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Printed letters, April 5, 2011

By Staff

I wonder how our county even runs with the think tank we have elected now. Seriously, we are going to ask the taxpayers of Colorado for $160,000 to clean up some property in De Beque? Really? Why not fine the individual and, while ...


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Pair allegedly robs Clifton Wendy’s; arrested at nearby Taco-Bell

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Two people were arrested early Sunday morning after they allegedly used a BB gun and knife to rob a Clifton fast-food restaurant and force two employees in a back room of the restaurant. Timothy Victor Atchley, 27, and Angela Marie Reed, 20, ...


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Teens accused in weekend crime spree

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Three teenagers have been arrested in connection with a weekend crime spree in which they reportedly admitted to damaging several vehicles with baseball bats, entering vehicles and stealing items from them and siphoning gas from ...


Interstate 70 to close Tuesday at Silverthorne

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On Tuesday, the main route from Grand Junction to Denver will be closed at Silverthorne to accommodate rock removal a few miles east in Georgetown. The Colorado Department of Transportation is closing all day in both directions of traffic, ...


Colorado spending stalemate drags on

By The AP

DENVER — A government spending stalemate in Colorado is entering its third week. Lawmakers are starting to openly worry they’re running out of time to broker a deal on how much to cut next year to balance the books. Democrats and ...


Oil, gas group drops challenge of pit liner rule

By Dennis Webb

An industry group has ended its attempt to persuade state regulators to change a new rule governing disposal of oil and gas pit liners. The Colorado Petroleum Association instead plans to work with state and local health authorities on a ...


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Ashley Furniture sets close date

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

Ashley Furniture, 655 N. First St., and in Montrose at 15 W. Main St., is in the final days of its inventory liquidation and both stores will close Sunday, April 10. Owner Domenic Modica said there is still a lot of furniture left to be sold ...


Homegrown: Cutting back, early edible tomatoes

By Dennis Hill

Is this the right time to be cutting back a blue mist spirea and a butterfly bush? Both are just beginning to leaf out. — Donna Now is the time to cut back plants, such as your butterfly bush and blue mist spirea. Summer blooming ...


SustainAbility: Reaction to nuclear column

By Adele Israel

The only thing certain about Japan’s recent nuclear emergency is that assessments of the situation keep changing. The same could be said about our attitudes toward nuclear sources of electricity. Several readers responded to the ...


DMV computers back online

By Charles Ashby

The state’s motor vehicle computers are up and running, at least for now. For the second time in as many months, the system that processes vehicle registrations and titles had been down for two weeks. It came back up late Friday, but ...


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