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CATCUS CANYON DINNER 11-24

Blotter, Nov. 25, 2009

By Staff

Predatory lenders targeted The Office of the Colorado Attorney General is taking action against 10 loan-modification firms doing business in Colorado as part of an effort to crack down on loan-modification companies preying on Coloradans in ...


Sailors ready for 3A semis

By Staff

Who better to get a handle on Saturday’s Steamboat Springs-Pueblo Central Class 3A high school football playoff game than a team that played them both this season? The Sailors and Wildcats square off at 1 p.m. on Saturday at ...


Death Notices, Nov. 24, 2009

By Staff

Scott R. Lomme, 51, Clifton, died Nov. 22, 2009, at Hospice Care Center. Services will be at 2 p.m. Wednesday at Mesa-Molina Cemetery in Mesa. Mr. Lomme was a carpenter. Survivors include a parent, Hester; two brothers, Darwin L. of Salt ...


Bennet Michael Mug

Bill’s passage trumps job, senator says

By {screen_name}

A vow by Sen. Michael Bennet, D-Colo., that he would vote for a health care package even if he had powerful reason to believe it would doom his election bid is drawing fire from at least one opponent. Bennet answered “Yes” when ...


Now’s the time to review your Medicare coverage

By Amy Hamilton

Colorado’s 574,263 Medicare beneficiaries would be wise to review their coverage this year and make changes, if necessary. Each year, during the annual open enrollment period — Nov. 15 to Dec. 31 — beneficiaries are advised ...


Missing Montrose man dies in crash

By Paul Shockley

An 82-year-old Montrose man who had been missing for two weeks was found dead Thursday, apparently the victim of a one-car accident on Red Mountain Pass. The body of Thomas Boylan Sr. was found restrained by a seat belt inside his 1990 ...


SustainAbility: Economics of Peace Conference I

By Adele Israel

Exit polls from recent elections in Virginia and New Jersey showed the vast majority of voters are anxious about the direction of our nation’s economy. They should be worried because our present economic path is not sustainable. The ...


GJ residents talk of tracing lineage to the Mayflower

By Ann Wright

Sometime during every Thanksgiving dinner, Gary Parrott’s mother would remark, “This is just like what our ancestors did back in 1621.” Her comment went right over Parrott’s head until his mother became ill in 2000 and ...


ALTERED BY AMBER 11-23

Online sales to keep business going after college class

By Emily Shockley

Like many college students, Amber Rich spends a lot of her time on Facebook. Unlike many of her peers, though, she’s on the site to drum up business. Rich, 22, started selling rings, vintage clothes and altered clothes with touches ...


SustainAbility: Economics of Peace Conference III

By Adele Israel

Attending the Economics of Peace Conference last month was a powerful experience, and my previous columns have only scratched the surface. Being around more than 200 people passionately engaged in improving the world was exciting. My account ...


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