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GUEST COMMENTARY | Former Las Vegas Water Czar Calls for Basin-Wide Citizenship

08/31/14 | By More
GUEST COMMENTARY | Former Las Vegas Water Czar Calls for Basin-Wide Citizenship

Pat Mulroy took issue with the much-repeated statement that Las Vegas is most at risk as lake levels fall.

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Council Agrees to ‘Let the Voters Have Their Say’ on Retail Pot in Ouray

08/31/14 | By More
Council Agrees to ‘Let the Voters Have Their Say’ on Retail Pot in Ouray

Council drew the line at retail sales, agreeing to draft an ordinance that would ban the other three commercial uses.

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Stretching Local Food Sources for Schools

08/31/14 | By More
Stretching Local Food Sources for Schools

At each middle and high school in the Montrose district students are eating more fruits and vegetables at salad bars and deli lines and staying away from processed, frozen food substances.

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Ouray Schools Seek $2.5 Million Bond to Shore Up Aging Infrastructure

08/30/14 | By More
Ouray Schools Seek $2.5 Million Bond to Shore Up Aging Infrastructure

Topping this list was a recommendation to build a new sloping metal roof to replace the existing flat one that is chronically leaky.

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Completion of Fairgrounds Project Took ‘A Great Many Hands’

08/29/14 | By More
Completion of Fairgrounds Project Took ‘A Great Many Hands’

The community has come together again, to help build the new rodeo grounds.

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3A Heads to Voters This November

08/27/14 | By More

Measure 3A seeks to raise RE-1J’s taxes by $2.9 million annually beginning in the 2014-15 budget year.

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Cooking Away for Farmacy Bucks

08/27/14 | By More
Cooking Away for Farmacy Bucks

Ten families are working with Local Farmacy Rx, a local non-governmental program, to learn to cook – and eat well – together.

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Cortina Unwrapped Signals Revival of Local Economy

08/27/14 | By More
Cortina Unwrapped Signals Revival of Local Economy

Wrapped in white plastic, Cortina was a glaring symbol of how hard the Great Recession hit Telluride.

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Elderly Couple Rescued From Lizard Head Wilderness

08/27/14 | By More

Out for a mushroom hunt, the couple spent a cold night in the wilderness.

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Aggressive Panhandling Ordinance Set for First Reading

08/27/14 | By More

The proposed Telluride law would limit the legality of panhandling by restricting places, methods and times it can occur.

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Officers Nab Alleged Bank Robber in Trash Can

08/27/14 | By More
Officers Nab Alleged Bank Robber in Trash Can

The Olathe Police Department, along with the Colorado Bureau of Investigation are investigating last week’s robbery.

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Ouray Police Pursue Suspect in Burglary Investigation

08/27/14 | By More

The suspect, whose identity has not yet been released, is believed to have stolen between $3,000 and $3,500 from a cash drawer.

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OURAY COUNTY BRIEFS | Ouray County Gives Acme Green Light to Grow

08/27/14 | By More

Colorado foreclosure lawsuit could make waves…High-speed Internet coming to 4-H Center soon.

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Survey Aims to Find Gaps in Region’s Health Care Needs

08/26/14 | By More

Make sure to have your say when it comes to the health care needs in the region by participating Tri-County Health Network’s community survey available now until Sept. 15.

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Alleged Bank Robber in Olathe Identified

08/25/14 | By More
Alleged Bank Robber in Olathe Identified

Police are looking for 22-year-old Brittany N. Mason of Delta, described as 5 ft., 2 in. tall, weighing 130 pounds.

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