Western Colorado

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120210 ski conditions graph

Early snow falling mostly in north

By Dave Buchanan

Ski resorts in northern and central Colorado are benefitting from La Nina while southern areas are falling short, according to a report released Wednesday from the National Resources Conservation Service. The report, titled the Ski West ...


Food-safety bill may face opposition of GOP senators

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A food-safety measure described by Sen. Michael Bennet, D-Colo., as needed to “finally bring food safety in this country into the 21st century” seems mired in constitutional issues that could require a second vote. It’s a ...


Two Grand Junction credit unions see merger as mutually beneficial

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Two Grand Junction credit unions are looking to merge into one, pressed by a variety of factors, including increasing regulation, officials said. Mt. Garfield Federal Credit Union, chartered in 1938, sought out a potential merger with Rio ...


Energy firms fined for permit violations

By Dennis Webb

Noble Energy and ExxonMobil Oil Corp. received minor fines for local drilling-permit violations in two of eight enforcement actions taken this week by the Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission. The actions marked a continuing effort by ...


Fed building project aims for ‘net zero’

By Staff

The 92-year-old Wayne N. Aspinall Federal Building in downtown Grand Junction will be rebuilt from within to meet new energy-efficiency standards. Construction is to begin in February on a $12.3 million contract to replace the interior ...


Glade Park School, AP fund up for grants

By Emily Shockley

Two organizations that benefit local students are in the running for $250,000 grants from the Pepsi Refresh Project. Each of the more than 300 projects vying for two $250,000 grants in December have all month to gather votes online or through ...


Hanukkah events set for weekend

By Melinda Mawdsley

Although Hanukkah officially began at sundown Wednesday, this weekend offers locals a chance to celebrate the Jewish holiday. A Hanukkah Kids Event is scheduled for 3 p.m. Sunday at Borders, 2464 U.S. Highway 6&50. The event is open to ...


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Ready to ride for toy run

By Amy Hamilton

Plan to line up along 12th Street or head to the Lincoln Park Barn on Saturday afternoon if you relish the sight of hundreds of Harley-Davidson motorcycles rumbling by. Riders on the 31st annual Toy Run for the Western Slope Harley Owners ...


Employer premiums to unemployment fund will increase

By Emily Shockley

The premium that employers pay into the state’s unemployment fund will increase for many companies next year in an attempt to shore up Colorado’s Unemployment Insurance Trust Fund. The fund has been broke since January. The rate ...


Senate approves food-safety legislation

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A measure that gives federal officials greater regulatory reach into food-safety matters passed the Senate on Tuesday. The measure now must gain House approval before it goes to the president. The House already passed a version of the ...


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