Category Archives: June 2013

Rules file notice of intent to sue

Print this articleBy Gail Binkly and David Grant Long Former Montezuma County Commissioner Larrie and his wife, Pat DeGagne Rule, have filed a notice of intent to sue the Colorado State Patrol and the Montezuma County Sheriff’s Office over their … Continue reading

Published in June 2013

‘Star Trek into Darkness’ just Khan’t quite make it

Print this articleI have a confession to make: I’ve been pretending to be something I’m not – namely, a normal person. But in my old age, I’ve decided to reveal the truth. I’m a Trekkie, Trekker — no point in … Continue reading

Published in June 2013

Healing jewels

Print this articleWhen most people use the term “healing arts,” they are referring to the medical profession – alternative healing techniques such as acupuncture, massage, reiki, or traditional medicine involving doctors and nurses. Yet the idea of “art therapy” or … Continue reading

Published in June 2013

A new book revisits the 1998 Four Corners manhunt

Print this articleAt times it’s more like a plodding trudge than a “Dead Run,” but that is the title chosen for an uneven, interesting but sometimes wildly speculative account of a notorious event that rocked the Four Corners 15 years … Continue reading

Published in June 2013

The Navajo Nation nixes access for uranium mining

Print this articleThe Navajo Nation has announced that it will deny access across its lands to a company that wants to mine uranium on state land near the Grand Canyon in Arizona, at least until the mining company meets the … Continue reading

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Have plans stalled for a resort at the Grand Canyon?

Print this articleMum’s been the word on a controversial proposal to build a huge tourist destination in the Navajo Nation’s part of the Grand Canyon, near the confluence of the Colorado and Little Colorado rivers. But indications are the idea … Continue reading

Published in June 2013

Cycling’s impact on the area’s economy

Print this articleAs the sun rises over the barn, a new breed of animal amasses into a herd. The creatures’ ghostly silhouettes jump, shift and shuffle to keep warm. Without warning, a cannon boom sends the herd into a kinetic … Continue reading

Published in June 2013