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031810 Daffodil Mojo

Daffodil Days in full bloom

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

The American Cancer Society’s Daffodil Days are in full swing at area grocery stores this week. The annual flower sale helps raise awareness and funds for cancer research. Volunteer Kathy Jarvis said the flowers are a great way to ...

Over the Top, French shock

By Bob Silbernagel

Bob believes a French reality TV show and its shocking contestants is certainly over the top.  ...

EPA to take on fracking study

By Dennis Webb

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency said today it is launching a comprehensive study into whether energy developers’ use of hydraulic fracturing harms water quality and public health. The action comes amid contentious debate over ...

Aspen officer given $10K after resignation

By The AP

ASPEN — An Aspen police officer accused of using her job to get into a Jazz festival while off-duty resigned and the city gave her $10,000 so she wouldn’t sue. The Aspen Times reports Wednesday that documents released to the ...

Snow melt leaves behind river of mud near Durango, closing road

By The AP

DURANGO — Melting mountain snow has triggered a mud flow near a rock slide area in La Plata County, leaving behind muck as deep as 4 feet in some spots on East Animas Road along the Animas River. County workers closed the road Tuesday ...

Ventilation fix suggested for building adjacent to pot-growing operation

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An industrial hygienist conducted air-quality tests in the Grand Junction census office, and the census is asking the building owner to make changes to the building’s ventilation system. The census also is bringing in workers from ...

Udall bill would boost local ‘solar farm’ efforts

By Dennis Webb

New legislation being pushed by U.S. Sen. Mark Udall would benefit two western Colorado efforts to create community solar projects. Udall, D-Colo., said in a media teleconference Wednesday the bill would provide residents with tax credits for ...

Panel OKs bill to let seniors buy lifetime parks passes

By Charles Ashby

Senior citizens got one step closer Wednesday to being able to purchase a lifetime state parks pass similar to one they already can get from the federal government. A measure that would allow Coloradans 64 and older to purchase a state Aspen ...

JUCO poll, March 17, 2010

By Staff

NJCAA Top 25 As of March 17, 2010 School Record Pvs. 1. Connors State (Okla.) College 25-1 4 2. Pitt (N.C.) Community College 17-1 6 3. College of Southern Nevada 19-5 1 4. San Jacinto (Texas) College 19-6 2 5. Howard (Texas) ...

Prep lacrosse score, March 17, 2010

By Staff

Fruita Monument 6, Battle Mountain 2 Wednesday at Canyon View Park Halftime score: 5-1 . Goals: FM —Katie Heil 4, Allison Fox, Melissa Myers; BM — Hayley Clarke, Sam Engle. Goalies (saves): FM — Stephanie Long (15); BM ...

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