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Democrats criticize Napolitano terror remarks

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Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano should have treated left- and right-wing extremists equally in a recent report, U.S. Rep. John Salazar, D-Colorado, said. The report, issued on the eve of April 15 tea party tax protests across the ...


Census Bureau builds local work force for national head count

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With the 2010 national head count less than a year away, the U.S. Census Bureau is looking for six people who will head the effort to count all western Colorado residents. Getting the count right, said spokeswoman Deborah A. Cameron, will ...


HG: Annie Payne Column April 25, 2009

By Annie Payne

It’s taken me 10 long years to come up with this plan. And it will probably take me another 10 years to perfect. I would be lying if I told you it was easy. I would be lying if I told you there haven’t been some tears along the ...


HG: Homegrown Column April 25, 2009

By Dennis Hill

Last year, I lost my squash to squash bugs. Will marigolds planted in an area where zucchini plants are keep squash bugs off the plants? Thank you. — Lottie I’m afraid planting marigolds won’t help you with squash bugs ...


Motorcycle deaths hit record in ’08

By Staff

According to the Colorado Department of Transportation: “Nearly seven out of 10 riders killed in Colorado last year were not wearing a helmet or were wearing it incorrectly. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration estimates ...


Swine flu outbreak crosses into U.S.

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Mesa County health officials are gearing up for the swine flu, which has crossed the border with Mexico and broken out in Texas and California. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said Friday it was too late to contain the ...


Sports: Rick Jussel Column April 24, 2009

By Rick Jussel

This isn’t exactly brain surgery, this National Football League draft. You are running an NFL team, you recognize your needs, scout the talent that will likely be available when it comes your time to make a selection, then you choose ...


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Josey’s big bat has been a big help for Palisade

By Patrick Bahr

The “Outlaw” Riley Josey lives by his bat and is an army of one. The Palisade baseball player picked up the nickname from Bulldogs’ coach Steve Moore, referring to the Clint Eastwood movie, “The Outlaw Josey ...


OA Briefs: Roller Derby April 24, 2009

By Staff

No pain, no gain. The Slaughterhouse Derby Girls, a roller derby team from Greeley, are back for a second Women’s Western Slope Derby Exhibition on Saturday, April 25, in Montrose. Last year, these tough ladies on skates brought roller ...


OA Briefs: Fat Tire reminder April 24, 2009

By Staff

Is your bike collecting dust in the garage? Get out and ride during the New Belgium Brewing Fruita Fat Tire Festival that began Thursday and continues Friday through Sunday, April 24–26. Don’t feel like riding? There’s ...


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