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A Golden woman who went on a Colorado ski trip last week didn't return home when expected and is considered missing. Lacey S. Oar, 32, headed southwest on Dec. 23 to ski Wolf Creek and Crested Butte and was supposed to return home on Sunday Dec. 27, according to a community Facebook page FindLaceyOar. Comment?
A United Launch Alliance Atlas V rocket carrying the GPS IIF-10 mission for the Air Force lifts off in July. ULA, a joint venture of Lockheed Martin Corp. and Boeing Co. Comment?
Last week Aerojet Rocketdyne learned its $2 billion bid to buy Centennial-based United Launch Alliance - the Pentagon's top rocket supplier - was rejected. Orbital ATK will take over from Aerojet Rocketdyne as the sole provider of solid rocket boosters for ULA's Atlas V launch vehicle in 2018 and its upcoming Vulcan launch system in mid-2019. Comment?
Smoke from wildfires in other states is prompting a smoke health advisory on Thursday for northwest and west-central Colorado. The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment issued the alert to be in effect through 9 a.m. Friday. Comment?
Authorities say a former Western Slope physician prescribed "unprecedented levels" of powerful prescription drugs to people who did not need them, contributing to a drug-abuse problem in Montrose and surrounding communities. According to plea documents, Eric Peper was indicted on dozens of counts related to health-care fraud, Controlled Substance Act violations and money laundering, along with his former employer, Sam Jahani. Comment?
A dispute between the Tri-State Generation and Transmission Association and one of its Colorado electric cooperatives has opened the way for more renewable energy in rural communities. At issue was whether the Delta-Montrose Electric Association could buy locally produced hydropower or had to hold to its Tri-State contract limiting local power generation. Comment?
In the past decade, Centennial-based United Launch Alliance has enjoyed little to no challenge to its reign as America's pre-eminent ride to space. The Air Force on May 28 certified the Falcon 9 launch system from Space Exploration Technologies Inc., or SpaceX , for national security space missions, establishing it as a direct competitor to ULA. Comment?
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