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Board expected to OK new Colorado Natural Areas

By Dave Buchanan

Three new Colorado Natural Areas, including a key stronghold for Gunnison sage-grouse in San Miguel County, are expected to be approved this week when the Colorado Parks and Wildlife Commission meets in Fort Collins. The meeting is set for ...


Slopes to rentals, new offerings to be discovered at area resorts

By Dave Buchanan

Is it simply coincidence that every new ski season starts around Christmas? The excitement of new boots or skis or boards is more than matched each year by the many new offerings waiting for you at your favorite resort. That should be ...

Holiday dishes, with a dash of pomegranate

By Dixie Burmeister

Years ago, we were invited to join a friend’s family tradition of having a holiday soup buffet with family and friends. Some were asked to bring a pot of a favorite soup along with the written recipe. The hosts had wonderful salads, ...


Trip to Greece leaves hunger for galaktoboureko

By Rachel Sauer

Three years ago, Christine Gallagher was sitting on a rocky, deserted beach on the island of Antiparos in Greece. The others in her group, including her husband, Gordon, were out swimming, but that’s not really her thing so she stayed on ...

Colorado delays paying energy-saving rebates

By The AP

DENVER — Thousands of Coloradans who were promised up to $700 in government rebates for buying energy-saving furnaces or insulation are still waiting for their rebates. Some people have been waiting for up to a year. The ...

Pet owners warned about animal poisonings

By The AP

DENVER — Pet owners in three communities are being warned to be on the lookout for poisoned food. At least three homes were targeted with poisoned meatballs near the University of Denver campus this week and several dogs have gotten ...

Colorado to test new Obama immigration rules

By The AP

DENVER — Immigrant rights groups plan to outline the Obama administration’s new deportation policy that would allow qualified illegal immigrants facing expulsion to be classified as low priority for immigration enforcement and have ...

Colorado falls short on mental health treatment

By The AP

DENVER — A new report says about a third of Colorado residents need mental health or substance abuse treatment, but programs are underfunded. The report was commissioned by four organizations that advocate for health care. According to ...


Reunion on Pearl Harbor day

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

When Kenneth Allen heard the first bombs hitting Pearl Harbor 70 years ago, he thought it was probably part of maneuvers performed by the many soldiers who were receiving basic training in the area. Just a few miles from the harbor, Allen, ...

Business owners: Pay us our money

By Amy Hamilton

Two local businesses claim they have not been paid for their work in completing a perimeter fence around Grand Junction Regional Airport. Upland Gravel, 152 32 Road, said it did not receive $255,653 owed to it by Nationwide Construction ...

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