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Colo. mountains could get up to 8 feet of snow

By The AP

DENVER — Forecasters are predicting snowfall of “epic proportions” in parts of western Colorado. The National Weather Service says the top of the Grand Mesa and areas around Crested Butte above 9,000 feet could have 6 to 8 ...


Girl, 11, seriously injured in Colo tour bus crash

By The AP

GUNNISON — An 11-year-old girl was seriously injured and seven other passengers had moderate injuries after their tour bus veered off an icy mountain highway in central Colorado, the Colorado State Patrol said Sunday. The 47-year-old ...


Vail, Beaver Creek lift tickets cross $100 mark

By The AP

ASPEN — Ski lift tickets have crossed the $100 mark at Vail Mountain and Beaver Creek. The websites for both resorts say a single-day lift ticket at the ticket window is $102 through Dec. 25. That rises to $108 from Dec. 26-Dec. 31 ...


Colo. legislators vary on seeking per diem in 2010

By The AP

DENVER — All Colorado legislators can seek per diem to help defray expenses, but some went without in 2010. Lawmakers from outside the Denver metro area can receive a per diem of $150 daily, while metro-area lawmakers can get $45 ...


Legislators hope redistricting process goes more smoothly this time around

By Charles Ashby

In an effort to avoid the same heated bickering over congressional redistricting they had the last time those lines were drawn, state lawmakers plan to form a bipartisan panel to decide the highly partisan issue. House and Senate leaders ...


Powderhorn hopes to open, with heavy snow forecast

By Melinda Mawdsley

Powderhorn Ski Resort officials have their skis crossed that a weekend of snow and cold temperatures, coupled with a promising forecast, will allow the ski area to open Tuesday. “We are hopeful,” Powderhorn spokeswoman Sarah Allen ...


Executive assistant seeks leniency for testimony against Lochmiller

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The executive assistant to the owner of failed Valley Investments will lead a federal jury through the operations of the company headed by a man who had been convicted once for securities fraud. As a result, Shawnee Carver will have two ...


Felony cases drop in county

By Paul Shockley

With 2010 felony prosecutions in Mesa County on pace to drop to levels not seen in six years, District Attorney Pete Hautzinger suggests the county’s campaign against methamphetamine continues to show results. “It’s the one ...


Report dismisses claim that BLM is hampering drilling rule enforcement

By Dennis Webb

An Interior Department investigation has found little substance to allegations that some Bureau of Land Management supervisors discourage oil and gas inspectors from taking enforcement actions against companies. However, the ...


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KAFM raising funds to pay for improving studio, signal

By Melinda Mawdsley

The federal government has given KAFM radio the gift it most wanted. Earlier this year, the Federal Communications Commission decided that KAFM, a Grand Junction station at 88.1, could increase its power from 16 to 300 ...


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