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$207 million pipeline deal made

By Dennis Webb

A Dallas-based company has completed a $207 million acquisition of local natural gas pipelines and processing infrastructure, and says it also has deals with two energy companies to expand those assets to help meet their future needs. Summit ...


Vehicle sought in OM homicide probe

By Paul Shockley

Authorities on Tuesday were looking for a Jeep Cherokee believed to have been driven by a man who was found dead Monday on Orchard Mesa in what’s been ruled a homicide. The vehicle is a 1999 four-door, dark-blue Jeep Cherokee, the Mesa ...


Justman leads fundraising in Mesa County Commission race

By Duffy Hayes

The latest campaign finance filings in the two races for seats on the Mesa County Board of Commissioners show thousands being raised and spent, and most — but not all — of the contributions have come from local folks in small ...


Uranium price slips, curtailing local plans

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Energy Fuels Inc., watching the price of uranium slip over recent months, is looking more to its assets in Arizona to meet a production plan of 1 million or more pounds of uranium oxide from its mill in Blanding, Utah. That means plans to ...


Company eyes Utah oil shale project

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A London-based company says it needs only to complete an environmental assessment before it can begin producing from oil shale on state lands in Utah. TomCo Energy PLC owns 2,919 acres of oil shale leases on state school trust lands that the ...


Candidate wants to help hunters who are veterans

By Charles Ashby

The Democratic candidate for House District 55 wants to extend hunting license benefits to veterans besides those with disabilities. Dan Robinson said if voters send him to the Legislature in next month’s election, one of the bills he ...


Groups’ drought-year fish efforts praised

By Dennis Webb

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is praising the voluntary efforts of several private water organizations in the area for their efforts in helping endangered fish during a year of drought. The agency has sent letters of acknowledgement to ...


Williams cancels concert at Two Rivers today

By Staff

Because of illness, musician Don Williams has postponed his concert in Grand Junction, an official with Two Rivers Convention Center said Tuesday. The show, originally scheduled for today, has been moved to May 1. Tickets already purchased ...


Governor takes dive again for ballot measure

By Charles Ashby

Gov. John Hickenlooper and former Gov. Bill Owens jumped out of an airplane in a radio ad debuting today in an effort to get voters to approve Amendment S on this year’s ballot. Well, it’s radio, so no one can tell if ...


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Lecture on life, liberty

By Paul Shockley

Robert Dewey wore his biker black leather, jeans and boots for his speaking engagement at Colorado Mesa University. He urged students to take notes. “I came out of prison looking and acting like I did 18 years ago,” Dewey told a ...


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