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Colo. House cutting $475 million from state budget

By The AP

DENVER — Colorado lawmakers have begun slashing jobs and state services in an effort to cut another $475 million from this year’s budget. The House began a marathon session today, taking up 31 bills that will cut every sector of ...


CC: ALL. RE: Office jargon. FYI

By Staff

It’s important that those of you in the work force are aware of proper formal office terminology so that you’ll be an informed and productive employee for the long term, or at least until Tuesday when you get laid off. In a recent ...


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Bring back public option, via reconciliation, Bennet urges

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U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet, D-Colo., is urging Senate Democrats to sidestep the threat of a filibuster and adopt a health care package that includes a public option. Bennet wrote to Majority Leader Harry Reid, D-Nev., citing a Congressional ...


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Body that of missing Montrose man

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Authorities have confirmed that a body found in a Delta County irrigation canal this week is that of a Montrose man missing since last summer. Abe Martinez, 52, was last seen at his brother’s home in Olathe in August. Delta County ...


Funds OK’d for Battlement Mesa drilling study

By Dennis Webb

GLENWOOD SPRINGS — Garfield County commissioners Tuesday unanimously agreed to spend up to $257,000 on studies on potential health impacts of planned drilling in the Battlement Mesa subdivision. Commissioners are hoping to offset some ...


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Man pleads guilty in aborted pregnancy

By Amy Hamilton

A former Grand Junction man accused of slipping his pregnant girlfriend pills that caused her to lose the fetus pleaded guilty in court Tuesday to one felony count of unlawful termination of a pregnancy. Jared Ahlstrom, 31, who now lives in ...


GarCo won’t fight drilling near spring

By Dennis Webb

GLENWOOD SPRINGS — Garfield County commissioners expressed concern Tuesday about a second energy company’s plans to drill near the contaminated Prather cabin spring northwest of Parachute, but they said the county doesn’t ...


Task force hosts workshop on selenium

By Dave Buchanan

In the early 1980s, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service started documenting unusually high occurrences of mortality, deformities and decreased reproduction in fish and aquatic birds at the Kesterson Wildlife Refuge in the western San Joaquin ...


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Mushers, skijorers prepare for Grand Mesa races

By Dave Buchanan

Man and beast run together this weekend on Grand Mesa for two days of sled dog and skijor races sponsored by the Rocky Mountain Sled Dog Club. There will be sled-dog races with teams ranging from two to eight dogs as well as a contingent of ...


Get a taste of summer at scuba club meeting

By Dave Buchanan

It’s winter here, which means it’s summer somewhere else. Like St. Croix in the Virgin Islands, where it’s probably the endless summer those blonde-haired California guys sang about. You can get a taste of endless summer at ...


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