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‘Bobby’ festival organizers plan open forum tonight

By Staff

The organizers of a planned free country music event later this summer in Loma have scheduled an open community forum for tonight. Bobby Willis — the man behind the Bobby’s Birthday Bash event planned for the same weekend as ...


Colo. pot DUIs bill gets first hearing at Capitol

By The AP

DENVER — Colorado lawmakers will consider a bill that sets a blood-content threshold for what constitutes being too high to drive. A House committee with hear the first testimony today on a bill that would allow prosecutors to charge a ...


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Liquor store reopens after fire damage

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

Just three weeks after a large fire caused smoke damage to all the inventory, Pete’s House of Spirits will reopen for business Friday. The fire, which originated in a courtyard behind the building at 1560 North Ave., took place Feb. ...


Court hears fight over Colo. roadless drilling

By The AP

DENVER — A coalition that’s trying to keep new coal-bed methane wells off roadless areas in southwest Colorado is making its case in court. The coalition of groups representing landowners, hunters, farmers and others is appealing ...


Officer, suspect killed in standoff near Limon

By The AP

LIMON — Gunfire erupted as police tried to serve a warrant on a man in an eastern Colorado trailer park, leaving a 27-year-old police officer dead and setting up an hours-long standoff that ended with the gunman killing himself, ...


Colorado employees to share toll of pay cuts

By The AP

DENVER — Colorado state employees are headed to the Capitol to tell state lawmakers that increasing their retirement contribution rates is a pay cut. The House Finance Committee is hearing today from state employees who are being asked ...


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Bill would force Xcel to stop tiered rate plan

By Charles Ashby

DENVER — A bill that would end Xcel Energy Inc.‘s practice of using a tiered rate plan when charging for electricity had supporters and opponents claiming they were speaking on behalf of consumers Wednesday. Supporters of the ...


Business battle in store for Palisade

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When the Palisade Town Board unanimously authorized Town Administrator Tim Sarmo to sell a slice of town property for development last month, it did so in a way that town officials say allowed them to legally skirt rules that otherwise would ...


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Owner considering selling his Palisade grocery store

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As the proprietor of the only independent, locally owned grocery store in the Grand Valley, Kelly Myers is familiar with battles. For 23 years, the owner of Palisade’s Family Food Town has held his own against the big supermarket ...


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Delta County man gives his side of road confrontation

By William Woody

MONTROSE — Delta County resident Paul Johnson testified Wednesday afternoon that his neighbor, John Wool, is a “bully,” and that he acted in self-defense when he sprayed Wool in the face with bear pepper spray. Johnson, 66, ...


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