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Huge housing project gets nod in GarCo

By Dennis Webb

A rare major housing proposal during a time of anemic real estate sales and construction activity won the support of Garfield County commissioners Monday as they tentatively approved a 366-unit development. The project, River Edge Colorado, ...


Bear Ranch land swap mostly supported at Delta meeting

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Billionaire William Koch on Monday laid groundwork to ask that Congress approve a multistate, multiagency land swap that would consolidate his ranch in western Colorado. Opponents to the expansion of Bear Ranch, which is tucked behind Paonia ...


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Museum cuts averted as county maintains support

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The Museum of Western Colorado, which already has closed the doors for most of the year to one of its venues, will lose $25,000 in direct funding from Mesa County this year. It will, however, get the benefit of $25,000 in advice from a ...


Applicants sought for school budget oversight committee

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School District 51 is now accepting applications for a budget development and oversight committee whose members will learn about the district’s budget process and make suggestions to the School Board about which budget items should be ...


Heated clothes may have caused house fire

By Staff

A late-night fire Sunday caused approximately $5,000 damage at a vacant downtown home, the Grand Junction Fire Department said Monday. Firefighters were called out at 10:46 p.m. to a residence at 301 S. Fourth St. after a passerby reported ...


Interfaith Network service tonight

By Amy Hamilton

For more than two decades, local people of all faiths have gathered to share in a Thanksgiving service. That tradition continues tonight at 7 p.m. at the Unitarian Universalist Church, 1022 Grand Ave. “Some people who don’t belong ...


GJ fire chief not hired by Fort Collins

By Staff

GJ fire chief not hired by Fort Collins Grand Junction Fire Chief Ken Watkins, who was a finalist for the top job at the Poudre Fire Authority, was not selected for the Fort Collins position. Watkins had applied for the fire chief position ...


State, Tipton, energy industry want closer look at BLM plan

By Dennis Webb

U.S. Rep. Scott Tipton, state agencies and an oil and gas group are asking that more time be provided for analysis of a draft Bureau of Land Management plan that the industry says could have a major bearing on western Colorado’s economy ...


Meeker school will remain closed until next fall

By Dennis Webb

A temporary arrangement to house Meeker Elementary School students elsewhere apparently will continue throughout the academic year. Structural repairs to the year-old building will take longer to complete than originally hoped, and it’s ...


Mesa County home sales ahead of 2010

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Home sales in Mesa County climbed in October compared to the same month last year, although sale prices continue to lag behind last year, according to a report released last week. A total of 192 homes sold last month, a 16 percent boost over ...


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