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Pitkin County to rethink inaction on medical pot

By Dennis Webb

Pitkin County commissioners will rethink their previous shelving of proposed regulations allowing and governing medical marijuana operations, after learning that simply doing nothing is tantamount to making existing operations ...


Area conservative group throws weight behind Santorum

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Former Sen. Rick Santorum, R-Pa., was the clear favorite among local, self-described conservatives in a straw poll. Among the 118 people who attended the Western Slope Conservative Alliance meeting Thursday, Santorum captured nearly half the ...


010712 Knit a thon

48-hour Knit-a-Thon creates hats, boots for babies and the homeless

By Melinda Mawdsley

It’s all in the fingers, Melanie Grimes said. As the woman tried to teach a novice the tricks to the loops and pulls of the crochet trade, she reiterated that practice makes perfect. “It’s like learning a new instrument ...


You Said It, Jan. 8, 2012

By Staff

I think it’s nice to ring in the New Year, but why go overboard? This is to my neighbors on Parkview. You know who you are. You have no consideration for your neighbors. You were revving up a motorcycle, honking the horn, a woman was ...


Prosecutors fight to keep trial in GJ

By Paul Shockley

An extensive remodel of Grand Junction’s federal courthouse will be done by the time both sides will be ready for the trial of a pair of former western Colorado doctors, prosecutors said in a court filing Thursday. Moreover, Assistant ...


010812 realtors

Realtors get real about market, get out of game

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Lori Garrison was not destined to be an aggressive salesperson. She didn’t mind the hard work of being a real estate agent. But once the Grand Junction real estate market began a tailspin in late 2008, the work got harder. The rising ...


010712 cold tennis

Low-pressure system blows in, blows out

By Melinda Mawdsley

One day after balmy weather — by winter standards — saddened skiers and sent Grand Valley residents outdoors sans jackets, the weather changed in a Colorado instant. Temperatures on Friday hit 47 degrees beneath clear, sunny ...


GOP voter ranks swell

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Republicans tightened their grip on western Colorado during the last four years, party registration suggests. Delta, Garfield, Mesa, Montrose and Rio Blanco counties overall saw Republican Party registration grow more than 6 percent since the ...


Blue Angels advance team lands in GJ

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The Blue Angels will speed over the Grand Valley this September, sometimes at the dizzying low altitude of 50 feet and moving at a rate just below the speed of sound, for AirShow! Western Colorado. Two members of the U.S. Navy’s Blue ...


010611 Utah wreck

Two men badly hurt in rollover near Utah border

By Paul Shockley

The driver of a minivan involved in a crash Friday on Interstate 70 near the Colorado-Utah line was believed to have fallen asleep at the wheel, Utah Highway Patrolman Lawrence Hopper said. Two men, whose identities weren’t released by ...


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