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Man charged after cooking own meal at Denny’s

By The Associated Press

MADISON, Wis. — Police say a Wisconsin man took the Denny’s restaurant chain slogan “American’s diner is always open” too far, marching into one of the restaurants, announcing he was the new boss and cooking ...


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Pros, cons to winter weather, to put it mildly

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A cold bite of gelato wasn’t an easy sell during Gelato Junction’s first three winters in business. This year, with temperatures in the 40s and 50s making regular appearances in the forecast, owner Paula Hawkins said more people ...


CMU grad named to head winemakers’ group

By Dave Buchanan

Cassidee Shull, a 2011 graduate of Colorado Mesa University, has been named executive director of the Colorado Association of Viticulture and Enology, commonly known as CAVE. As head of the non-profit trade association for Colorado winemakers ...


Go big or go home

By The Daily Sentinel

President Barack Obama and GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney both released plans this week that would make important changes to the U.S. tax code. The problem with both of them, however, is that they only nibble at the edges of this ...


Pipeline plan flaming out?

By The Daily Sentinel

When the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers last summer rejected a permit for a proposed pipeline to take water from Flaming Gorge Reservoir in Wyoming, pipe it across southern Wyoming and deliver it to Colorado’s Front Range, developer Aaron ...


Printed letters, Feb. 24, 2012

By Staff

I was disappointed to read the comments made by Alan Simpson at the Colorado Mesa University campus this week about some of the Republican candidates. As a former Republican U.S. senator, he should not be in the business of name calling fellow ...


School district double standard exposed in flap over choir song

By Josh Penry

Indulge me for a second, if you would. Put your morning coffee down, walk over to your couch, sit down, lean back and close your eyes. Now, join me in imagining the face of young James Harper — you know, the crooning Grand Junction High ...


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University radio station competing for coveted award

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

It’s a bit of justification for the DJs at Colorado Mesa University’s student-run radio station, KMSA, to be nominated into the mtvU’s Top 25 for the Best College Radio Station Woodie Award. Especially when they have a hard ...


High winds, snow heading out of Colorado

By The Associated Press

DENVER — Strong bands of snow that closed major highways, knocked out power to thousands of customers and raised avalanche danger across Colorado headed out of the state on Thursday. The storm was moving along a day after fierce winds ...


Basalt teacher resigns over alleged sex with student

By Dennis Webb

A Basalt High School teacher resigned Wednesday, hours before she faced the likelihood of being fired for an alleged sexual relationship with a male student. Lauren Redfern e-mailed a letter notifying the Roaring Fork School District of her ...


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