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Briefs, Nov. 16, 2011

By Staff

Rotary awards grants The Rotary Club of Grand Junction presented checks totaling nearly $6,000 to local charities and nonprofit organizations at its weekly meeting today. The awards are part of the Rotary Club’s Robin Hood program, ...


Survey planned to gauge support for Roaring Fork’s school leader

By Dennis Webb

The Roaring Fork School District board will survey all of its staff and provide new opportunities for public comment as it considers the future of Superintendent Judy Haptonstall. Its decision on the matter could come in mid-December. The ...


State wants new bridge in Glenwood

By Dennis Webb

GLENWOOD SPRINGS — The last time the Colorado Department of Transportation broached the subject of rebuilding the Grand Avenue Bridge that carries Colorado Highway 82 traffic over the Colorado River in Glenwood Springs, the city gave it ...


Federal energy lease money hits snag

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A gambit intended to capture more federal money for certain parts of Colorado is unlikely to work, a federal agency has suggested. The finding could cost Mesa County $1.6 million in federal money next year. The U.S. Interior Department ...


Defibrillator donated to Palisade High

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Palisade High School will be the first school in School District 51 to have an Automated External Defibrillator. The device shocks a person’s heart if they experience sudden cardiac arrest, which can affect children as well as ...


Court rejects Legislature map

By Charles Ashby

The Colorado Supreme Court rejected proposed reapportionment maps for the Colorado Legislature on Tuesday, saying they don’t take county boundaries into enough consideration to meet constitutional requirements. The maps were the product ...


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High-flying deal for Leitner-Poma

By Charles Ashby

Grand Junction-based Leitner-Poma won part of a multimillion-dollar contract to build cabins for what will be the largest observation wheel in the world, the company is to announce today. The company will build 28 specially designed cabins ...


$55,000 state tax lien filed against Aspen woman suing Mesa County

By Charles Ashby

Marilyn Marks, the Aspen woman who has a lawsuit pending against Mesa County Clerk Sheila Reiner, has been slapped with a state claim that she owes more than $55,000 in personal income taxes for 2007, according to an Aspen Daily News story ...


Tipton opponent quits House leadership post

By Charles Ashby

State Rep. Sal Pace is resigning his minority leader position in the Colorado House, the Pueblo Democrat said Tuesday. Pace said he is doing so because the job takes too much of his time. In addition to being a father of three and a state ...


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‘I’m not willing to fire myself,’ public trustee tells county officials

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Mesa County Public Trustee Paul Brown promised Monday to work with county officials to save money in his office. Brown briefed commissioners Monday in advance of an appearance next week, in which he’ll make a formal presentation during ...


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