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GOP candidates split on how to revamp tax law

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The two Republicans vying to challenge U.S. Rep. John Salazar, D-Colo., split Friday over whether to pursue changing the tax system to a consumption tax. Scott Tipton, a Cortez businessman making his second bid for Congress, and Bob ...


McInnis to repay group $300,000

By Charles Ashby

The Hasan Family Foundation that paid GOP gubernatorial candidate Scott McInnis $300,000 to write 23 articles on water issues told the former congressman Friday it wants the money back. McInnis, smarting this week after admitting to ...


30 jailed in crackdown on gangs in GarCo

By Dennis Webb

Federal agents aided by local law enforcement arrested 30 suspected gang members and associates during a five-day operation based in Garfield County, authorities said Friday. The arrests, which ended Friday, are part of an ongoing national ...


Religion Briefs, July 17, 2010

By Staff

Evening Bible school for children First Presbyterian Church, 3940 27 1/2 Road, will host Baobab Blast vacation Bible school for kids in preschool (ages 4 and 5) through sixth grade, beginning July 26. The Bible school will be from 5:15 to ...


‘Let dust settle,’ says Penry of McInnis ‘error’

By Charles Ashby

GOP candidates in statewide races and legislative ones need to hunker down and redouble their efforts, Republicans around the state said Friday. From Grand Junction Sen. Josh Penry to former congressman Bob Schaffer to Colorado House leaders, ...


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Fruita Little League hopes to continue run in state tourney

By Patrick Bahr

No team showcased a better never-say-die attitude to get to the Little League state tournament than the Fruita Major Girls. Fruita is hosting the Major Girls state tournament that begins today and runs through Wednesday. The District 1 ...


Sports Briefs, July 16, 2010

By Staff

Tennis Taco Bell brackets posted today Brackets and draws for the annual Taco Bell Western Slope Open will be posted for the public from 1 to 4 p.m. today and Sunday and 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Monday at Mesa State College’s Brownson ...


Crick, Ready to be inducted into Mesa Hall of Honor

By Patrick Bahr

Over the span of 23 seasons, Rusty Crick set the bar very high. Luckily for the longtime Mesa State College volleyball coach, his players always responded. Crick had 17 winning seasons, including eight with 30 or more wins. Thursday, it was ...


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How to choose a college

By Staff

The best college for you is not always the one with the most recognizable name. It’s not always the biggest or most popular. The best college is the one that fits your personality and career goals — the one where you can get the ...


E-mail letters, July 16 2010

By Staff

Right wing should demand that Hickenlooper withdraw So The Denver Post calls for our local Gubernatorial candidate to withdraw? Are you kidding? Seriously? What’s a little plagiarism among legal scholars anyway? This is nothing more ...


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