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E-mail letters, Feb. 11, 2011

By Staff

Tri-State line difficulties foreshadow wind, solar If Tri State Generation and Transmission Association is having problems finding an acceptable swath of land to run a 13-mile-long transmission line, imagine what will happen when we start ...


Colorado National Monument meeting set

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Sen. Mark Udall, D-Colo., will host a listening session later this month in Grand Junction on whether to change Colorado National Monument to a national park. Udall, who last year voiced interest in the idea, set the meeting to gather comment ...


Schools survive midyear CO spending cuts

By The AP

DENVER — Schools are safe but local governments are not under a midyear spending plan that sparked the first detailed debate of the year in Colorado’s Legislature. The state Senate gave preliminary approval today to a series of ...


Lawyers: Law on lying gives govt. too much power

By The AP

DENVER — Attorneys for a Colorado man who falsely claimed to be a decorated war veteran say a law making such lies illegal gives the government too much power to regulate speech. Lawyers for Rick Strandlof filed a brief with a Denver ...


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Former Montrose DA slated for trial

By Paul Shockley

Former Montrose District Attorney Myrl Serra will stand trial in July on sexual misconduct allegations involving three women who once worked for him. After a preliminary hearing this morning, Chief Mesa County Judge David Bottger ruled ...


Land near reservoir pulled from CO energy auction

By The AP

DENVER — Two parcels next to a reservoir that supplies water to Denver won’t be auctioned off for oil and gas development next week. A spokeswoman for the Colorado State Land Board said today that staffers have removed the land ...


Forsberg to make season debut

By The AP

COLUMBUS, Ohio — Peter Forsberg is expected to play in his first NHL game since 2007-08 when the Colorado Avalanche play at the Columbus Blue Jackets tonight. The team confirmed the Swedish star, a former Hart Trophy winner as league ...


US rig count down by 18 this week; Colo. loses 4

By The AP

HOUSTON — The number of rigs actively exploring for oil and natural gas in the U.S. decreased by 18 this week to 1,721. Houston-based Baker Hughes Inc. reported today that 906 rigs were exploring for gas and 805 for oil. Ten were listed ...


Calendar: Week of Feb. 11, 2011

By The AP

FRIDAY, FEB. 11 Potcheen, Celtic pirate rock, 10 p.m., Naggy McGee’s, 359 Colorado Ave., 424-5840. Drum circle, 7 p.m., Mirth Fruita, 201 E. Aspen Ave., 234-9990. “Sondheim Spectacular,” songs from Broadway musicals ...


TCS Marketing Group, Inc.

By Staff

It takes a special kind of company to do what we’ve been doing since 1996. It takes TCS. TCS is the most trusted name in marketing, web site development and e-commerce solutions in the Grand Valley. We are the area’s largest and ...


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