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Uranium mill company to ride out hit from Japan nuclear crisis

By Dennis Webb

The stock price of the company planning a uranium mill in Montrose County is telling the story of events in Japan in recent days. The stock of Toronto-based Energy Fuels Inc. was trading at more than 90 Canadian cents per share a week ago on ...


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CDOT trains firepower on avalanche hot spots

By William Woody

RED MOUNTAIN PASS—Just off U.S. Highway 550, seven miles north of Silverton, close to where blowing snow curls off the oxygen-starved peaks of the San Juan Mountains, sits an instrument of war once used to target enemy combatants. This ...


Mesa State women’s lacrosse score, March 15, 2011

By Staff

Mesa State 19, Millsaps College 1 Women Tuesday at Colorado Springs Halftime score: Mesa State 12, Millsaps 1. Goals (assists) First half: Allie Henderson (Alexis Rawlings), MSC, 27:55; Rawlings (Brianna True), MSC, 25:16; Rawlings, MSC, ...


BLM, state agree to streamline geothermal process

By Staff

Federal and Colorado agencies have reached an agreement to streamline geothermal development. The deal is designed to improve cooperation and communication between the Bureau of Land Management and Colorado Department of Natural Resources ...


County OKs energy project near Collbran

By Paul Shockley

Mesa County commissioners Tuesday signed off on an energy firm’s plans to build a natural-gas-compressor station, a water-storage pond and storage tanks north of Collbran. The approval came over objections from four of the ...


Mesa State surveys alumni about name change

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Mesa State College alumni, students and employees have through March 25 to fill out an online survey gauging their interest in changing the college’s name. The 16-question survey, which also is available on paper by request, can be ...


Mesa State lacrosse team wins first game in program history

By Staff

It was a matter of time before the fledgling Mesa State College women’s lacrosse team put everything together. The Mavericks’ time came Tuesday against Millsaps College, a Division III school in Jackson, Miss. Mesa claimed the ...


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Home away from home: Bonding through travel, Mavericks set to play in state finals

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A little thing like not having home ice wasn’t about to stop the Grand Valley squirt hockey team this winter. The 10-under Mavericks (30-3-1) rolled through the Rocky Mountain Youth Hockey League season and captured the tournament ...


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Over the Top: Dual tax plans

By Bob Silbernagel

Bob laments the polar tax debates taking place to cure the state’s budget woes.  ...


Salazar: BLM drilling permits on rise

By Dennis Webb

Interior Secretary Ken Salazar says the Bureau of Land Management expects to process 7,200 oil and gas drilling permits this year, up from about 5,000 the previous year. Salazar touted the increase during a media teleconference in which BLM ...


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