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Beekeeper numbers buzzing as hobby, benefit to community

By Rachel Sauer

She was a study in “if at first you don’t succeed…” with her repeated passes at the hive. Flying in looping, dizzy figure-eights, the heave-ho of her efforts was almost audible. Maybe this time? Aiming for a small ...


Student Spotlight: May 30, 2011

By Staff

Amanda Woomer of Fruita graduated May 14 from Creighton University in Omaha, Neb. # # # Area graduates have been named recipients of a scholarship from the Cindy Watson Scholarship Foundation, given by Cindy Watson, owner and founder of the ...


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Student of the Week: Grand Valley Christian senior Jeremy Brantley

By Staff

GPA: 4.0 After-school activities: Basketball, work and Bible study. Favorite book:s Anything written by C.S. Forester, Brian Jacques or J.R.R. Tolkien. Favorite TV shows: “Hawaii Five-O” and “24.” Favorite band or ...


Colorado Supreme Court to hear Ward Churchill case

By The AP

DENVER — Colorado’s Supreme Court has agreed to hear an appeal from a former University of Colorado professor trying to get his job back after he was terminated during a public outcry for his essay comparing some Sept. 11 victims ...


Fruita dental clinic adds Parachute office

By Dennis Webb

A Fruita dental clinic is opening a second location in Parachute, driven by the prospect of attracting more patients in that area and better serving existing Mesa County patients who work in Garfield County. Lybrook Dental Center will open a ...


Home-price index at lowest point since 2006 bust

By The AP

WASHINGTON — Home prices in major areas have reached their lowest level since the U.S. housing bubble burst in 2006, driven down by foreclosures, a glut of unsold homes and the reluctance or inability of many to buy. Prices fell from ...


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Pueblo’s Pace throws in for 3rd House District seat

By Charles Ashby

Pueblo Democrat Sal Pace has announced that he plans to challenge U.S. Rep. Scott Tipton for his congressional seat next year. In an interview, the Colorado House minority leader told The Daily Sentinel that he would enter the 3rd ...


Gridlock snags effort to help mine cleanup groups

By The AP

DENVER — Efforts to change federal law to protect groups willing to cleanup polluting mines from legal liability have hit a snag, according to the Obama administration. Interior Secretary Ken Salazar said last week that legislative ...


Xcel on trial for 5 deaths at Georgetown

By The AP

DENVER — A criminal trial in the deaths of five workers at a hydroelectric plant is set to begin in a rare prosecution of a company. Xcel Energy and Public Service Company of Colorado face five counts of violating Occupational Safety ...


Collbran schools will stay on 4-day week

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Another year of budget cuts ensured Plateau Valley School District 50 will spend a second year on a four-day-week calendar. Even if state reductions and other cuts hadn’t sliced $222,000 out of the district’s total budget ...


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