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Cops investigating suspicious death in Fruitvale

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The Mesa County Sheriff’s Department is investigating the death of an adult male whose body was found this morning inside a Fruitvale apartment. Sheriff’s spokeswoman Mary Gonzales said an individual called police at 6:20 a.m. to ...

E-mail letters, August 1, 2011

By Staff

Seniors can help their grandchildren’s future It’s time to get in front of seniors and challenge them to educate themselves politically and do what’s right for their grandchildren in the next election. America’s debt ...

Solar array may be located at radioactive site

By The AP

DURANGO — The U.S. Department of Energy is considering a solar-panel array at a site where radioactive material from an old uranium processing plant is buried. The development at Bodo Canyon would cover 21 acres of the site southwest of ...

Mavericks picked sixth in RMAC football poll

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Mesa State College, which will play its first season as Colorado Mesa University this fall, was picked to finish sixth in the RMAC football poll. The conference coaches poll favors Nebraska-Kearney to repeat as RMAC champion in its final year ...

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SNOW LEOPARD REVISITED: Retracing the route of a biological, spiritual quest

By Dennis Webb

Story and photos by DENNIS WEBB Expect nothing.” So a spiritual mentor advised author Peter Matthiessen before he set out 38 years ago to accompany renowned biologist George Schaller to the Dolpo region of Nepal. Their journey became ...

New car seat laws go into effect

By The AP

DENVER – Car-seat requirements in Colorado got tougher today. A new state requirement being enforced Aug. 1 raises the car-seat requirement to age 8. Previously, children have had to be in car seats through age 6. The expanded child ...

Admission to state parks free today

By The AP

DENVER – Admission is free on today to 42 state parks. The free admission is to celebrate Colorado Day marking the day when President Ulysses S. Grant granted statehood in 1876. All other fees, including camping and reservations, ...

More students can take plunge into college waters

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School-district-funded college courses, once available only to Colorado’s 11th- and 12th-graders, will be open to ninth-graders through 21-year-olds beginning this fall. Two bills that passed in 2009 in the state Legislature changed ...

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Retired Multz continues writing about law

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Attorneys across Colorado owe Grand Junction lawyer Carroll Multz a debt of gratitude when they glean an insight from the pages of The Colorado Lawyer or from a continuing-education class. Multz, whose contributions to the practice of law ...

Company accused of abandoning Rio Blanco well sites

By Dennis Webb

An energy company is accused of having walked away from operations in Rio Blanco County, leaving behind eight wells needing attention and pads that must be cleaned up and reclaimed. Violations being alleged against West Hawk Energy (USA) LLC ...

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