• 022517_Salaries

    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...

  • 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...

  • 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,...

  • Two teens face numerous charges in connection with rash of break-ins

    Two 18-year-olds are facing a slew of charges for allegedly breaking into a number of vehicles and garages in the area of 31 1/2 Road and F Road early Thursday morning. Allen Acosta and...

  • 022417_election_costs

    Voter hindrance 
or money saver?

    The Colorado Legislature is considering a bill designed to help save money when the state conducts elections. Problem is, some people see it as a way to suppress voter turnout. That...

  • 022517_MUG_Walter_Fees

    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...

  • 022517_1a_McCarty_lost_job2_dah

    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....

  • 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...



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    RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) — Rio de Janeiro's Carnival parade is world famous for the samba dancing, costumes that leave little to the imagination and the magnificent floats that roll down Avenida Marques de Sapucai, also known as the "sambadrome." For the competitors, getting to the big show is months in the making.

  • In a blow, twin attacks on Syrian security kill at least 32

    BEIRUT (AP) — In synchronized attacks, insurgents stormed into heavily guarded security offices in Syria's central Homs city, clashed with troops and then blew themselves up, killing a senior officer and at least 31 others, state media and officials reported.

  • Britain agrees $150 million loan guarantee to Egypt on visit

    LONDON (AP) — Britain on Saturday finalized a $150 million loan guarantee to Egypt, where Boris Johnson was on his first visit to the country as Foreign Secretary and as a human rights organization urged him to speak about what they described as "appalling" abuses.

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