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Child hospitalized with flu; Mesa County offering vaccinations

By Melinda Mawdsley

Local officials are using Wednesday’s news that a small child was hospitalized with influenza to remind Mesa County residents the flu season is likely beginning locally and there is still time to get vaccinated if desired. The following ...


Colorado minimum wage rising to $7.36

By Emily Shockley

The minimum wage will increase in seven states, including Colorado, on New Year’s Day. Colorado will have the second-largest increase in the group, 11 cents, making the state’s minimum wage $7.36. Washington workers will get the ...


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Butterflies are free, but their care isn’t; gardens need help

By Amy Hamilton

As outdoor plants winter at Western Colorado Botanical Gardens, officials there are seeking donations to keep operations flourishing through the new year. Applying for and receiving grants and sponsorships for special projects and events ...


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Family reeling after house fire kills pet

By Paul Shockley

Grateful for MacKenzie, they grieved Chloe on Orchard Mesa Wednesday. One of Phyllis Casteel’s miniature dachshunds, MacKenzie, took shelter from the cold inside her owner’s jacket on the morning after a fire gutted the Casteel ...


121010 Catherine Robertson

BLM manager is a modern-day explorer

By Amy Hamilton

If you think about it, the Grand Valley’s populated center is really an island in a sea of public lands. Those 1.2 million acres of Bureau of Land Management lands are headed up by Catherine Robertson, manager of the Grand Junction Field ...


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Changes since undersheriff started in law enforcement

By Amy Hamilton

By the eighth grade, Rebecca Spiess had locked on to her career path. The oldest of six siblings, she announced to friends and family she would one day be an FBI agent. That dream was derailed after she penned a letter to the FBI informing the ...


121012 Liberty Palmer

Women prove they can excel at traditionally male occupations

By Amy Hamilton

It’s almost easier if Julie Allison doesn’t tell people what she does for a living. When they learn she’s a railroad conductor for Union Pacific, the questions start flying, fast and furious. “When people find out, ...


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Hard work stands out, according to attorney

By Emily Shockley

The Mesa County District Attorney’s office had a secretarial staff full of women but just one other female attorney when Martelle Daniels began working there in 1983. It was a ratio she noticed but not something that bothered her. ...


Monument prepares fireworks show to ring in 100th anniversary year

By Rachel Sauer

Some say the year will begin in fire, some say in ice. Or — with apologies to Robert Frost — both. Friday’s forecast calls for snow, but nothing short of end-of-days weather will stop 2011, and Colorado National ...


Cameo plant production coming to end

By Emily Shockley

More than a half-century of power production at Xcel’s Cameo power plant will come to an end Friday. Unit 1 of the coal-fired power plant, built in 1957, powered down Tuesday. Unit 2, opened in 1960, and a temporary solar power ...


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