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Helpful hints for conservative voters for this election

By Rick Wagner

Like a murder of crows flying across the midday sun I recognized the omen for what it was the moment I saw it. The T-shirt for sale at Dulles International Airport in Washington, D.C. this week said it all: a picture of George Bush with the ...


Higher ed

Colorado colleges are at a crossroads

By The Daily Sentinel

It was welcome to hear the co-chairman of a committee examining higher education in Colorado say several times Tuesday that his group is not recommending a change in the way Mesa State College operates. Mesa State has been very successful ...


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Students pleased with new College Center

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

The students at Mesa State College got their first glimpse of the interior of the new College Center Wednesday morning — and they couldn’t be happier. “I love, love, love it!” said Charlie Martinez, editor-in-chief of ...


GOP outweighs Dems in early voting in Colorado

By The AP

DENVER — Colorado elections officials rolled out the first look at who’s voting early this election — and so far more Republicans are voting than Democrats. The Colorado Secretary of State reports that about 195,000 voters ...


Rifle to get share of funds for downtown planning

By Dennis Webb

The city of Rifle will share in a $1.28 million federal grant designed to help revitalize downtown business districts. The state Department of Local Affairs obtained the grant from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development and ...


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Herberger’s coupons benefit Daughters of American Revolution

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

Beverly McIntyre and Lori Parrott stood outside Herberger’s Wednesday morning in honor of their great, great, great, great, great grandfathers. The women are members of the Daughters of the American Revolution. Parrott’s ...


E-mail letters, Oct. 20, 2010

By Staff

Chief Justice should not be appointed The weakest link in society is the advantage personal interests want. Our freedom went out the window with hanging chads in Florida in 2000 and with Super-PACS money in 2010. Both these issues were ...


Testimony: Nemnich’s employer helped in arrest

By Paul Shockley

Working in cooperation with his employer, Mesa County law enforcement arrested Jerry Nemnich in April 2009 near Loma after a Front Range trucking firm agreed to change Nemnich’s route to bring him through Colorado. Westco Express Inc., ...


Xcel explores earlier closure of coal-fired unit

By The AP

DENVER — Xcel Energy is studying whether it can speed up its timetable for retiring some coal-fired power plants to help Colorado meet federal clean air standards. A new state law required the utility to file a plan to reduce emissions ...


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First season notes: Sun’s out, so are elk

By Dave Buchanan

The elk are here, where is the weather? The first of this year’s major rifle hunting seasons started Saturday under clear skies and temperatures a bit above average, neither of which are particularly welcome to determined elk ...


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