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City bans burning on small parcels

By Amy Hamilton

Residents who had been fuming over Grand Junction’s residential backyard burning ordinance breathed a little easier Wednesday night. The Grand Junction City Council unanimously approved tighter controls on the burning of yard waste ...

‘Kill’ committees 
again draw fire 
in perennial rite

By Charles Ashby

In the classic 1942 movie, “Casablanca,” Capt. Louis Renault tells Humphrey Bogart that he’s “shocked, shocked” to learn that gambling is going on in the establishment Bogart’s character operates. A similar ...

DNR official named to head state energy office

By Dennis Webb

A woman currently overseeing energy and minerals for the state Department of Natural Resources will become the new executive director of the Colorado Energy Office. Gov. John Hickenlooper has appointed Kathleen Staks to replace Jeff ...


Johnston poised to seek guv’s office

By Charles Ashby

Former state Sen. Mike Johnston is to announce plans later today to run for Colorado governor in 2018. Johnston, a Denver Democrat who grew up in Eagle County, served two terms in the Colorado Senate until last year, when he was barred from ...

GJ attorney Grattan to become county judge

By Gary Harmon

A Grand Junction attorney who has specialized in business law will be sworn in this month as a Mesa County judge. Michael Grattan III, a finalist for two other places on the bench, was selected by Gov. John Hickenlooper to replace Gretchen ...

Deadline nears for council contenders

By Staff

Thinking about running for Grand Junction City Council? The clock is ticking for candidates to submit the necessary paperwork. Four city council seats are up for grabs in the April municipal election. Candidates have a 5 p.m. Jan. 23 ...

Interior: BLM will mull reform to coal royalties

By Dennis Webb

The Obama administration said Wednesday that the Bureau of Land Management will study federal coal program reforms that could include anything from raising royalty rates to ending new leasing due to climate-change concerns. The prospects for ...

Crisanta Duran

2017 Legislature opens

By Charles Ashby

DENVER — The state’s first Latina speaker of the Colorado House said during Wednesday’s opening day of the Legislature that she’s not going to put up with any kind of hate or fear-mongering. Denver Democrat Crisanta ...

BLM revises oil shale royalty rates

By Dennis Webb

The Obama administration on Tuesday released new oil shale regulations establishing that royalty rates set in 2008 are now a minimum rate, with the discretion of the Interior secretary to set higher rates on a lease-by-lease basis. The ...


Governor: Roads, broadband need funding source

By Charles Ashby

The state can’t afford to wait any longer when it comes to the state’s infrastructure, particularly when it comes to broadband deployment and improving the state’s roads, Gov. John Hickenlooper said Tuesday. In highlighting ...

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