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Waterline break leads to broken heart for Bronco fan

By Amy Hamilton

Grand Junction city officials said a sewer line was to blame for a waterline break Monday that flooded one home and damaged two more properties on Hillcrest Avenue. The resulting torrent collapsed a trench and broke a natural gas line. Grand ...


City looks at Canyon View parking woes

By Amy Hamilton

About four to five times a year during large sports tournaments, city officials hear the complaints from motorists trying to find a parking spot at Canyon View Park. An abundance of parking spaces are available at the park off G and 24 roads ...


Reprieve given on man’s junk problems

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Mesa County commissioners unanimously agreed Monday to take legal action against a landowner if problems with junk that have persisted over the years re-emerge within the next year. The board issued a reprieve to Michael Wagner, who owns ...


State water providers’ agreement hits logjam

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It’s approaching six months since officials from the Western Slope and Denver announced they had a general agreement that would resolve most of the issues that have roiled relations between water providers on both sides of the ...


City tries for clear view on development

By Amy Hamilton

Views of the Bookcliffs, Colorado National Monument and Grand Mesa from the Holiday Inn Express, 625 Rae Lynn St., are fantastic. But guests who stay on the second and third floors with views to the west sometimes complain about having to gaze ...


Three Western Slope districts have vacancies for panels that help select judges

By Paul Shockley

Attorneys and non-attorneys in three western Colorado judicial districts are needed to help select future judges, according to the Colorado Judicial Branch. State judicial officials said seven seats on judicial-nomination commissions are ...


Meeker officials defend bid process for new school that needs repair

By Dennis Webb

The Meeker School District RE-1 board hopes to find out Tuesday how long it will take to fix and reopen its structurally impaired, year-old elementary school. Meanwhile, board president Mary Strang is defending the district’s decision ...


Blotter, Sept. 19, 2011

By Staff

Man accused of obstruction Gerald Ernest Nielsen, 62, 1835 White Ave. No. 2, was arrested Thursday evening after police and emergency personnel responded to his residence, according to the Grand Junction Police Department. Nielsen interfered ...


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Tribes return for Delta pow wow

By Rachel Sauer

DELTA — The tribes returned, and the tree was happy. When the drumming and dancing of the 16th Council Tree Pow Wow began Friday night, the tree trembled with joy. “I had a lady come up to me and tell me the tree is ...


Glacier arena no more than a frozen asset

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For some months now, The Glacier Ice Arena has dodged the auction block. Each Wednesday since June, Wells Fargo has opted to postpone sale of the rink, giving the owners, Alan and Robbie Koos, a little more time to pursue a separate legal ...


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