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Red tape reduced to 2 months for rancher’s hydropower plan

By Dennis Webb

A Meeker rancher’s project is the nation’s first to make use of a new process streamlining the permitting process for small hydropower generation, the Governor’s Energy Office said Wednesday. The approval of rancher George ...


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Mood setter: Freshman Moody right at home as starter for Mavs

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Jordyn Moody has been thrust into an important role earlier than planned, but she’s handling it without a hitch. The freshman from Chandler, Ariz., envisioned herself running the offense for the Colorado Mesa University volleyball team ...


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Thygerson’s energetic play fires up Wildcats

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Trey Thygerson has an old-school mentality. He loves to make the big hit. The 6-foot, 200-pound linebacker at Fruita Monument High School has had a passion for the game since his junior football days. It was apparently clear to his junior ...


Colorado’s top rodeo talent in town for State Finals

By Scott Schlaufman

Bob Williams knows many of the top cowboys and cowgirls in the state don’t participate in rodeo for the money. “Most of them have full-time jobs,” said Williams, rodeo chair for the Mesa County Sheriff’s Posse. But ...


Snow predicted for Colorado mountains

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With a week left in summer, a snowstorm is barreling into the Colorado high country today, with forecasters predicting as much as a half-foot at the highest elevations. Several areas are under a winter weather advisory from 9 p.m. today ...


091511 Over the Top Smartphone

By Bob Silbernagel

Rule No. 1 for using smart phones: Don’t take nude photos of yourself.  ...


Missing 5 years, Colo. cat is found on NYC street

By The AP

NEW YORK — Animal care officials say a calico cat named Willow who wandered off from a Colorado home five years ago has been found on a Manhattan street. How she traveled more than 1,600 miles is a mystery. But thanks to a microchip ...


Internet has weakened power of the national news media

By Rick Wagner

The news is getting to be like the weather: Everybody wants to talk about it. I don’t mean what’s in the news, but where people get it. To that extent, there is something new about the media. For the first time I can remember, ...


Wildlands reconsidered

By The Daily Sentinel

The acknowledgment by Bureau of Land Management Director Robert Abbey Tuesday that federal officials “did a terrible job” of explaining a short-lived wildlands plan was a refreshing bit of reflection by a top federal official. To ...


Printed letters, Sept. 15, 2011

By Staff

The number of acres available for recreation is shrinking. This is attributable to the requirements mandated by federal laws requiring the land management agencies to regulate impact to these lands. The cost and time involved to complete ...


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