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Tipton moves to repeal health care law

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U.S. Rep. Scott Tipton, R-Colo., who was sworn in Wednesday morning, will co-sponsor legislation to repeal the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. Tipton, a Cortez businessman, said he’ll sign onto a measure introduced by Rep. ...

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Milestone meeting for atheists, council

By Amy Hamilton

Some stood, but more audience members chose to remain seated Wednesday during the first invocation by an atheist at a Grand Junction City Council meeting. No matter, the speech by Joe Alaimo was considered a landmark of sorts for the Western ...

Judge allows delay in Fruita slaying trial

By Paul Shockley

A trial that had been scheduled to start in late February for a Fruita man accused in the fatal shooting of his roommate has been delayed. District Judge Thomas Deister on Monday signed off on a prosecution request for a continuance in the ...

City considers giving land to Zoological Quest for zoo

By Amy Hamilton

A zoo in the Grand Valley isn’t likely to be located in a portion of Matchett Park, a city-owned, 200-acre parcel of open space off F Road near 29 Road, according to city officials. However, city leaders may be more willing to donate a ...

Supporters of Prop 102 fined $12,000 for violations

By Charles Ashby

The issue committee that backed Proposition 102 on last fall’s ballot was fined $12,200 Wednesday for campaign reporting violations. Proposition 102, which failed 62 percent to 38 percent, would have done away with the 10 pre-trial ...

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State OKs uranium mill near Naturita

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Construction on a $150 million uranium mill in the west end of Montrose County could begin toward the end of this year now that the project has cleared a major hurdle. The radiation program of the Colorado Department of Public Health and ...

Getting It Right, Jan. 6, 2011

By Staff

A Bill Grant column on Page 4A Wednesday incorrectly identified the secretary of Interior in 2003. It should have said Secretary of Interior Gale Norton.  ...

Ritter takes CSU job to develop new energy

By Charles Ashby

Gov. Bill Ritter will have a new job when he leaves office next week. Though the governor had fielded numerous “lucrative” offers from several state and national law firms and private foundations, the Democrat has decided to stick ...

Montrose experiments with moving workers to 4-day week

By William Woody

MONTROSE — Beginning March 14, employees with the city of Montrose will be switching over from a traditional five-day work week to a four-day work schedule in an effort to boost efficiency between the city government and its ...

Salazar takes job as state’s new ag leader

By Charles Ashby

Former U.S. Rep. John Salazar will take the job as agriculture commissioner when Gov.-elect John Hickenlooper takes office next week. At the same time, Mike King, the Montrose native who took over as head of the Colorado Department of Natural ...

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