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Accident closes I-70

By Paul Shockley

A seven-mile stretch of Interstate 70 was closed Monday night in Glenwood Canyon after a semitrailer driver lost control and slammed through a guardrail, leaving the truck teetering over the edge roughly 100 feet above the ground. Colorado ...


Bennet supports measure for FAA

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U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet, D-Colo., is backing the two-year, $34.6 billion authorization measure for the Federal Aviation Administration. The measure includes $8 billion for airport-construction grants. The measure also includes provisions ...


Spherical rock remains a mystery, experts say

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The ball of igneous rock looks plenty intriguing, its smooth exterior seeming to betray careful handiwork, its nearly round shape suggesting the hand of man, as well. Those things crossed the mind of Carl TenPas some five or six years ago as ...


GarCo promotes more talks on drilling disputes

By Staff

Garfield County commissioners are hoping more discussions can help resolve continuing disputes about proposed natural gas drilling that concerns residents in Battlement Mesa and on Silt Mesa. Commissioners on Monday directed their oil and gas ...


Palisade may ditch Clifton sewer project

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Once on track to invest millions of dollars to replace its sewer-treatment system, the town of Palisade is exploring an alternative that would cost taxpayers a fraction of that amount. Town trustees are scheduled to vote Tuesday on the new ...


020711 1a GJ DEPOT

Depot on track to restore veterans, building alike

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Wendy Hoffman believes there is no better group of people to help Grand Junction’s historic train depot than veterans who also could use some help. Hoffman, who serves as the local and national president of Blue Star Mothers and lives ...


This week in the Legislature — Feb. 7, 2011

By Staff

Committee hearings will begin to heat up in the next couple of weeks with several measures that focus on such things as immigration and the state’s fiscal problems, some of which likely will make lawmakers work late into the ...


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Ruby Canyon cycle shop reopens today; new owner was pro mountain bike racer

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Ruby Canyon Cycles reopens today under new ownership, but the new owner is a familiar face to the biking community. Former Mesa State College and professional mountain biker Ryan Cranston will run the shop at 301 Main St. “This is ...


020311 Dr. Peter Maguire

GJ vet specializes in neurological ills

By Staff

Pet owners and their pets no longer need to travel across the state to access the services of a veterinarian who specializes in neurological conditions. Peter Maguire, a doctor of veterinary medicine with a master’s of science, said he ...


Frigid temps bring warm gift to homeless

By Paul Shockley

Betty Jo Carnes said she hadn’t heard of the Grand Junction Police Department’s new patrol unit until Wednesday morning. By that afternoon, she was donating cash to a new cause. Carnes, who works in the accounts-receivable ...


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