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Kym’s League Golf Results July 7, 2011

By Staff

Kym's League - July 7, 2011 Low Net 1st Wanda Thesing 25 T2nd Donna Riddle 26 T2nd Pam ...


Feds: Serious problems with Colo. welfare computer

By The AP

DENVER — Nearly seven years after it came online, a federal audit of the state’s welfare computer system says it has “serious” problems. Results of the audit of the Colorado Benefits Management System were released ...


Study ranks Colo. lowest in obesity

By The AP

DENVER — A new study ranks Colorado as the least obese state in the nation. Two public health groups, the Trust for America’s Health (TFAH) and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, released a study today which says that Colorado ...


Hotchkiss rancher before Congress on USDA rule

By Duffy Hayes

DENVER — A Colorado rancher is in Washington to tell Congress about a proposed rule that she says would hurt beef producers. Robbie LeValley of LeValley Ranch in Hotchkiss is testifying this morning before the Agriculture, Energy and ...


Board of new Colo. parks, wildlife division meets

By The AP

DENVER — Members of the new Colorado Parks and Wildlife Board have chosen their officers in their first meeting since the former Colorado Division of Wildlife and Colorado State Parks merged July 1. Gov. John Hickenlooper had suggested ...


LOCHMILLER Phil mug use

Lochmiller cast as predator, victim in opening arguments at trial

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DENVER — Philip Rand Lochmiller preyed on the hopes of his investors as he operated Valley Investments in Grand Junction like a private bank for himself and his family, prosecutors told a federal jury Wednesday. Hardly so, countered ...


Hickenlooper fires casino panel over cut in gaming tax

By Charles Ashby

Saying he didn’t care for its reduction of the state’s gaming tax, Gov. John Hickenlooper fired the five-member panel that oversees the state’s casinos Wednesday. In May, the Colorado Limited Gaming Control Commission ...


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Trail users stuck at water’s edge awhile

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Local and federal government agencies tasked with maintaining dozens of miles of riverside hiking and biking trails on the Western Slope face expensive repair bills this summer, as raging rivers swollen with snowmelt have washed out several ...


Sentinel Printing crash 070

Car plows into building on Ute

By Rachel Sauer

The first time it happened, Ron Scribner turned on the morning TV news and saw a car jutting from the front window of his business, Sentinel Printing Co., recalled his son, Ralph Scribner. “I said, ‘We need to put a rock ...


Group asks Grand Junction council to stand firmly behind TABOR

By Amy Hamilton

The head of a local chapter that advocates for limited government regulations but supports business asked Grand Junction City Council members Wednesday night to pass a resolution that supports the Taxpayer’s Bill of Rights. Kelly Sloan, ...


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