Western Colorado

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Natural Resources director wants to keep job under Hickenlooper

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The man who has headed the Colorado Department of Natural Resources under Gov. Bill Ritter since May wants to stay on with the new administration. Mike King, a Montrose native who has served in several roles in the department, which ...


Wildlife officials to discuss water project

By Dennis Webb

The Colorado Division of Wildlife next week will release an analysis of the potential effects on the Colorado River basin of a proposed Denver Water diversion project. Division staff members are scheduled to discuss the Moffat Firming Project ...


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Man, 73, reported missing in Montrose

By William Woody

Police were searching Saturday for an elderly Montrose man who had been reported missing. Alfonso Gutierrez, 73, was last seen by his wife at their home in the 1600 block of Bighorn Street in the Bear Creek subdivision Thursday night when the ...


PARADE OF LITES SPRING WORK

Parade lights up Main St.

By Emily Shockley

It’s really more fun than it sounds. That’s the sentiment of Wes Robbins after spending weeks painstakingly constructing a gingerbread-house-shaped float for the 27th annual Parade of Lights with his wife and co-owner of Guardian ...


Student arrested in bomb threat

By Emily Shockley

A 12-year-old boy was arrested Monday on suspicion of making a bomb threat at Bookcliff Middle School, 540 29 1/4 Road. The boy, a student at the school, wrote an anonymous note indicating he would blow up the school, according to Grand ...


Mistaken data dumper tried to post more documents

By Paul Shockley

All documented interviews with suspects, victims or witnesses from the past 20 years at the Mesa County Sheriff’s Department avoided worldwide exposure earlier this year. That’s not for lack of effort. Sheriff’s Department ...


For the Record, Dec. 4, 2010

By Staff

BIRTHS St. Mary’s Hospital Dustin and Jayme Monger, Loma, a daughter, Oct. 18. Andrew and Tia Peters, Grand Junction, a son, Nov. 11. Jodi and Jessica Roehm, Grand Junction, a son, Nov. 11 Desiree Lee Trujillo, Grand Junction, a ...


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Fracking fluid spills in canyon

By Amy Hamilton

Fluids used for drilling wells spilled from a truck on Colorado Highway 65 on Friday morning but did not enter Plateau Creek, according to Plateau Valley Fire Protection District Chief Randy Leach. Leach said a BJ Services Co. truck was ...


Nisley Elementary earns state honor for its excellence

By Emily Shockley

Nisley Elementary School has been named a 2010 Center of Excellence School by the Colorado Department of Education. The distinction is given each year to schools with the highest rates of individual growth on Colorado Student Assessment Plan ...


Tax credits, other benefits slated to expire

By Emily Shockley

Unemployment benefit extensions aren’t the only items at risk of expiring at the end of the year. A number of tax credits, loan terms and other provisions are scheduled to go out the window. One tax credit set to expire at the end of ...


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