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Natural gas for big rigs?

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A near-mirror-image map might hold the key to making natural gas viable as a domestic transportation fuel. Bryan Willson, director of the Engines and Energy Conversion Lab at Colorado State University, showed two maps Friday at the Energy ...

For The Record, Feb. 25, 2012

By Staff

BIRTHS St. Mary’s Hospital Justin Terry and Brandy Barker, Grand Junction, a son, Feb. 9. William and Christy Wharton, Grand Junction, a son, Feb. 9. Thomas and Elizabeth Tripp, Grand Junction, a son, Feb. 12. Mark Randall and ...

Basalt teacher resigns after sex assault arrest

By Dennis Webb

A Basalt High School teacher resigned Wednesday, hours before she faced the likelihood of being fired for an alleged sexual relationship with a male student. Lauren Redfern emailed a letter notifying the Roaring Fork School District of her ...


Economist urges caution in recovery

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To look at the U.S. economy through John Felmy’s eyes, the most recent signs of recovery have all the substance of heat waves distorting the highway on a hot summer day. “There is a lot of irrational exuberance over how well the ...

GJ parents grieve son after military plane crash

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U.S. Air Force Capt. Ryan Preston Hall, the son of a Grand Junction couple, died in a plane crash this month returning from a mission in Africa. “America suffered a grievous loss,” said his father, Dennis Hall. “Our son was ...


Commission candidates take variant paths to same ending

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The eight Republicans vying for the two Mesa County Commission seats that will come open next year all have the same goal: Get onto the primary ballot, then defeat the challenger — assuming there is one — in November. But the ...

Vineyard owner may run against Bradford

By Staff

Rep. Laura Bradford’s troubles may be inspiring at least one potential Republican challenger in her re-election bid for the Colorado House this year. Rusty Price, 64, a Palisade vineyard owner, said Thursday he is considering a bid ...

Lawmaker pay raise a divisive issue

By Charles Ashby

DENVER — Legislators from both parites are either firmly for or adamantly against the idea of increasing per diem pay for rural lawmakers, but no one so far has introduced a measure to block it. Later today, the Senate Appropriations ...


Exploded box was Lions Club joke

By Staff

Tongue-in-cheek costumes and props flaunted by Lions Club members during a parade Saturday produced a bit more firepower than intended. Hundreds of onlookers during the annual Lions Club parade along Main Street watched as Lions Club members ...

Feds reject plan to pipe water from Wyoming

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The Fort Collins man aiming to build a pipeline to carry water from western Wyoming to Colorado’s Front Range said he is undeterred by a federal agency’s rejection of his permit application. Project opponents, however, said Aaron ...

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