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Legislator has stake in La Plata County lawsuit

By Charles Ashby

The Gunnison legislator who may be faced with the difficult challenge of running a re-election campaign as a write-in candidate has one final chance to get her name on the fall ballot. Rep. Kathleen Curry left the Democratic Party late last ...


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Man accused of vehicular assault

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A transient staying at a North Avenue motel was arrested early Sunday morning on suspicion that he tried to drive over a worker directing traffic at the Alpine Bank Junior College World Series after ignoring the worker’s ...


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Garden is payback for help

By Amy Hamilton

Not long ago, the vacant lot across from Rich Nye’s home was a barren and overlooked patch of dirt and rocks alongside a downtown Grand Junction street. But back in February, Nye had a vision for the lot, and that idea has taken root. ...


Gravel pit plan raises concerns for neighbors

By Emily Shockley

Neighbors of a proposed gravel pit at 104 29 3/4 Road are concerned that traffic associated with the pit will put a strain on the narrow, two-lane road. More than 50 people attended a picnic May 22 so they could discuss the proposed pit and ...


Fruita tries to keep hold of shoppers

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There are roughly 11,000 people living in Fruita who may be eating and shopping a lot somewhere other than where they live. The way city officials see it, there’s no reason they can’t do those things at the west end of the Grand ...


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Gas line severed; fire, flood come next

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A Grand Junction homeowner digging a trench to install an irrigation line in his backyard accidentally hit a gas line Sunday afternoon, sparking a fire that burned for hours and created a spectacle in a downtown neighborhood. The residents at ...


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Don’t worry; bee happy

By Amy Hamilton

With the Grand Valley on the brink of warmer temperatures with winds calming, residents may be more likely to spot bees swarming. Bees swarm when a new queen bee has been created and she breaks off from the hive and is surrounded by worker ...


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Desert flowers going wild, but if you want to see them, hurry up

By Amy Hamilton

The Colorado State University Tri-River Extension Office has been flooded with calls. “Have you seen the wildflowers?” people ask breathlessly, according to Mesa County extension employee Carol Bonet-Butler. Indeed, if you ...


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Rx drug abuse a growing problem for doctors, officials

By Paul Shockley

It was a scene close to what Dr. Marc Breen remembered from hospitals in Chicago. Last December, Breen found himself swamped with new patients over the course of his 12-hour shifts at the emergency room of Community Hospital: three to four ...


Public safety tour costs city $40K so far

By Emily Shockley

The city of Grand Junction’s public safety facilities listening tour, plus fees paid to a marketing firm to get the word out about the facilities and the tour, has cost more than $40,000, according to the city. The city spent more than ...


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