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Runoff wreaked havoc on national forest

By Dennis Webb

Recent high water and fast streamflows caused extensive damage to bridges, roads, water-diversion infrastructure, campgrounds and other facilities in the White River National Forest, the U.S. Forest Service says. Forest engineers report that ...


Gulf oil spill is not an opportunity for Obama

By The Daily Sentinel

It’s no surprise that Republicans and even a few leading Democrats took exception to President Barack Obama’s attempt this week to link the oil spill disaster in the Gulf of Mexico to climate-change legislation long stalled in the ...


Tiara Rado Men’s Club June 17, 2010

By Staff

Tiara Rado Men's League - June 17, 2010 Low Gross / Low Net - Front 9 - Flight 1 1st Gross Jim Bruner 33 2nd Gross Steve ...


Utah headed to Pac-10

By The AP

SALT LAKE CITY — The University of Utah accepted an invitation today to become the 12th member of the newly expanded Pac-10 Conference. “Today is an absolutely great day to be a Ute,” athletic director Chris Hill said before ...


061610 meth bust mugs

Meth profit put at $300,000 monthly

By Paul Shockley

A local organization with ties to Denver and Mexico pumped up to 5 pounds of methamphetamine into the Grand Valley on a weekly basis, while returning $300,000 per month in profits to Mexico, a prosecutor told a judge Wednesday. Dawn Michelle ...


Colo. delays Medicaid payments

By The AP

DENVER — Payments to doctors and clinics taking care of the state’s neediest patients are being delayed. Physicians treating patients with the health-insurance plan for the poor will not receive normally scheduled payments on June ...


CU regents consider gun ban appeal

By The AP

BOULDER — University of Colorado regents are expected to decide next week whether to fight to protect a gun ban on campus. The state appeals court ruled against the ban in April, siding with a gun-rights group in finding that it ...


faulkner airport 061710

Family of bin Laden hunter told to expect man’s release ‘soon’

By Paul Shockley

An official with the U.S. embassy in Pakistan today said Gary Brooks Faulkner should be released soon, but offered no time frame, according to Faulkner’s family in Grand Junction. John Martin, Faulkner’s brother-in-law, said the ...


Colorado State University offering tuition breaks

By The AP

DENVER — Colorado State University is offering tuition breaks to students from the middle class. System chancellor Joe Blake says Colorado undergraduate students whose families earn up to $57,000 a year will get half off their tuition ...


061710 Math camp MOJO

Engineering camp inspires green ideas

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

Elementary school students are learning about renewable resources and thinking of big ideas for sustainable energy production at the Math and Science Center’s “Wild for Engineering” camp this week. “They are thinking ...


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