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Traffic Alert, Nov. 7, 2010

By Staff

Road closures and maintenance projects may affect traffic this week: CDOT Widening of Interstate 70 Business: Lawson Construction crews will continue paving work at the intersections. This work includes filling in the gaps in the main line ...


Tipton begins to fill staff positions

By Staff

U.S. Rep.-elect Scott Tipton, R-Colo., hired Scott McInnis’ former chief of staff to head his Washington, D.C., office. Mike Hesse topped the list of hires Tipton announced days after he defeated incumbent John Salazar. The 3rd ...


Oil and gas commission seeks to correct errors in ‘Gasland’ documentary

By Dennis Webb

State regulators are at odds with a documentary regarding occurrences of methane in drinking water in Garfield and Weld counties. A Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission document seeks to correct what it says are errors in the film ...


No oil, gas lease sale, but geothermal parcel offered

By Dennis Webb

The federal government has deferred leasing of more than 10,000 acres of federal land for oil and gas development in western Colorado because of roadless area considerations. The decision means the Bureau of Land Management will offer no oil ...


Judge to consider Arabian horse case Friday

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A Paonia man who wants Delta County to intercede on behalf of a herd of Arabian horses has until Nov. 12 to show he has standing to pursue the case. Delta County District Judge Charles Greenacre pressed Greg Szymanski on whether he was in a ...


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WWII vet shares his story at parade

By Rachel Sauer

“It’s not easy to talk about,” he says, so many years later. Fresh tears well unbidden, and he pauses. Deep breath. “I was no hero.” The memories are old but not faded: the Battle of the Bulge, those first days ...


Focus groups to discuss Mesa State name change

By Emily Shockley

Mesa State College wants to know how community members feel about a potential name change for the college. The school is pondering the idea of placing “university” in its title and possibly changing its entire name. Beginning in ...


15 nations represented at Culture Fest

By Rachel Sauer

Recipe for fufu, a Congolese food staple: Boil some water and add corn meal. Then, add manioc flour (you’ll have to buy it in Denver or Salt Lake City, or Kinshasa, for that matter) and stir it with a big stick. It will be very thick. ...


For The Record, Nov. 6, 2010

By Staff

BIRTHS St. Mary’s Hospital Josh Campbell and Cassy Stewart, Grand Junction, a daughter, Oct. 22. Mike and Christina Duncan, Fruita, a son, Oct. 22. Ronald Hegemann and Lydia Norman, Grand Junction, a son, Oct. 22. Andrew Muhr and ...


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Affidavit: Theft suspect fought cops

By Paul Shockley

A Grand Junction man faces possible felony charges after shoplifting a computer, carjacking another man and eventually assaulting a police officer, according to allegations in an arrest affidavit. Joseph I. Brown, 32, 123 S. 11th St., Unit 1, ...


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