Western Colorado

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Publisher, Palisade official in dispute over recall

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What began as a rift between Palisade Mayor Dave Walker and a group of residents seeking to remove him from office has expanded to the town’s weekly newspaper. Palisade Tribune Publisher Bob Sweeney alleges Walker, unhappy with the ...


Meeting addresses issue of unwanted horses

By Bob Silbernagel

Frequently on Monday mornings, Bill Scebbi receives phone calls from horsemen, such as a rancher who asks, “Can you help with the five horses in my pasture?” What’s the problem?” Scebbi responds. Well, they’re ...


$42 billion measure to aid small businesses

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U.S. Rep. John Salazar, D-Colo., touted a $42 billion measure passed Thursday by the House as an aid to small businesses. The measure, however, ran into criticism from Republicans who derided it as “Son of TARP,” referring to the ...


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Man jailed after chase across two counties

By Paul Shockley

A man who allegedly led police on a pursuit topping 125 mph along Interstate 70 from New Castle was arrested after abandoning his car about 60 miles later in Palisade. Tyler William Wills, 28, of Arvada, was booked into the Garfield County ...


Woman killed, man hurt in Douglas Pass crash

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A New Mexico woman was killed and a man was injured Thursday when their vehicle plunged hundreds of feet down an embankment on Douglas Pass north of Grand Junction, according to the Colorado State Patrol. The accident happened about 4:40 p.m. ...


United Way wants to raise $1.2 million

By Staff

United Way of Mesa County announced Wednesday early donors have pledged $466,122 for the 2010-11 fundraising campaign, an amount just below the contributions raised at this time last year. The amount raised by the 34 Pacesetter companies ...


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City builds natural-gas station

By Amy Hamilton

In the realm of alternative fuels for transportation, it’s the old chicken-and-the egg conundrum of which should come first: investing in fueling infrastructure or buying the vehicles that run on the fuels. In Grand Junction, city ...


High schoolers to plan early for career goals

By Emily Shockley

All District 51 high school students will write a plan for reaching their future career and education goals, beginning next school year. The state has mandated all Colorado ninth- through 12th-graders create an Individual Career and Academic ...


Nearly half of Mesa State are classes 90% full

By Emily Shockley

Classes are filling faster this year at Mesa State, but an analysis of wait-listed students found few are left pining for classes pertinent to their major. Nearly half of Mesa State classes were more than 90 percent full at the beginning of ...


Trucker guilty in accident that killed GJ women

By Paul Shockley

A Texas trucker pleaded guilty Tuesday to vehicular homicide charges in the death of a pair of Grand Junction women in April 2009. Richard E. Widmier, 64, of Burlson, Texas, was behind the wheel of a semi-tractor trailer on April 4, 2009, ...


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