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    County worker blisters official over statement on pay raises

    A man who criticized a Mesa County commissioner for comments she made about employees receiving raises was asked to sign a letter of apology, refused to do so, and no longer works for the...

  • Record, Feb. 25, 2017

    BIRTHS Community Hospital Thomas and Samantha Kornbluth, Palisade, a daughter, Feb. 15. Ismael Luevanos and Reyna Cruz, Grand Junction, a son, Feb. 15. Cody Bosch and Josie Miner, Grand...

  • Death notices, Feb. 25, 2017

    ■ Joe D. Chavez, 74, Fruita, died Feb. 22, 2017, at the Veterans Affairs Medical Center. Services will be at 1 p.m. Wednesday at the New Elmwood Cemetery in Fruita. He was a U.S....

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    Determining if county employees received pay raises proves difficult

    Human resources officials with the county said there is no easy way to tell how many of the county’s employees received raises during the period of time County Commissioner Rose...

  • White House postpones mineral rule in litigation

    The Trump administration has delayed implementation of a rule revising how coal, oil and gas are valued for federal royalty purposes pending resolution of litigation challenging it. The...

  • Cows, Feb. 25, 2017

    Delta Sales Yard Inc.: Market report for Feb. 23: Steers: 200 to 400 lbs., $1.60 to $1.80; 400 to 500 lbs., $1.50 to $1.70; 500 to 600 lbs., $1.45 to $1.63; 600 to 700 lbs., $1.25 to...

  • Getting It Right, Feb. 25, 2017

    A story on Page 1 Friday erroneously stated how long Stephanie Hauck has been in custody on warrants in connection with the death of Linda Smith. Hauck, 14, was taken into protective...

  • Blotter, Feb. 25, 2017

    Man held in explosion A third man accused of running a hash oil extraction operation that triggered an explosion and fire on New Year’s Eve was ordered held on bond Friday. Shane...

  • Gas industry eyes deeper reach into Asia

    Efforts to export natural gas from northwest Colorado to Japan will continue and the United States might someday expand its natural gas reach as far as China, an industry representative...

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    Gas group picks Fees as Pioneer of Piceance

    An oil and gas man who moved to Grand Junction in 1959 to found his own company, Walter Fees Jr. was recognized Friday night as a Pioneer of the Piceance by the West Slope Colorado Oil and...

  • Students get hands on high tech

    For dozens of local students on Friday, going to school meant building medical equipment, learning about a 3D printer and writing computer code. The hands-on science, technology,...

  • Library event a showcase for West Slope fare

    Depending on emphasis, the word “content” could imply a feeling of satisfaction or the list of chapters in a book or what is happens to be filling in your wine glass at the...



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  • Pence tells Jewish group world will know US supports Israel

    LAS VEGAS (AP) — Vice President Mike Pence assured the Republican Jewish Coalition that he and President Donald Trump will work tirelessly on foreign and domestic issues important to the group, such as enacting business-friendly policies at home and supporting Israel abroad.

  • AP Explains: Why the Democratic Party chair race matters

    ATLANTA (AP) — National Democrats will elect a new chair whose task is to steady a reeling party and capitalize on the widespread opposition to Republican President Donald Trump.

  • White House defends contacts with FBI over Russia reports

    WASHINGTON (AP) — The White House on Friday defended chief of staff Reince Priebus against accusations he breached a government firewall when he asked FBI Director James Comey to publicly dispute media reports that Trump campaign advisers had been frequently in touch with Russian intelligence agents.

  • Protesters again greet McConnell appearance at home

    LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) — Protesters who shadowed Mitch McConnell during his home state appearances this week are vowing to keep tracking the Senate majority leader whenever he returns to Kentucky.

  • EPA delays rule for miners to give cleanup assurances

    BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) — Facing pushback from industry and Republicans in Congress, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency delayed on Friday a proposal that would require mining companies to show they have the financial wherewithal to clean up their pollution so taxpayers aren't stuck footing the bill.

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