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Chevron will donate $80,000 to continue Math and Science Center energy summit

By Staff

Chevron’s corporate headquarters will donate $80,000 today to the John McConnell Math and Science Center of Western Colorado’s Youth Policy Summit. The money will be used for the program’s second year in 2012–13. The ...


New standards drafted for Seventh Street

By Amy Hamilton

Grand Junction City Council members got a first look this week at some new design standards for the city’s historic Seventh Street. The guidelines were prepared after volunteers surveyed residents and owners of the 35 structures along ...


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Guard unit’s return thrills families

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MONTROSE—Crystal Kissner was rock solid atop an electrical stanchion that gave her a solid three-foot advantage over the rest of the crowd awaiting the return Thursday afternoon of the 928th Area Support Medical Company of the Colorado ...


Iraq vet: Combat is ‘primal’

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An incident in which U.S. Marines were recorded on video urinating on dead Taliban fighters was called “utterly deplorable” by Defense Secretary Leon Panetta. Afghan President Hamid Karzai termed it a crime. Eric Martin, a Grand ...


Governor backs bill to allow civil unions

By Charles Ashby

DENVER — Gov. John Hickenlooper called on the Colorado Legislature in his State of the State address Thursday to pass a bill to create civil unions for gays and lesbians. “We believe in equal rights for all regardless of race, ...


Governor will visit West Slope on Saturday

By Charles Ashby

Gov. John Hickenlooper is coming to town. After the Democrat makes a swing through Colorado Springs, Pueblo and Gunnison today, the governor will speak at several stops in Montrose and Grand Junction on Saturday. Hickenlooper will visit ...


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Healthy people do die from flu, Rifle parents want public to know

By Dennis Webb

When 17-year-old Austin Booth left Rifle High School basketball practice early a year ago today because of illness, it was a rarity for the multisport athlete who almost never missed school and was the epitome of good health. When he began ...


Overflow crowd lets off steam about Bear Ranch land swap

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PAONIA — About 250 people packed into the Paradise Theater on Wednesday, most of them to urge the Town Council to oppose a land swap sought by billionaire William Koch to consolidate his Bear Ranch several miles upstream in the North ...


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‘Dog’ show leaves out sheriff spat

By Paul Shockley

A new episode of “Dog the Bounty Hunter” broadcast Wednesday detailing Duane “Dog” Chapman’s most recent visit to Mesa County last summer made no mention of a war of words with Mesa County Sheriff Stan ...


BLM will require permits for river stretch

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The thousands of river enthusiasts who run the Colorado River and camp along its banks between Loma and Westwater, Utah, every year soon will have to apply for permits for both activities, as federal land managers try to gain a handle on the ...


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