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Supporters tout Colo. Monument as national park

By The AP

COLORADO NATIONAL MONUMENT — On the eve of its 100th birthday, Colorado National Monument is being pushed for an upgrade to a national park. Supporters say a name change would bring the western Colorado monument, with its 32 square ...


Printed letters, Dec. 12, 2010

By Staff

Kudos to the Colorado Public Utilities Commission for its efforts to ensure every Coloradan can breathe cleaner air. Its decision Thursday to implement the Clean Air-Clean Jobs Act and embrace abundant natural gas will reduce air pollution, ...


Hamming it up on Capitol Hill

By The Daily Sentinel

Remember those innocent days of long ago — say, just after the November elections — when it seemed possible Congress might actually take action on its penchant for pork-barrel spending? Don’t hold your breath. Late last ...


Sustainable Rifle

By The Daily Sentinel

Gov. Bill Ritter had good reason to take notice of the alternative-energy efforts of Rifle last week. Many communities have paid lip-service to alternative energy and sought state or federal grants for a few projects. But Rifle has gone ...


Democrats have been working hard to become the Party of No

By Denny Herzog

Sarah Palin, she of frontrunner status in the early bidding for the GOP presidential nomination in 2012, spoke to some group recently about her take on the Federal Reserve Board’s quantitative easing policy. A few days later she ...


Evolving technology made life easier for Capitol reporters

By Mary Louise Giblin Henderson

Changing from being Telephone Tillie to being a computer wonk didn’t happen in one easy lesson. The move, which occurred over my 15 years covering the Colorado Legislature, was often frustrating and maddening. But it covered a span of ...


Students headed to marketing competition

By Staff

Five local high school students are headed to a state marketing competition after placing first and second earlier this month at a regional marketing conference. The students that qualified at the DECA (formerly known as Distributive ...


Steamboat project gives scientists unique, grounded look at clouds

By Dennis Webb

Federally sponsored atmospheric scientists are excited about a Steamboat Springs project that’s letting them stick their heads in the clouds even as they keep their feet planted on the ground. The Department of Energy’s ...


Report details Norton-Shell shale ties, says no evidence of illegalities

By Dennis Webb

First there was a March 2, 2005, visit by Shell’s chief executive officer and one of its vice presidents with then-Interior Secretary Gale Norton at her Washington headquarters, with oil shale as an apparent topic. Then came her March ...


Fruita motor vehicle office survives cutbacks

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Despite slashing $500,000 from its budget, the Mesa County Clerk and Recorder’s Office will keep the Fruita motor-vehicle branch open two days a week next year and extend business hours at all three branches in the county. Beginning ...


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