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Few federal services assured unless Congress breaks logjam

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The U.S. Postal Service will deliver mail next week, even if the rest of the federal government shuts down, and it most likely will deliver Social Security checks. Beyond that, it’s unclear which federal employees will be on the job ...


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Museum revs up for grand opening

By Melinda Mawdsley

Tammy Allen wanted to bring intrigue and controversy to Grand Junction. The local car collector and museum owner said she accomplished her mission with the $132,000 purchase of the 1963 Pontiac Bonneville Navy ambulance that allegedly carried ...


Regulators: Drilling permit numbers misleading

By Dennis Webb

Oil and gas drilling permits in Colorado continue to show a sharp decline, but state regulators say different measures give a more upbeat indication of industry activity in the state. The Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission approved ...


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Couple turn their grief into help for other families

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Three years ago, Stacy and Chris Hite never imagined they’d soon be burying their grandson. Now they find healing in helping others who are thrust into the same situation. The Hites founded Gabriel’s Wish last month to honor ...


Collbran robotics teams compete in Denver

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Two Mesa County high schools will compete today and Saturday at the FIRST Robotics Colorado Regional Competition in Denver. The Collbran Job Corps’ robotics team has won the competition three times since the team’s rookie season ...


Proof of voters’ citizenship bill advances

By Charles Ashby

The Colorado House gave preliminary approval to a bill Thursday to give Secretary of State Scott Gessler the authority to do what he says he’s already done — check to see if noncitizens have registered to vote. Gessler told ...


GJ man’s courage near Moab makes list of Carnegie heroes

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A Grand Junction man who saved a family of four from drowning last year near Moab, Utah, was among the 20 winners of Carnegie medals for heroism announced late Wednesday. Kenneth M. Goss, 38, a deliveryman for Sentinel Express, was driving ...


Medical pot shops out of business

By Amy Hamilton

Effective today, medical marijuana shops in Grand Junction cannot sell marijuana or marijuana-infused products as a result of a ban approved by city voters. Anyone convicted of selling marijuana from a dispensary is subject to a fine of ...


Exiting officials want to choose new council member

By Amy Hamilton

Two Grand Junction City Council members with a few weeks left in their terms will help appoint a replacement that other council members will work with for at least the next two years. Council members Gregg Palmer and Bruce Hill, who are ...


Fantasy act: Club pays $1,261 fine

By Amy Hamilton

Fantasy, a strip club at 2258 Colex Drive, paid a fine for violating a state liquor law after a female dancer simulated oral sex on one woman and four men during an incident in January. The club’s owner, Kevin Eardley, appeared before ...


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