recently spent a day on several lakes on the Cedaredge side of Grand Mesa, fishing scuds ...

No protections for Gunnison sage grouse

By The AP

DENVER — Federal wildlife officials say the Gunnison sage-grouse should be protected but there aren’t enough resources to do so now. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service said today that there is sufficient data to propose threatened ...

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