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Vail Expands
Posted by <> on 9/12/2014 3:11:00 PM.
Vail Resorts is winning out in the battle over Utah's Park City Mountain Resort.  A deal was finalized this week with Powdr Corp. to sell the ski area to Vail for more than 182-million-dollars.  
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Vail Resorts, Deal, Ski

School Mascot Legislation Forthcoming
Posted by <> on 9/12/2014 3:08:00 PM.
Thornton Democrat Rep Joe Salazar is conjuring up legislation on the issue of Native American related school  mascots. KKCO is reporting Representative Salazar would like a the panel to consist of reps from Native American communities  that will determine whether or not schools may use the desired mascot or not. 
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State Board of Ed Meet & Greet
Posted by <> on 9/12/2014 3:06:00 PM.
Montrose County League of Women Voters will host a meet and greet for the Colorado state board of education district three candidates. Two Rascals Brewpub will be the venue on Oct. 3rd.  Itís an opportunity to meet candidates Dr. Henry Roman, a  Democrat and Marcia Neal the incumbent Republican. 

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state board of education, league of women voters

Flags at Half Staff Today
Posted by <> on 9/11/2014 2:11:00 PM.
Flags were flying at half-staff yesterday in memory of those who died in the 9-11 attacks.  President Obama made the flag request and has asked governors nationwide to join in.  
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CMU Enrollment Down
Posted by <> on 9/11/2014 2:08:00 PM.
Student Enrollment at Colorado Mesa University is down nearly 5% from last year. The Daily Sentinel reports, the Colorado Mesa system, which includes CMU campuses in Grand Junction and Montrose and Western Colorado Community College had a net loss of 457 students, dropping to 8,912 students this fall. 
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Steamboat Springs Astronaut Returns
Posted by <> on 9/10/2014 1:32:00 PM.
Astronaut and Steamboat Springs native Steve Swanson will be returning from space today.  He's spent nearly six months at the International Space Station.  
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Gov. Names New Task Force
Posted by <> on 9/10/2014 1:29:00 PM.
Gov. John Hickenlooper has named 19 members to a task force in charge of resolving conflicts between oil and gas  drillers and special interests. The Denver Post reports the group is made up of reps from the oil industry, local government, environmentalists and other economic interests. 
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Drowning at Blue Mesa
Posted by <> on 9/10/2014 1:26:00 PM.
A Loveland, Colorado man drowned after his boat that he and a friend were in capsized at Blue Mesa Reservoir last week near the old Highway 50 beach. 
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