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Senator seeks more time on resource plan

By Dennis Webb

Saying an extra 30 days wasn’t enough, U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet is asking the Bureau of Land Management to grant even more additional time for public comment on what he called an important draft resource management plan. The agency ...


City to do some of county’s purchasing

By Amy Hamilton

Grand Junction city staff will take on some procurement services for Mesa County in lieu of $50,000 payment for the contract’s first year. The idea to combine the process for items both entities need or have the opportunity to buy in ...


Policy change follows inadvertent release of private info to media

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The Colorado State Patrol is changing the way at least one of its dispatch centers releases information to the media after three community corrections inmates’ private information was inadvertently relayed to the media over the ...


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Ankle monitor leads to burglary arrests

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An ankle monitor worn by a suspected burglar linked the man to numerous burglaries in November and December across the Grand Valley and led to his arrest by the Grand Junction Police Department. An arrest warrant was issued Thursday for Cody ...


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Western State contractor accused of unsound work

By Dennis Webb

A former worker on a student apartment complex at Western State College of Colorado in Gunnison is accusing the general contractor of improper construction practices that could make the building structurally unsound. The college and the ...


New board tackles Parachute schools budget

By Dennis Webb

Three new members have been appointed to the Garfield County School District 16 school board, which now will consider budgetary measures that could range anywhere from closing a school to again asking voters to pass a tax increase. The ...


Storm expected to dump snow in high country

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A state snowpack that’s dropped to its lowest level in a decade will receive a boost thanks to a pair of weather systems that moved into western Colorado overnight. The bone-dry Grand Valley should see some precipitation, too, though it ...


Vectra Bank will present economic forecast event Wednesday in webcast

By Staff

Local businesses and consumers for the first time will be able to participate in a Colorado bank’s annual economic forecast breakfast this week. Vectra Bank Colorado will stream the event online from 7:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. Wednesday at ...


Death Notice, Jan. 16, 2012

By Staff

Debbie Young, 57, Grand Junction, died Jan. 14, 2012, at St. Mary’s Hospital. Services will be at 1 p.m. Thursday at Callahan-Edfast Mortuary. Survivors include her husband, Craig of Grand Junction; two sons, Eric Harris of Denver and ...


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Two Parachute men jailed in woman’s disappearance

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Two Parachute men are in custody in North Dakota in connection with the disappearance of a Montana teacher who authorities say is dead. Lester Vann Waters Jr, 47, and Michael Keith Spell, 22, were being held Sunday night in the Williams ...


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