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Colo. lawmakers back listing pregnancy on death certificates

By The AP

DENVER — Colorado death certificates for women could soon list whether they were pregnant when they died. The bill says that when autopsies are required for women, the death certificate must list whether the woman was pregnant when she ...


Senate gives preliminary OK to civil unions

By Charles Ashby

The Colorado Senate approved a measure today that would allow gays and lesbians to enter into civil unions. The measure, introduced by two of four openly gay lawmakers who currently serve in the Legislature, would give homosexual couples some ...


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Gunnison’s rainbow numbers up, but still struggling

By Guest Columnist

BY PAT OGLESBY Each fall, Colorado Division of Wildlife aquatics biologist Dan Kowalski leads a team of researchers into the Gunnison Gorge and Pleasure Park sections of the Gunnison River to determine the effectiveness of stocking whirling ...


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Rainbow trout history in Gunnison River a survivor tale

By Guest Columnist

BY PAT OGLESBY Colorado River cutthroat trout were found throughout the Gunnison River Basin until the late 1800s when early settlers discovered the area. Populations of cutthroats were reduced as the early miners used them for food, mining ...


Winemaker goes back to Calif. to show off Colo. wine

By Dave Buchanan

It never hurts to hit the big time medal lists, and Grand Junction wineries St. Kathryn Cellars and Talon Winery recenty received some high praise from the San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition. Both picked up medals in the eighth annual ...


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MONUMENT AT 100: Tree researchers discover that old age is relative

By Eric Sandstrom

This is the sixth in a series of weekly columns about Colorado National Monument in honor of the park’s centennial anniversary on May 24. It’s never been a secret that most of the Utah junipers and pinyon pines at Colorado ...


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Be safe, sign up for hunter course today

By Dave Buchanan

That limited license application is due April 5, and you still haven’t earned your hunter safety card. Don’t panic, the Colorado Division of Wildlife feels your pain. March is loaded with hunter education classes statewide, ...


New-home sales plunged in February to record low

By The AP

WASHINGTON — Sales of new homes plunged in February to the slowest pace on records dating back nearly half a century, a dismal sign for an already-weak housing market. New-home sales fell 16.9 percent last month to a seasonally adjusted ...


Film legend Elizabeth Taylor dies at 79 in LA

By The AP

LOS ANGELES — Elizabeth Taylor, the violet-eyed film goddess whose sultry screen persona, stormy personal life and enduring fame and glamour made her one of the last of the old-fashioned movie stars and a template for the modern ...


Alpine Bank

By Staff

Locally owned and operated, Alpine Bank has been a part of the Western Slope of Colorado for 38 years. With 37 convenient locations, we serve over 120,000 customers with retail, business, trust, asset management, mortgage, and electronic ...


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