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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Blame Washington's intelligence failure, not lack of police
Topic - Craig Daily Press
A Craig police officer has been terminated following his arrest in Grand Junction on suspicion of disorderly conduct and disrupting government operations.
Verizon Wireless says high winds might be responsible for cellphone service problems in northwestern Colorado.
U.S. Interior Secretary Sally Jewell's office is apologizing after a reporter for the Craig Daily Press was barred from a public meeting on proposed sage-grouse regulations.
The Obama administration's testy relationship with the press is nothing new for Washington, but it's now extended to Colorado and has touched off a firestorm after Interior Department officials booted local reporters from a public meeting last week.
The Obama administration's testy relationship with the press is nothing new in Washington, but it's now extended to Colorado and has touched off a firestorm after Interior Department officials booted local reporters from a public meeting earlier this week.
Colorado's secessionist "51st state" movement gained steam Wednesday as commissioners in an eighth rural county agreed to add the question to their November ballot.