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Colorado snowpack lowest in decade

By Dennis Webb

Colorado’s snowpack as of the start of the year was at its lowest point in a decade for that point in the season, the Natural Resources Conservation Service says. As of Jan. 1, the state’s snowpack was 71 percent of average. ...


Portrait Gallery: Terry Shepherd

By Melinda Mawdsley

Before Terry Shepherd produced perfect platters, he put out misshapen mugs. “We all start in the same place,” Shepherd said with a smile recently at his studio space. Now in his 41st year as a professional ceramic artist, ...


Music Scene: Jan. 6-12

By Staff

By TAMMY GEMAEHLICH Rising Texas artist Bri Bagwell and guest Morgan Crouse from Loma will play an intimate night of music to benefit the St. Mary’s Cancer Survivorship Program. “Healing with Strings, A Warm Winter’s ...

Email letters, Jan. 9, 2012

By Staff

A healthy mouth can mean a healthier Colorado economy While many Coloradans focus on their 2012 New Year’s resolutions, community and public health leaders across the state are pledging to improve the oral health of all Coloradans. ...

Doctors could get bonus for Medicare savings

By The AP

DENVER — Colorado doctors are being offered a bonus if they can save the federal government money for treating Medicare patients. Health care providers plan to add nurses, social workers and new software that will track hospital ...

Company developing no-needle dental anesthetic

By The AP

FORT COLLINS — A Colorado company is hoping to market a needle-free dental anesthetic. St. Renatus LLC said Monday it has been given up to $3.5 million from an investment group for clinical trials. Chief executive officer Steve Merrick ...


Grand Junction student awarded expense-paid trip through Europe

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Grand Junction High School ninth-grader Viviane Turman will travel through Austria, France, Italy and Switzerland this summer without paying a dime for flights, housing and most meals. The 15-year-old is Colorado’s recipient of a 50 for ...

Opposition mounts to Xcel rate hike request

By Charles Ashby

Xcel Energy is asking the Colorado Public Utilities Commission to approve a temporary rate increase of up to $100 million to help it to recover costs it hasn’t yet incurred. The company said its current rates “are insufficient to ...

Mesa County felonies decline in 2011

By Paul Shockley

Felony criminal-case filings in Mesa County continued to decline in 2011, which recorded the fewest such cases in six years. Twenty-first Judicial District Administrator Sandra Casselberry said Thursday her staff opened 1,452 felony case ...

The circus and the sideshows that promise to occupy state lawmakers

By Jim Spehar

“The Legislature is a circus that is dominated by its sideshows.” — former Colorado House Speaker Ron Strahle, R-Fort Collins. It might have been appropriate to use the old cliché that we should all lock our doors ...

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