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Blurred lines: Parties split on redrawing congressional boundaries

By Charles Ashby

When it first started out, the bipartisan legislative panel to redraw congressional districts was known around the Colorado Capitol as the “Kumbaya Committee” because lawmakers on it seemed to be getting along. But after Democrats ...

Blotter, April 20, 2011

By Staff

Thief raids golf machine For the second time in a few days, someone broke into the range-ball vending machine at Tiara Rado Golf Course, 2057 S. Broadway, and stole money, according to the Grand Junction Police Department. Less than $1,000 ...

Convenience beer bill dies after support erodes

By Charles Ashby

Realizing that she lost whatever support she once had on her measure to allow convenience stores to sell full-strength beer, Sen. Betty Boyd killed her own bill Tuesday. The Lakewood Democrat said support quickly eroded after she introduced ...

Xcel tiered rate plan debated in House

By Charles Ashby

Xcel Energy’s tiered rate has caused consumers to pay higher utility bills than they should, Rep. Ray Scott told the Colorado House on Tuesday. Not so, said Rep. Max Tyler, D-Golden. The utility’s summertime rates are designed to ...

Poll: Most homeless are not transients

By Amy Hamilton

Homelessness in the Grand Valley continues to pose challenges, according to a study conducted by the Grand Valley Coalition for the Homeless. A survey released Tuesday reports statistics on homeless people who were interviewed by volunteers ...

Athletic fee waivers stay; cap introduced

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School District 51 will continue to waive fees next year for athletes who are homeless or in foster care, even as the district plans to increase athletic fees by $20 for middle school students and $40 for high school students. Athletic fees ...

Glenwood Springs blanks league rival Palisade in girls soccer

By Staff

Palisade limited the Glenwood Springs High School girls soccer team to three goals, but it wasn’t enough Tuesday night in Glenwood Springs. The Demons defeated Palisade 3-0 in a Western Slope League game. It was the Demons’ sixth ...

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Rivals get stingy: Flick’s net play key in Tigers’ close victory over Wildcats

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Grand Junction goalkeeper Kolton Flick knew he needed to cut down on the number of goals he allowed. He didn’t realize how much of a difference that would make. The Grand Junction sophomore made eight saves Tuesday night as the Tigers ...

Bulldogs back on track with wins over Demons

By Patrick Bahr

In every game, the Palisade High School baseball team is trying to overcome the 2-6 start it had to the season. Tuesday at Suplizio Field, the Bulldogs continued to put the start of the season in the past with an 11-0 five-inning win over ...

RMAC Baseball standings, April 19, 2011

By Staff

RMAC Standings Mountain Division RMAC Overall W L Pct. W L Pct. Mesa State 20 8 .714 22 12 .647 Metro State 17 10 .630 21 11 .656 CSU-Pueblo 17 11 .607 22 16 .579 Colorado Mines 9 17 .346 11 24 .314 Plains ...

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