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Studesville says Orton still his starter

By The AP

ENGLEWOOD — Denver Broncos interim coach Eric Studesville says he’s sticking with slumping quarterback Kyle Orton as his starter. Studesville left the door open just a crack to the possibility that first-round draft pick Tim Tebow ...

Homegrown: Ash tree disease

By Dennis Hill

I’m wondering if I should I invest in an ash tree with the ash tree disease I have read about? What can you tell me about them? — Thank you, Laura I think maybe what you’ve heard about is actually an insect called an ...

Colo. health care lawsuit similar to Virginia’s

By The AP

DENVER — Colorado’s joint lawsuit challenging the Obama administration’s health care law is similar to the case won by Virginia’s attorney general. A federal judge sided with Virginia Attorney General Kenneth ...

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Homemade gifts a thoughtful gesture or just a crocheted cry for help?

By Rachel Sauer

Dear Sanity Journal, “I have always thought of Christmas time, when it has come round,” Charles Dickens wrote, “as a good time; a kind, forgiving, charitable time; the only time I know of, in the long calendar of the year, ...

Man wanted in connection with Moab slaying

By Paul Shockley

An arrest warrant has issued in the fatal stabbing of a man outside a Moab restaurant early Sunday, Moab Police Chief Mike Navarre said this morning. Andrew Todd Curtis, 34, of Moab, is wanted on suspicion of murder, aggravated assault, and ...

Feds say wolverines need protection

By The AP

HELENA, Mont. — Wolverines should be added to the list of endangered and threatened species, but other species considered in greater danger will prevent the small, ferocious mammal from protection for now, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife ...

Private meetings between trustees possibly illegal

By William Woody

MONTROSE — A series of private meetings between Montrose Memorial Hospital trustees prior to approving a new hospital lease this fall may have violated open-meeting laws, according to an attorney for the Colorado Press Association. Two ...

PUC vote pits coal vs. natural gas industries

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The Colorado coal mining industry plans to fight a government-ordered change from coal-fired to natural gas-fired electricity on the Front Range. The Colorado Public Utilities Commission is to take a final vote Wednesday on carrying out House ...

DA staff caught in county data breach

By Paul Shockley

Information associated with staff of the Mesa County District Attorney’s Office was among records exposed online in Mesa County’s massive data breach, prosecutors said Sunday. District Attorney Pete Hautzinger said names, dates of ...

Meis tried to sway cop about ticket

By Paul Shockley

Stopped for speeding by a Grand Junction Police Department officer, Mesa County Commissioner Craig Meis raised his elected position with the officer, but insisted he wasn’t trying to influence the officer’s handling of the ...

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