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The Daily Sentinel
Coffman applauds water-rule injunction Colorado Attorney General Cynthia Coffman is cheering a ruling blocking imple
Coffman applauds water-rule injunction
The Daily Sentinel / Posted yesterday
Colorado Attorney General Cynthia Coffman is cheering a ruling blocking implementation of new federal water-protection rules in numerous states — a ruling she participated in seeking. A federal judge in North... Read more
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Houston Chronicle
House Speaker John Boehner refers to Ted Cruz as 'that jackass'Boehner stated his personal reason for enjoying the Texas senator’s run, saying
House Speaker John Boehner refers to Ted Cruz as 'that jackass'
Houston Chronicle / Posted 3 days ago
Boehner stated his personal reason for enjoying the Texas senator’s run, saying it prevents Cruz from telling the speaker how to do his job. He likes that the campaign keeps “that jackass” away from Washington D.C. Cruz will probably appreciate the... Read more
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The Daily Sentinel
Shaming the EPA has become a blood sport The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has taken a beating — and deservedly
Shaming the EPA has become a blood sport
The Daily Sentinel / Posted 8 days ago
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has taken a beating — and deservedly so — for its role in the Gold King Mine disaster that turned the usually clear Animas River the color of gourmet mustard. Even... Read more
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Aspen Daily News
Americans should tell Congress to reject Iran dealby The Gazette, Aug. 16 During the August congressional recess, Americans shou
Americans should tell Congress to reject Iran deal
Aspen Daily News / Posted 10 days ago
by The Gazette, Aug. 16 During the August congressional recess, Americans should implore their representatives in Congress to vote “no” on President Barack Obama’s frightening nuclear agreement with... Read more
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Denver Post
Plan for clean-up of Gold King Mine area stymied for yearsWASHINGTON — Twice in the mid-2000s, a program intended to clean up the mine-fo
Plan for clean-up of Gold King Mine area stymied for years
Denver Post / Posted 10 days ago
WASHINGTON — Twice in the mid-2000s, a program intended to clean up the mine-fouled waterways in the region around the Gold King Mine failed to find traction in Congress, where a fight between miners and environmentalists kept the idea from going... Read more
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The Daily Sentinel
Tipton seeks answers on spill U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Gina McCarthy needs to ans
Tipton seeks answers on spill
The Daily Sentinel / Posted 11 days ago
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Gina McCarthy needs to answer 15 questions about the spill from the Gold King Mine into the Animas River, U.S. Rep. Scott Tipton, R-Colo., wrote in a letter signed by... Read more
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Craig Daily Press
Journalists call out Obama on transparency INDIANAPOLIS — Fifty-three journalism and open government groups called on Pr
Journalists call out Obama on transparency
Craig Daily Press / Posted 12 days ago
INDIANAPOLIS — Fifty-three journalism and open government groups called on President Barack Obama — yet again — last week to stop practices in federal agencies that prevent important information from... Read more
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The Daily Sentinel
Coal future debated at BLM session Supporters of coal development said a possible increase in federal royalty ra
Coal future debated at BLM session
The Daily Sentinel / Posted 12 days ago
Supporters of coal development said a possible increase in federal royalty rates could deal a devastating blow to an already reeling industry, while others endorsed the idea and even took it one step further in... Read more
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The Daily Sentinel
Keep Colowyo openToday in Golden, the Bureau of Land Management is hosting a listening session o
Keep Colowyo open
The Daily Sentinel / Posted 13 days ago
Today in Golden, the Bureau of Land Management is hosting a listening session on the federal coal program, giving the public the opportunity to weigh in on whether leases and royalty rates give taxpayers a fair return on public resources. If the... Read more
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The Daily Sentinel
Aug. 16, 2015Printed Letters: Rural congressmen should represent rural interests Congressm
Aug. 16, 2015
The Daily Sentinel / Posted 15 days ago
Printed Letters: Rural congressmen should represent rural interests Congressmen Scott Tipton and Ken Buck should be representing the people of their rural districts, not the interests of foreign lobbies and multinational... Read more
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The Daily Sentinel
Aug. 14, 2015Printed Letters: We should question edicts that threaten U.S. jobs Without qu
Aug. 14, 2015
The Daily Sentinel / Posted 17 days ago
Printed Letters: We should question edicts that threaten U.S. jobs Without question the editorial from Tuesday is correct in that we should take it easy on the coal industry. However, relieving unnecessary devastation with government... Read more
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Boulder Weekly
eco-briefsEPA WON’T PAY FINES FOR ANIMAS RIVER SPILL, CRITICS CRY FOR ACCOUNTABILITY In
eco-briefs
Boulder Weekly / Posted 18 days ago
EPA WON’T PAY FINES FOR ANIMAS RIVER SPILL, CRITICS CRY FOR ACCOUNTABILITY In the week since the Environmental Protection Agency accidentally triggered a toxic spill into the Animas River, critics are stepping up their disapproval of the agency’s... Read more
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The Daily Sentinel
The EPA is not the problem A week ago there was a spill of toxic chemicals into Cement Creek, which runs
The EPA is not the problem
The Daily Sentinel / Posted 19 days ago
A week ago there was a spill of toxic chemicals into Cement Creek, which runs into the Animas River and eventually runs into the Colorado River at Lake Powell. The spill occurred when the EPA was attempting to remediate... Read more
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Craig Daily Press
Group to host meeting with Sen. BaumgardnerThe Bears Ears Patriots will host a town hall style meeting with Colorado Sen.
Group to host meeting with Sen. Baumgardner
Craig Daily Press / Posted 19 days ago
The Bears Ears Patriots will host a town hall style meeting with Colorado Sen. Randy Baumgardner at 7 p.m. Aug. 13 at the CNCC Bell Tower Building, 50 College Drive in Room 201. The event is free to the public. Community meeting on Colowyo slated... Read more
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The Daily Sentinel
Email letters, August 11, 2015 Debeque should be proud of their financial success with marijuana I have tri
Email letters, August 11, 2015
The Daily Sentinel / Posted 20 days ago
Debeque should be proud of their financial success with marijuana I have tried to keep up with the issue of marijuana in Debeque and I’ve seen plenty of stories of locals bad-mouthing their own town. I’m wondering why... Read more
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The Daily Sentinel
Email letters, August 10, 2015 There are disconcerting facts about fossil fuel companies and climate change
Email letters, August 10, 2015
The Daily Sentinel / Posted 21 days ago
There are disconcerting facts about fossil fuel companies and climate change I have just returned from a vacation in my former state, Alaska, where the public was bombarded with radio advertisements for good “clean”... Read more
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Zero Hedge
EPA Admits Spilling Millions Of Gallons Of Toxic Waste Into Colorado River - Stunning Aerial FootageSubmitted by John Vibes via TheAntiMedia.org, The Environmental Protection Age
EPA Admits Spilling Millions Of Gallons Of Toxic Waste Into Colorado River - Stunning Aerial Footage
Zero Hedge / Posted 21 days ago
Submitted by John Vibes via TheAntiMedia.org, The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the federal organization in charge of fining and arresting people and companies for damage done to the environment, spilled over a million gallons of toxic... Read more
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CBS 5 Phoenix
EPA: No word yet on health risk from Colorado mine spillDENVER (AP) - The mustard-colored muck that spilled into a river from a shutter
EPA: No word yet on health risk from Colorado mine spill
CBS 5 Phoenix / Posted 23 days ago
DENVER (AP) - The mustard-colored muck that spilled into a river from a shuttered Colorado gold mine contains heavy metals including lead and arsenic, but it's too early to know whether they pose a health risk, federal environmental officials said... Read more
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Denver Post
Regional EPA director calls wastewater spill in Animas River 'tragic'DURANGO — Environmental Protection Agency officials facing sad, scared and angr
Regional EPA director calls wastewater spill in Animas River 'tragic'
Denver Post / Posted 23 days ago
DURANGO — Environmental Protection Agency officials facing sad, scared and angry residents whose river is being poisoned after botched federal work on an old mine apologized Friday, calling it a tragic disaster and revealing some of the contaminants... Read more
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Business Insider
A mustard-colored muck poured out of a shuttered gold mine in ColoradoDENVER (AP) — The mustard-colored muck that spilled into a river from a shutter
A mustard-colored muck poured out of a shuttered gold mine in Colorado
Business Insider / Posted 23 days ago
DENVER (AP) — The mustard-colored muck that spilled into a river from a shuttered Colorado gold mine contains heavy metals including lead and arsenic, but it's too early to know whether they pose a health risk, federal environmental officials said... Read more
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WTOC 11 Savannah
EPA: No word yet on health risk from Colorado mine spillDENVER (AP) - The mustard-colored muck that spilled into a river from a shutter
EPA: No word yet on health risk from Colorado mine spill
WTOC 11 Savannah / Posted 23 days ago
DENVER (AP) - The mustard-colored muck that spilled into a river from a shuttered Colorado gold mine contains heavy metals including lead and arsenic, but it's too early to know whether they pose a health risk, federal environmental officials said... Read more
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WBTV Charlotte
EPA: No word yet on health risk from Colorado mine spillDENVER (AP) - The mustard-colored muck that spilled into a river from a shutter
EPA: No word yet on health risk from Colorado mine spill
WBTV Charlotte / Posted 23 days ago
DENVER (AP) - The mustard-colored muck that spilled into a river from a shuttered Colorado gold mine contains heavy metals including lead and arsenic, but it's too early to know whether they pose a health risk, federal environmental officials said... Read more
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KTRE Lufkin and Nacogdoches
EPA: No word yet on health risk from Colorado mine spillDENVER (AP) - The mustard-colored muck that spilled into a river from a shutter
EPA: No word yet on health risk from Colorado mine spill
KTRE Lufkin and Nacogdoches / Posted 23 days ago
DENVER (AP) - The mustard-colored muck that spilled into a river from a shuttered Colorado gold mine contains heavy metals including lead and arsenic, but it's too early to know whether they pose a health risk, federal environmental officials said... Read more
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Hawaii News Now
EPA: No word yet on health risk from Colorado mine spillDENVER (AP) - The mustard-colored muck that spilled into a river from a shutter
EPA: No word yet on health risk from Colorado mine spill
Hawaii News Now / Posted 23 days ago
DENVER (AP) - The mustard-colored muck that spilled into a river from a shuttered Colorado gold mine contains heavy metals including lead and arsenic, but it's too early to know whether they pose a health risk, federal environmental officials said... Read more
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WALB Albany
EPA: No word yet on health risk from Colorado mine spillDENVER (AP) - The mustard-colored muck that spilled into a river from a shutter
EPA: No word yet on health risk from Colorado mine spill
WALB Albany / Posted 23 days ago
DENVER (AP) - The mustard-colored muck that spilled into a river from a shuttered Colorado gold mine contains heavy metals including lead and arsenic, but it's too early to know whether they pose a health risk, federal environmental officials said... Read more
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WTVM 9 Columbus
EPA: No word yet on health risk from Colorado mine spillDENVER (AP) - The mustard-colored muck that spilled into a river from a shutter
EPA: No word yet on health risk from Colorado mine spill
WTVM 9 Columbus / Posted 23 days ago
DENVER (AP) - The mustard-colored muck that spilled into a river from a shuttered Colorado gold mine contains heavy metals including lead and arsenic, but it's too early to know whether they pose a health risk, federal environmental officials said... Read more
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KLTV 7 Tyler
EPA: No word yet on health risk from Colorado mine spillDENVER (AP) - The mustard-colored muck that spilled into a river from a shutter
EPA: No word yet on health risk from Colorado mine spill
KLTV 7 Tyler / Posted 23 days ago
DENVER (AP) - The mustard-colored muck that spilled into a river from a shuttered Colorado gold mine contains heavy metals including lead and arsenic, but it's too early to know whether they pose a health risk, federal environmental officials said... Read more
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Quincy Herald-Whig
EPA: No word yet on health risk from Colorado mine spillDENVER (AP) - The mustard-colored muck that spilled into a river from a shutter
EPA: No word yet on health risk from Colorado mine spill
Quincy Herald-Whig / Posted 23 days ago
DENVER (AP) - The mustard-colored muck that spilled into a river from a shuttered Colorado gold mine contains heavy metals including lead and arsenic, but it's too early to know whether they pose a health risk, federal environmental officials said... Read more
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FOX 13 Memphis
EPA: No word yet on health risk from Colorado mine spillDENVER (AP) - The mustard-colored muck that spilled into a river from a shutter
EPA: No word yet on health risk from Colorado mine spill
FOX 13 Memphis / Posted 23 days ago
DENVER (AP) - The mustard-colored muck that spilled into a river from a shuttered Colorado gold mine contains heavy metals including lead and arsenic, but it's too early to know whether they pose a health risk, federal environmental officials said... Read more
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KFVS 12 Cape Girardeau
EPA: No word yet on health risk from Colorado mine spillDENVER (AP) - The mustard-colored muck that spilled into a river from a shutter
EPA: No word yet on health risk from Colorado mine spill
KFVS 12 Cape Girardeau / Posted 23 days ago
DENVER (AP) - The mustard-colored muck that spilled into a river from a shuttered Colorado gold mine contains heavy metals including lead and arsenic, but it's too early to know whether they pose a health risk, federal environmental officials said... Read more
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KFJX Pittsburg
EPA: No word yet on health risk from Colorado mine spillDENVER (AP) - The mustard-colored muck that spilled into a river from a shutter
EPA: No word yet on health risk from Colorado mine spill
KFJX Pittsburg / Posted 23 days ago
DENVER (AP) - The mustard-colored muck that spilled into a river from a shuttered Colorado gold mine contains heavy metals including lead and arsenic, but it's too early to know whether they pose a health risk, federal environmental officials said... Read more
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WDAM-TV Hattiesburg
EPA: No word yet on health risk from Colorado mine spillDENVER (AP) - The mustard-colored muck that spilled into a river from a shutter
EPA: No word yet on health risk from Colorado mine spill
WDAM-TV Hattiesburg / Posted 23 days ago
DENVER (AP) - The mustard-colored muck that spilled into a river from a shuttered Colorado gold mine contains heavy metals including lead and arsenic, but it's too early to know whether they pose a health risk, federal environmental officials said... Read more
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WECT 6 Wilmington
EPA: No word yet on health risk from Colorado mine spillDENVER (AP) - The mustard-colored muck that spilled into a river from a shutter
EPA: No word yet on health risk from Colorado mine spill
WECT 6 Wilmington / Posted 23 days ago
DENVER (AP) - The mustard-colored muck that spilled into a river from a shuttered Colorado gold mine contains heavy metals including lead and arsenic, but it's too early to know whether they pose a health risk, federal environmental officials said... Read more
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WSFA 12 Montgomery
EPA: No word yet on health risk from Colorado mine spillDENVER (AP) - The mustard-colored muck that spilled into a river from a shutter
EPA: No word yet on health risk from Colorado mine spill
WSFA 12 Montgomery / Posted 23 days ago
DENVER (AP) - The mustard-colored muck that spilled into a river from a shuttered Colorado gold mine contains heavy metals including lead and arsenic, but it's too early to know whether they pose a health risk, federal environmental officials said... Read more
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14 WFIE Evansville
EPA: No word yet on health risk from Colorado mine spillDENVER (AP) - The mustard-colored muck that spilled into a river from a shutter
EPA: No word yet on health risk from Colorado mine spill
14 WFIE Evansville / Posted 23 days ago
DENVER (AP) - The mustard-colored muck that spilled into a river from a shuttered Colorado gold mine contains heavy metals including lead and arsenic, but it's too early to know whether they pose a health risk, federal environmental officials said... Read more
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FOX 4 News
EPA: No word yet on health risk from Colorado mine spillDENVER (AP) - The mustard-colored muck that spilled into a river from a shutter
EPA: No word yet on health risk from Colorado mine spill
FOX 4 News / Posted 23 days ago
DENVER (AP) - The mustard-colored muck that spilled into a river from a shuttered Colorado gold mine contains heavy metals including lead and arsenic, but it's too early to know whether they pose a health risk, federal environmental officials said... Read more
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KXXV Waco
EPA: No word yet on health risk from Colorado mine spillDENVER (AP) - The mustard-colored muck that spilled into a river from a shutter
EPA: No word yet on health risk from Colorado mine spill
KXXV Waco / Posted 23 days ago
DENVER (AP) - The mustard-colored muck that spilled into a river from a shuttered Colorado gold mine contains heavy metals including lead and arsenic, but it's too early to know whether they pose a health risk, federal environmental officials said... Read more
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FOX 29 Philadelphia
EPA: No word yet on health risk from Colorado mine spillDENVER (AP) - The mustard-colored muck that spilled into a river from a shutter
EPA: No word yet on health risk from Colorado mine spill
FOX 29 Philadelphia / Posted 23 days ago
DENVER (AP) - The mustard-colored muck that spilled into a river from a shuttered Colorado gold mine contains heavy metals including lead and arsenic, but it's too early to know whether they pose a health risk, federal environmental officials said... Read more
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WREX-TV Rockford
EPA: No word yet on health risk from Colorado mine spillDENVER (AP) - The mustard-colored muck that spilled into a river from a shutter
EPA: No word yet on health risk from Colorado mine spill
WREX-TV Rockford / Posted 23 days ago
DENVER (AP) - The mustard-colored muck that spilled into a river from a shuttered Colorado gold mine contains heavy metals including lead and arsenic, but it's too early to know whether they pose a health risk, federal environmental officials said... Read more
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The Daily Sentinel
Email letters, August 7, 2015 Our rural congressmen should represent the interest of the people in their di
Email letters, August 7, 2015
The Daily Sentinel / Posted 24 days ago
Our rural congressmen should represent the interest of the people in their districts Congressmen Scott Tipton and Ken Buck should be representing the people of their rural districts, not the interests of foreign... Read more
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The Daily Sentinel
Bill would establish 8 wilderness areas in Mesa County U.S. Rep. Diana DeGette, D-Colo., has introduced legislation to designate 31
Bill would establish 8 wilderness areas in Mesa County
The Daily Sentinel / Posted 24 days ago
U.S. Rep. Diana DeGette, D-Colo., has introduced legislation to designate 31 wilderness areas comprising about 750,000 acres in the state. DeGette’s Colorado Wilderness Bill, H.R. 3336, would... Read more
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KJCT 8 Grand Junction
Congressman Tipton visits students at Sage Truck Driving SchoolGRAND JUNCTION, Colo. Congressman Scott Tipton paid a visit to the students an
Congressman Tipton visits students at Sage Truck Driving School
KJCT 8 Grand Junction / Posted 25 days ago
GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. Congressman Scott Tipton paid a visit to the students and instructors at Sage Truck Driving School in Grand Junction on Wednesday. Congressman Tipton says he was impressed by the one-on-one learning opportunity the school... Read more
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KKCO Grand Junction
Congressman Tipton visits students at Sage Truck Driving SchoolGRAND JUNCTION, Colo. Congressman Scott Tipton paid a visit to the students an
Congressman Tipton visits students at Sage Truck Driving School
KKCO Grand Junction / Posted 25 days ago
GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. Congressman Scott Tipton paid a visit to the students and instructors at Sage Truck Driving School in Grand Junction on Wednesday. Congressman Tipton says he was impressed by the one-on-one learning opportunity the school... Read more
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The Daily Sentinel
Legislators want TSA explanation for GJ denial The Transportation Security Administration owes a full explanation about why
Legislators want TSA explanation for GJ denial
The Daily Sentinel / Posted 26 days ago
The Transportation Security Administration owes a full explanation about why it rejected Grand Junction Regional Airport’s perimeter security plan, three federal legislators said. That explanation is... Read more
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The Daily Sentinel
Don't rob us for roads, banks tell congressmanDon’t rob us for roads, banks tell congressman As Home Loan’s Dennis King list
Don't rob us for roads, banks tell congressman
The Daily Sentinel / Posted 27 days ago
Don’t rob us for roads, banks tell congressman As Home Loan’s Dennis King listens, Rep. Scott Tipton talks to a group of local bankers about the economic challenges still facing the country and financial institutions during a meeting at the Chamber... Read more
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The Daily Sentinel
Citizens vent displeasure with government at Tipton town hall Frustration with leadership in Washington, D.C., dominated a town hall Monday
Citizens vent displeasure with government at Tipton town hall
The Daily Sentinel / Posted 27 days ago
Frustration with leadership in Washington, D.C., dominated a town hall Monday with U.S. Rep. Scott Tipton, R-Colo. Tipton, who is touring the 3rd Congressional District during the August... Read more
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KJCT 8 Grand Junction
Congressman Tipton discusses hot button issues with residentsGRAND JUNCTION, Colo. The Mesa County Commissioner Chamber was a full house Mon
Congressman Tipton discusses hot button issues with residents
KJCT 8 Grand Junction / Posted 27 days ago
GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. The Mesa County Commissioner Chamber was a full house Monday night as residents came out to talk with Congressman Scott Tipton and hear his thoughts on important issues. Tipton listened to residents and answered questions about... Read more
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KKCO Grand Junction
Congressman Tipton discusses hot button issues with residentsGRAND JUNCTION, Colo. The Mesa County Commissioner Chamber was a full house Mon
Congressman Tipton discusses hot button issues with residents
KKCO Grand Junction / Posted 27 days ago
GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. The Mesa County Commissioner Chamber was a full house Monday night as residents came out to talk with Congressman Scott Tipton and hear his thoughts on important issues. Tipton listened to residents and answered questions about... Read more
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KKCO Grand Junction
Congressman Tipton visits the Grand ValleyMESA COUNTY, Colo. Congress is dismissed for their annual August recess and Rep
Congressman Tipton visits the Grand Valley
KKCO Grand Junction / Posted 27 days ago
MESA COUNTY, Colo. Congress is dismissed for their annual August recess and Representative Scott Tipton is taking some of this time to visit the Grand Valley to answer some of your questions. Tipton will be hosting a series of town hall meetings... Read more
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The Daily Sentinel
Published Letters, Aug. 2, 2015 How many police cams could have been obtained with city employees’ payout mon
Published Letters, Aug. 2, 2015
The Daily Sentinel / Posted 29 days ago
How many police cams could have been obtained with city employees’ payout money? Again, a rather generous (financially anyway) cash settlement is handed to a Grand Junction city employee in exchange for a “shut up... Read more
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