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State retirement plan in peril, official says

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State Treasurer Walker Stapleton emphasized a need for solvency and transparency in the Colorado Public Employees’ Retirement Association system Monday afternoon in Grand Junction. Stapleton visited with area school board members and ...


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Hospital tells city of timeline for facility on G Road

By Lory Pounder

With future demand, a shift in service needs and health care system changes in mind, Community Hospital has funding ready and is hoping to break ground soon on the first phase of its new facility off G Road. “We’ve outgrown the ...


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GJ man says no ‘magic’ to his weight loss

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The red light never went off for Scott Martin. Not when he struggled through back surgeries and muscle strains. Not when he was diagnosed with diabetes and high blood pressure. Not even when he nearly had a heart attack and got two stents put ...


Survey: Voters back beltway completion

By Lory Pounder

If the results of the April election look anything like the initial Survey on Future City Capital Projects, voters will support a question leading to the completion of the beltway connecting the community. “This was ... kind of to test ...


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Kids try to fill extra day off with 4-day school week

By Dennis Webb

It’s a Friday morning, but third-grader Devon Diambrosio isn’t sitting in a classroom at Kathryn Senor Elementary School in New Castle. Rather, she’s just completed a yoga session at the Glenwood Springs Center for the ...


Court move won’t hit state mining

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A decision by the U.S. Supreme Court on Monday not to hear arguments about the national roadless rule gave environmental groups a long-fought victory and a case of heartburn the size of the North Fork coal-mining district. The Colorado Mining ...


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Vandalized rock etching repaired

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John Otto’s “Rock of Ages” got the granitic equivalent of a delousing Monday, but the cleanup of vandalism won’t go back on public display anytime soon. Two employees of Carlson Memorials Inc., 237 South Ave., scraped, ...


Cutting river flows keeps water in reservoirs

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The U.S. Bureau of Reclamation started banking water Monday for next spring, squeezing releases from Crystal Dam. Officials with the Aspinall Unit on the Gunnison River reduced flows down the river by 150 cubic feet per second, an amount ...


Battlement Mesa man still missing after 7 months

By Dennis Webb

On Paul Cunningham Hodgden’s 27th birthday Tuesday, his family sat down to a chili dinner, lit his baptismal candle and pondered once again the burning question of where he might be. It’s been more than seven months since the ...


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Bus service from Durango may resume

By Duffy Hayes

Folks who don’t have a car, or a friend with a car, have been out of luck when it comes to public transportation since last September if they needed to travel between Durango and Grand Junction. That’s when Greyhound discontinued ...


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