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BLM plan carries forward Roan protections

By Dennis Webb

The Bureau of Land Management has carried forward in its proposed Roan Plateau resource management plan amendment a draft proposal closing nearly 35,000 acres on the plateau top to oil and gas leasing, in keeping with a legal settlement. The ...

Montrose man, 28, faces ID theft, forgery charges

By Gabrielle Porter

A 28-year-old man accused of stealing his girlfriend’s checkbook and using it to pay for gifts for his other girlfriend and other items has been charged with more than a dozen felony counts of forgery and identity theft. Henry E. ...

US Rep. Tipton overwhelmingly wins primary race

By Charles Ashby

Just like two years ago, U.S. Rep. Scott Tipton had no difficulty defeating his GOP challenger for re-election to a fourth term representing the 3rd Congressional District during Tuesday’s primary race. Tipton led challenger Alex ...


Brad McCloud honored as Grand Junction Lion of the Year

By Katie Langford

Although Brad McCloud is not a Grand Junction native, the 2016 Lion of the Year was honored as an irreplaceable community member and transplant success story at the annual Grand Junction Lions Club luncheon on Tuesday. McCloud was recognized ...

Incumbents fare well in most commissioner races across the region

By Staff

A number of county commissioner races were contested across the region in Tuesday’s primary election. In Delta County, incumbent commissioner J. Mark Roeber appeared to hold off his challenger, Roger W. Bentley, with 53 percent of the ...

Dreams dashed by 
high court 

By Erin McIntyre

In nine words, the U.S. Supreme Court dashed the dreams of millions of undocumented immigrants last week who were hoping to have a legal way to remain in the country. Immigration experts say thousands of immigrants in this situation here in ...


Justman coasts to victory

By Charles Ashby

Mesa County Commissioner John Justman won the right to defend his District 1 seat this fall in Tuesday’s primary elections. Justman was facing Republican challenger John Davis, a housing developer who owns Blue Star ...


Roundabout plan taking shape

By Amy Hamilton

Despite a healthy dose of opposition by some residents, construction is imminent for a roundabout at Broadway and Redlands Parkway. Officials with the Colorado Department of Transportation said at a recent meeting with the Grand Junction City ...

Garfield invokes new state rules for Ursa drilling plan near school

By Dennis Webb

Garfield County commissioners on Monday decided to take advantage of new state rules governing proposed drilling in urban areas in the case of a company’s proposal to drill near Grand Valley High School in the Parachute ...

CenturyLink to offer gigabit internet in GJ

By Amy Hamilton

Internet service provider CenturyLink on Monday announced its plans to offer 1 gigabit broadband service to select businesses that qualify in Grand Junction. Mark Soltes, CenturyLink’s area vice president, public policy and government ...

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