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Valley haze from Idaho wildfires

By Katie Langford

A persistent haze over the Grand Valley this week might be caused by wildfires near the northern Rocky Mountains in Idaho, according to Joe Ramey, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service. “Without any kind of hard evidence, ...

Plateau Valley parcel leased for gas drilling

By Staff

The Bureau of Land Management in Colorado on Thursday sold an oil and gas lease for one parcel totaling about 922 acres in the Plateau Valley area on Grand Mesa in its quarterly lease sale. Lone Tree Energy & Associates in Littleton ...

CEO: Edit video for free - and win a grand

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

It’s easy to edit and easy to win at Loopster.com. “Just move the editing bar to the right,” said Bill Baird, CEO and founder of the newest internet video editing company, “Move this bar to the left, and .... ...


Sis breathes gift of life

By Duffy Hayes

Airman Basic Shelby Goff returned home to Grand Junction on Thursday a different person — more mature than her 18 years, polite but hardened from her months-long experience at basic training. She also returned home a hero. Just days ...


New Cedaredge Elementary boasts safety, energy upgrade

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Cedaredge Elementary School students will have one place to call home when school starts Aug. 20. In addition to a main building at 230 Northwest Cedar Ave., the old Cedaredge Elementary School included two kindergarten cottages, a house, a ...


Obama rips ‘tax-cut fairy dust’

By Charles Ashby

Barack Obama is running for a second term because he has a plan to continue helping the country recover from the recession, the president told a screaming Grand Junction crowd on Wednesday. And only by electing him to another four-year term ...


‘He has got to go,’ critics of prez say

By Staff

Republicans, conservatives, tea party activists, the Romney campaign, Americans for Prosperity, Compass Colorado and perhaps others all took their shots at President Barack Obama — and sometimes each other — on Wednesday. At the ...


Letters create more trouble for murder plot suspect

By Paul Shockley

A Grand Junction woman accused of plotting to kill her husband by poisoning his whiskey faces new possible charges after sending her husband letters demanding he leave their marital home, according to court records. Deone Marie Graham, 45, ...

Kayla for web

Ticketless teen gets in on her pluck and charm

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Kayla Voltzel, a Grand Junction High School student, didn’t have a ticket to President Barack Obama’s speech, but she wasn’t to be deterred. Voltzel bicycled up to campaign volunteer Rose Washpun, who was directing ticket ...


Speech enthralls president’s supporters

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President Barack Obama wowed supporters from western Colorado and even from Germany during his Wednesday rally at Grand Junction High School. “He’s not taking back health care, so that’s good,” supporter Tara Morrison ...

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