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SustainAbility: Outdoor dining

By Adele Israel

The easy living of summertime ushers in outdoor dining replete with disposable plates, utensils and cups. Compostable foodware is cropping up all over the Grand Valley as a sustainable alternative to disposables. While compostable dining ...


Homegrown: Petunias, rose shrubs

By Dennis Hill

I have some petunias that I kept indoors over the winter. They have developed a cream-colored, almost sandy-feeling substance on them. What is it and what should I do? — Michelle I’m not sure what’s going on with your ...


Neslin reappointed to oil, gas regulatory job

By Dennis Webb

The state regulator who has been integral to the rewriting and implementation of Colorado’s oil and gas development rules will remain in his job. Mike King, executive director of the state Department of Natural Resources, said this ...


Health Department cites lower infection rates

By Duffy Hayes

DENVER — The Colorado health department says a new study shows lower infection rates when compared to hospitals nationwide. According to the report, Colorado health care facilities had 40 percent fewer infections associated with heart ...


Colorado looks to expand potato exports in Mexico

By The AP

DENVER — Colorado agriculture officials say they want to work on expanding the state’s potato exports throughout Mexico. Officials said today that Colorado already supplies about 44 percent of the fresh potatoes Mexico buys. But ...


Big names in Aspen for Ideas Festival

By The AP

ASPEN — The brightest minds in politics, technology, academia and economics are among those in Aspen this week for the annual Ideas Festival. As always, it’s an eclectic lineup of speakers. This year’s roster ranges from ...


Effort to form Flaming Gorge task force under fire

By The AP

DENVER — Officials representing Colorado river basins are set to meet Wednesday to consider forming a task force to study proposals to build a pipeline from Wyoming’s Flaming Gorge Reservoir to Colorado. Some conservationists say ...


Retreat of billionaire Koch brothers keeps political foes restive

By Charles Ashby

The billionaire oil magnate brothers Charles and David Koch convened one of their so-called secret meetings in the Beaver Creek area this weekend, and progressives from around the state were in the area protesting it. Problem is, they ...


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Teen’s valiant struggle inspires family to help others in same situation

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Some day, perhaps today, a physician will cut a hole into a young patient’s skull, insert a catheter and feed in a toxic brew aimed at killing a nasty fungal infection of the brain, all without killing the patient. The reason a ...


County hopes to eliminate paper trail, delays

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Mesa County is expected to roll out a new electronic-records system this fall that should make it cheaper and easier for builders and residents to obtain development applications and permits. Officials in the county Planning and Economic ...


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