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U.S. House passes budget deal; Tipton votes ‘no’

By The AP

WASHINGTON — The House gave strong bipartisan approval today to a record $38 billion in cuts from hundreds of domestic programs, clearing the way for a final vote in the Senate on the first major compromise between President Barack Obama ...

Tiara Rado Men’s Club April 14, 2011

By Staff

Tiara Rado Men's League - April 14, 2011 Two Man Best Ball F9 - Flight 1 1st Gross Team 36 - Bill H., Paul F. 32 2nd Gross Team 19 - Dean R., Jim ...

Coal exemption from roadless proposal debated

By Dennis Webb

Accommodations for coal mining in the North Fork Valley are a point of contention in a newly proposed U.S. Forest Service roadless rule for Colorado. The proposal, released today for a 90-day public comment period, is designed to protect some ...

BLM, disabled reach deal

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The Bureau of Land Management and Disabled Sports USA have reached an agreement to encourage wounded veterans and disabled people to use public lands. The agreement creates a framework for programs and activities designed to increase the ...

CO House gives final approval to $18B budget

By The AP

DENVER — Colorado’s House has given final approval to an $18 billion spending plan for next year, leaving a spending agreement worked out last week mostly intact. The budget passed 50-14 today after lawmakers from both parties ...

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Over the Top: Asleep on the job

By Bob Silbernagel

Bob’s drowsy on the job, making him a perfect candidate for an air traffic controller position.  ...

Utah uranium mill proponent loses water rights bid

By The AP

GREEN RIVER, Utah — Utah is denying water rights to a proposed uranium mill near the city of Green River. But an Emery County official says the Mancos Resources Inc. mill might be able to get the water it needs elsewhere. County ...

Colorado roadless proposal ups extra protections

By Dennis Webb

A new U.S. Forest Service proposal would more than double the acreage the state of Colorado has recommended for protections greater than those provided under the 2001 national Roadless Rule. The Forest Service today kicked off a 90-day public ...

More people apply for unemployment benefits

By The AP

WASHINGTON — More people applied for unemployment benefits last week, the first increase in three weeks. The government says applications for unemployment benefits rose 27,000 to a seasonally adjusted 412,000 for the week ended April ...

CO dome repairs face delay amid weak fundraising

By The AP

DENVER — Repairs to Colorado’s Capitol dome are facing a six-month delay as expenses to restore the rusting cast-iron dome mount and private fundraising lags. An update to state lawmakers today took on the atmosphere of a ...

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