Western Colorado

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Candidates sweep across Western Slope on last weekend before election D-Day

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The two Democrats looking to remain in Congress visited western Colorado on Thursday and Friday, just in time to clear the way for the two Republicans running to replace them. U.S. Rep. John Salazar, D-Colo., rallied with about 30 supporters ...


Officials argue merits of medical pot ban

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Ban medical marijuana centers in Mesa County, and you’ll drive the drug into neighborhoods unchecked and make it more difficult for patients to access medicine to which they’re legally entitled, County Commissioner Janet Rowland ...


Palisade mayor candidates speak out

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Should voters choose to remove Palisade Mayor Dave Walker from office next week, the town will need someone to fill Walker’s seat for the remaining 18 months of his term. That’s where Joseph Browne, Roger Granat, Patty Hanna and ...


Gas industry aims to boost ‘green’ image

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From using approaches to drilling that are reminiscent of Sim City games to finding ways to make use of water produced when collecting coal-bed methane, more can be done to improve the effects of the energy industry, speakers said Thursday at ...


Williams’ sale of pipelines, plants to net $782 million

By Dennis Webb

Williams has agreed to sell its Piceance Basin pipeline and gas plant system for $782 million to a partnership in which it holds a majority interest. The largest natural gas producer in western Colorado’s Piceance Basin is selling its ...


102810 Commerical construct

Commercial construction pounds bucks into city’s budget

By Amy Hamilton

A crane and backhoes are working in concert this week to bury fuel tanks at the site of a new City Market gas station and grocery store off 24 Road. To the northeast, the new, four-story Candlewood Suites, with 97 rooms is framed in and now ...


Accident on ATV kills hunter near De Beque

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A 70-year-old Mesa County man died in an all-terrain- vehicle accident Thursday while he was hunting near De Beque, authorities said. The man was traveling with family members near South Dry Fork Road northwest of town when he lost control ...


Reception to honor Cold War-era nuclear workers

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A reception honoring people who worked in the nuclear industry during the Cold War will take place from 11 a.m.  to 1 p.m. today at the offices of Professional Case Management, 1910 N. 12th St. The Day of Remembrance was declared by ...


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City’s bright idea: More efficient lights

By Amy Hamilton

Officials with the city of Grand Junction and Grand Valley Power are looking on the bright side as they test some energy-efficient streetlights in north Grand Junction. Thanks to a state grant, workers have replaced high-pressure sodium ...


Budget plan neutralizes federal cash for District 51

By Emily Shockley

School District 51 will lose $3.9 million in state funding if Colorado legislators take suggestions offered recently by Gov. Bill Ritter to cover a state budget shortfall. The action would have no effect on District 51’s budget, as the ...


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