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Expert on the American West to take the reins at GJ museum

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An expert in the American West with Colorado roots will take over next year as the executive director of the Museum of Western Colorado. For Peter McMillan Booth, heading up the museum is an opportunity to expand into a new area — ...


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Club plays Santa, shops for toys

By Rachel Sauer

Eric Blevens and Rick Nisley already had been down the Nerf football, shark bike helmet and princess bubbles aisles, and now they were in front of the games. “Grab a Candyland,” Nisley told Blevens. “That’s always a ...


Fruita can afford $3.5 million in capital projects, city officials determine

By Duffy Hayes

Stronger than expected revenue in 2012, and an assumption that same boost will continue in 2013, are some of the reasons why Fruita’s proposed 2013 budget includes a number of significant capital projects. The overall $19.1 million ...


Powderhorn Road will get $400,000 makeover

By Duffy Hayes

On snowy days, some of the slickest maneuvering you’ll do during a day at Powderhorn Resort is negotiating the narrow, winding road that leads from Colorado Highway 65 to the resort itself. But a new $400,000-plus road construction ...


9th Judicial District DA race headed to recount

By Dennis Webb

Saying he’s simply seeking certainty regarding the results, incumbent Republican Martin Beeson announced Monday he is requesting a recount of the results of the race for district attorney for the 9th Judicial District. Beeson planned to ...


Hotchkiss firm wins contract to remove bark-beetle trees

By Dennis Webb

A Hotchkiss business has won an $8.66 million contract to help remove insect-infested and diseased trees from the White River National Forest, and has arranged to use cleared wood to create electricity in Gypsum. The U.S. Forest Service on ...


Hotchkiss firm wins contract to remove bark-beetle trees

By Dennis Webb

A Hotchkiss business has won an $8.66 million contract to help remove insect-infested and diseased trees from the White River National Forest, and has arranged to use cleared wood to create electricity in Gypsum. The U.S. Forest Service on ...


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Personal incomes in valley up in 2011, first rise since 2008

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For the first time since 2008, last year personal income increased year-over-year in Mesa County. Total personal income across the county increased 5.08 percent in 2011 compared with 2010, according to data released Monday by the U.S. Bureau ...


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New pilots, mechanics on board with CareFlight contract change

By Paul Shockley

An Englewood-based company has won a contract from St. Mary’s Hospital to provide pilots and mechanics for the CareFlight program. Air Methods Corp. was awarded a contract to operate a Eurocopter AS350 helicopter, which is based at St. ...


Barrett Corp: Banning Roan-top drilling effectively voids leases

By Dennis Webb

Trying to develop oil and gas reserves beneath the top of the Roan Plateau through directional drilling from the surrounding base wouldn’t work, and requiring it, in effect, would invalidate an energy company’s leases, the company ...


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