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SustainAbility: Protecting our outdoors

By Adele Israel

The sun was warm, the air was brisk and the views were magnificent. Last week, friends and I hiked on Colorado National Monument, up Thoroughfare Canyon to a waterfall looming like a towering ice sculpture. We are so fortunate to have this ...

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Girl Scouts learn business, life skills one box of goodies at a time

By Rachel Sauer

Knock-knock-knock. The door to townhouse No. 1 opened about a foot and an older man’s face appeared in the space. He warily asked, “Yes?” “Hi, my name is Anna, I’m with Girl Scout Troop 42. Would you like to buy ...

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Student of the Week: CHS senior Bailey Carlson

By Staff

GPA: 3.67 After-school activities: Marching band, youth group, theater, Ultimate Frisbee. Favorite book: “Killing Cousins” by Torie O’Shea. Favorite TV show: “Bones.” Favorite band or musician: ...

Monument fees to rise

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Visiting Colorado National Monument will cost a bit more when May rolls around, as the monument increases its fees for the first time in six years. Entrance fees will rise May 2 from $7 to $10 per vehicle and pedestrian and cyclist entrance ...

Julie M. Gillis, DDS PC

By Staff

Dr. Julie Gillis has been practicing cosmetic and restorative dentistry in Grand Junction since 1989. After working as an associate in an established practice for two years, Dr. Gillis opened her own practice with three staff members in 1991. ...

Colo. senator unveils plan to prevent school cuts

By The AP

DENVER — A Colorado Democrat who has said he’ll propose a possible tax to avoid education cuts plans to give new details about his plan. Boulder Sen. Rollie Heath says he has a plan to protect schools from additional budget cuts ...

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‘Biggest Loser’ auditions in Denver

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

NBC’s “The Biggest Loser” will have open auditions for the show this weekend in Denver. The show is seeking teams of two or individuals who have at least 100 pounds to lose plus possess a charismatic personality and desire ...

BLM halts Nev. wild-horse roundup short of goal

By The AP

RENO, Nev. — A day after announcing it would scale back costly roundups of wild horses across the West, the U.S. Bureau of Land Management abruptly halted a controversial gather of mustangs in northeastern Nevada. The roundup ended ...

Hickenlooper in DC for national governor’s meeting

By The AP

DENVER — Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper is in Washington for the National Governors Association. Hickenlooper and other governors plan to return to the White House today to meet with President Barack Obama, vice president Joe Biden and ...

Trial begins in Utah oil-gas lease auction case

By The AP

SALT LAKE CITY — About 400 environmental activists marched to the federal courthouse today to support a man facing trial this week on charges that he thwarted a 2008 oil-and-gas lease auction to bring attention to climate change. Tim ...

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