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Legislators: Gas board can still alter rules

By Staff

State lawmakers ruled out a plan Tuesday from a southeastern Colorado representative to bar the Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission from updating any wildlife-related regulations that could harm energy producers’ profits. Rep. ...


Dem looks at options in funding for state’s roads

By Staff

The Democratic state lawmaker tasked with ushering a massive transportation-funding bill through the House said Tuesday he is open to tapping Colorado’s mineral revenues to underwrite highway and bridge repairs. Rep. Joe Rice, ...


Legislators say they’ll push to keep Rifle facility open

By Staff

Northwest Colorado’s two state senators renewed their pledge Tuesday to fight a plan from Gov. Bill Ritter to close a Garfield County minimum-security prison. Senate Minority Leader Josh Penry, R-Grand Junction, said closing the Rifle ...


BLM plans lease auction on Western Slope forest land

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The Bureau of Land Management will conduct a stripped-down oil-and-gas lease auction Thursday for properties scattered across Colorado, but none in national forest lands where they had been scheduled. The U.S. Forest Service withdrew 57 ...


Panel: Patch holes until school bond passes

By Staff

A committee tasked with exploring overcrowding management recommended to the School District 51 Board of Education that it address the immediate needs at the most crowded schools with temporary measures until a bond to build schools is passed ...


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Congress expected to preserve wilderness

By Staff

The creation of nearly 210,000 acres of wilderness and national conservation area land around Dominguez Canyon has been a lot of things over the past decade. Most of all, however, it has been a “long time coming” in the eyes of ...


Superintendent Mills finalist for new job

By Staff

School District 51 Superintendent Tim Mills is in the running for the superintendent post at a school district in Yakima, Wash. Mills was approached by the Yakima district when that district began seeking candidates for the post. Mills has ...


Heart alone not enough for Grand Junction girls

By Patrick Bahr

Against Eaglecrest, the Grand Junction girls basketball team did something that will warm every sports fan’s heart. They didn’t give up. Monday at Grand Junction High School, the Tigers nearly overcame a 15-point halftime ...


Central’s post players key for playoff success

By Patrick Bahr

The Central Warriors boys basketball team took care of Durango and Montezuma-Cortez in convincing fashion this past weekend, pushing its record to 17-3 overall and 6-1 in the Southwestern League. What a difference one year can make. Last ...


Mavs part of RMAC wild basketball ride

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Let’s see, Mesa State beat New Mexico Highlands, which beat Fort Lewis, which beat Mesa State, which beat Western State, which beat Fort Lewis … Any questions on how the second half of the RMAC West Division men’s basketball ...


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