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Bishop backs lower tuition for immigrants

By Charles Ashby

Tillie Bishop reserves the right to change his mind, and that’s exactly what he has done. The former state lawmaker and current member of the University of Colorado Board of Regents now believes the children of illegal immigrants should ...


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18-year-old will be prosecuted as adult in killing of mom’s dog

By Paul Shockley

A Grand Junction teenager accused of mutilating a dog and hanging its carcass from a public bridge over the Colorado River will be prosecuted as an adult, the Mesa County District Attorney’s Office said Tuesday. Joseph Nelson, 18, who ...


Mesa County ends 2011 with 9 percent unemployment

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Mesa County’s unemployment rate finished the last month of 2011 at 9 percent, half of a percentage point above where the rate had been for the previous three months. Colorado’s unemployment rate also increased, from 7.8 percent in ...


Beeson will try to keep job as DA in 9th Judicial District

By Dennis Webb

Republican Martin Beeson said this week he will run for re-election as district attorney for the 9th Judicial District, which covers Garfield, Rio Blanco and Pitkin counties. The Rifle resident will seek his second full term. He first took ...


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Planned gravel pit creates dustup

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After successfully fighting off a race track and a prison near her home in Alaska, Barbara Shine three years ago bought and moved into her retirement home in Clifton, enticed by grand views of the Bookcliffs and the serenity of the nearby ...


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More victims identified in shooting spree

By Paul Shockley

An 18-year-old man charged in connection with a multiday shooting spree allegedly confessed to targeting new, previously unknown, potential victims at a home in Pear Park, according to the Mesa County Sheriff’s ...


Group holding hearing on oil, gas lease proposal

By Dennis Webb

A citizens group says it will conduct its own public hearing on proposed oil and gas leasing in the North Fork Valley after the Bureau of Land Management declined to hold one. Citizens for a Healthy Community scheduled the event for Saturday ...


Show Ute Water’s woes with EPA to Congress, manager says

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The Grand Valley’s largest water supplier’s frustrations in expanding a small reservoir on Grand Mesa would make a strong case study for Congress, the manager of the Ute Water Conservancy District said. U.S. Rep. Scott Tipton, ...


Powderhorn donates revenue from lift tickets to two groups

By Dave Buchanan

As part of its pledge to support local nonprofit organizations, Powderhorn Mountain Resort this week donated $1,000 of opening-day lift-ticket revenue to Colorado Discover Ability and Mesa County Partners. “As part of our 45th ...


Republicans vie for seat in 57th District

By Dennis Webb

A race is on among Republicans to represent the reconstituted Colorado House District 57, which next year will consist of Garfield, Rio Blanco and Moffat counties. Battlement Mesa resident Ron Roesener has stepped down as Republican Party ...


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