Western Colorado

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City residents get brief wood stove OK

By Amy Hamilton

A weekend storm broke up an inversion and flushed out a substantial buildup of pollutants from the Grand Valley. It was enough to give Grand Junction residents the OK to use their wood-burning stoves through 3 p.m. today, according to Ed ...


Lawyers eye gas-field business

By Dennis Webb

A New York City law firm involved in achieving a settlement for responders injured after the 9/11 attacks has been reaching out to Garfield County residents about possible lawsuits over impacts of natural gas development. Peter Thomas of the ...


Suit filed for slain mother likely headed back to county

By Paul Shockley

A federal lawsuit stemming from the 2008 slaying of a pregnant Grand Junction mother may play out in Mesa County District Court. Denver Federal Magistrate Judge Kristen Mix recently granted a motion filed by attorneys representing the family ...


Gays hope to see civil union bill

By Charles Ashby

Coloradans are ready for a new state law that would allow homosexual couples to enter into civil unions, according to a Denver gay and lesbian group that has been touring the state to promote the idea. ColoradoOne, an education group that ...


State seeks applicants for Montrose DA position

By Staff

Candidates interested in being appointed the district attorney for the Western Slope’s 7th Judicial District have until the end of the week to apply for the post. Gov.-elect John Hickenlooper will appoint a replacement for District ...


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Homeless families find shelter from bitter cold at day center

By Amy Hamilton

The hours between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m., especially on Sundays, were always the biggest challenge for the Terry family. During the days, the homeless family improvised to keep warm, wandering the aisles for long hours at Wal-Mart and Mesa Mall or ...


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Newest legislators hope to quickly straighten learning curve

By Charles Ashby

Rep.-elect Ray Scott already knows he’ll make mistakes in the statehouse. Every freshman lawmaker does. But the Grand Junction Republican who will be sworn into office when the Colorado Legislature convenes the 2011 session Wednesday ...


Bipartisan efforts could revive state timber industry, representatives say

By William Woody

MONTROSE — A pair of freshman representatives from different political parties have begun work to find solutions to the state’s bark-beetle infestation and spark a revival of the region’s timber industry. State Sen.-elect ...


Canadian air ushers frigid start to week

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A fresh wave of bitterly cold air is following on the heels of this weekend’s storm, which could make for a slippery commute this morning. After a forecast low in the single digits, the high in Grand Junction today is only supposed to ...


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Papin back with county as interim manager

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Tom Papin jokes that he had to assure his psychiatrist he was making good decisions when, fresh off retirement in balmy Florida, he chose to come to icy western Colorado and guide Mesa County for the next several months as its interim ...


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