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BLM extends comment period on Delta, Gunnision counties gas lease plan

By Dennis Webb

The Bureau of Land Management agreed to requests from governments and the public for more time to comment on a far-reaching proposed oil and gas lease sale in Delta and Gunnison counties. The BLM is considering offering 22 parcels covering ...


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Dist. 1 candidates stake positions on taxes, annexation, monument

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The candidates vying to replace term-limited Mesa County Commissioner Craig Meis this fall began to distinguish themselves Wednesday on issues ranging from the future of Clifton and Fruitvale to the debate over whether Colorado National ...


Backers of legal marijuana submit petitions for ballot

By Charles Ashby

Proponents of legalizing marijuana submitted petitions to state officials Wednesday to get a measure onto this year’s ballot. A group calling itself The Campaign to Regulate Marijuana Like Alcohol submitted petitions with nearly 160,000 ...


Mesa County foreclosures up at year’s end, down for all of 2011

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Foreclosures in Mesa County trended down in 2011 below 2010 levels, but they took a sudden jump as the year closed, when the Mesa County Public Trustee’s Office logged 179, up sharply from the 101 in November. “Suddenly we took a ...


Roaring Fork votes to dismiss school chief Haptonstall

By Dennis Webb

A newly elected majority of the Roaring Fork School District board Wednesday night voted to terminate the contract of superintendent Judy Haptonstall as of the end of this school year. The board voted 3-2 to take the action. It came two ...


Fruita voters facing medical pot, TABOR issues

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Fruita voters will have an opportunity this spring to help guide the future of the city in a couple of different ways. The Fruita City Council unanimously agreed Tuesday night to place on the ballot a pair of questions that will ask voters ...


Blue Angels to return for September air show

By Staff

The Blue Angels will visit Grand Junction this fall after deciding on the city as the host for the aerial team’s flights in Colorado. The Blue Angels’ blue and yellow-trimmed Boeing F/A-18 Hornets, which are recognized around the ...


Allegiant changes days of L.A., Vegas flights

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Allegiant Air will change its flight schedule in and out of Grand Junction Regional Airport starting in mid-May. Beginning May 18, the budget airline will offer service to and from Los Angeles and Las Vegas on Fridays and Mondays only. ...


Site lists Feb. 7 GOP caucus locations

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Colorado Republicans who want to participate in selecting the party’s candidates can find out where the process begins on a website intended to direct them to the correct caucus. The website is http://www.caucus.cologop.org and can ...


Congressional challenger Pace in area this week

By Staff

State Rep. Sal Pace, D-Pueblo, is visiting western Colorado this week as part of a tour of the 3rd Congressional District. Pace is challenging U.S. Rep. Scott Tipton, a Cortez Republican in his first term, for the post. Pace will discuss ...


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