Western Colorado

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Feds not handling women’s uranium claims

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The clerks and secretaries who worked in the Atomic Energy Commission offices in Grand Junction during World War II and later during the Cold War handled ore samples and were frequently in and around milling products. One of them, Patie ...


North Avenue fireworks vendor reports theft

By Emily Shockley

A fireworks vendor in Grand Junction reported the theft of more than $1,000 worth of fireworks early Saturday. The fireworks were taken from a tent at 2839 North Ave. after the business had closed Friday night. The business had hired ...


Prosecutors fear evidence could help Nemnich

By Paul Shockley

Mesa County prosecutors want to argue in a secret court motion why they believe a new item of evidence, potentially favorable for a man accused of killing two people in 1975, shouldn’t be turned over to defense attorneys. Assistant ...


Gas industry critic sues over drilling pad

By Dennis Webb

A Rulison resident who has been sharply critical of energy companies in recent years is taking action against one of them in court. Marion Wells is suing energy giant Williams, contending it violated a surface-use agreement with her and has ...


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Monolith climb to appear on PBS documentary

By Emily Shockley

Coloradans will be able to see what it’s like to make the annual climb up Independence Monument without breaking a sweat this November when the documentary “Colorado National Monument: Celebrating 100 Years of John Otto’s ...


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A year with no job; now dad’s benefit checks expire

By Charles Ashby

Daniel Stark didn’t have the best Fourth of July weekend of his life. That’s because the Clifton resident is worried about the immediate future for him and his 6-year-old son, Isaiah. Stark has been unemployed for more than a ...


E. coli mystery keeps park swim spot closed

By Amy Hamilton

Elevated levels of E. coli will keep closed a Fruita swim beach this summer. Swimming has been off- limits for several years at the Fruita section of James Robb Colorado River State Park. By state law, beaches must be closed for swimming if ...


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Amid political bickering, shared anger at politicians

By Charles Ashby

Webster’s New World Dictionary defines patriotism as loyal or zealous support of one’s country, but as the nation celebrates its 234th Fourth of July today, the nature of American politics has come to test that support for ...


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Authorities to resume DJ search

By Staff

MONTROSE — Authorities planned this morning to resume the search for a radio-station air personality who has been missing two days. Richard “Rick” Steele, 48, Montrose, was last seen parking his white Ford Ranger pickup ...


‘Tea Party’ old player in Colorado political scene

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Far from popping up every quarter millennium or so, the tea party has in one form or another been a familiar part of the Colorado political scene. The movement, which takes its name from the 1773 Boston Tea Party planned largely by Samuel ...


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