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Aprons on, let the cook-off begin

By Rachel Sauer

Assembling chocolate torte is a delicate task, especially as it rises higher and higher from the plate. One false move, and it’s a tragic trifle. Lindsay Walters’ hands were steady, though: small chocolate medallion; mascarpone ...


Clerk needs input on conducting mail-in primary

By Staff

Mesa County Clerk Sheila Reiner is seeking comment on conducting the June 26 primary election by mail. Voters affiliated with a political party conducting a primary election will receive ballots during the week of June 4. Clerks are required ...


Traffic Alert, Feb. 12, 2012

By Staff

The following road closures and maintenance projects may impact traffic this week: ■ 31 Road and D 1/2 Road bridge replacement: Mesa County is reconstructing the bridge at the intersection of 31 Road and D 1/2 Road. The intersection of ...


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Hospital honors Gene Taylor for community service efforts

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Gene Taylor’s voice strained and hushed throughout the afternoon as he met with well-wishers and friends Friday afternoon, but it boomed out when he had the opportunity to speak to the group. “Jon, thank you, and the board and ...


Ethics panel finds no fault with Bradford

By Charles Ashby

DENVER — There is no evidence that Rep. Laura Bradford violated any legislative ethics rules, according to a special House panel examining whether the Collbran Republican did anything wrong during a traffic stop last month. The ...


Partisan politics not welcome

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One Grand Junction voter fed up with the constant donkey vs. elephant theme in American politics is turning away. Not from politics, just partisan politics. Kirk Rider, a local delegate leader for Americans Elect, is opening his home to ...


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Annual teen event features broken heart cookies, black roses

By Rachel Sauer

It’s all about love right now, isn’t it? With the bows and doilies and fat red roses, and Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups shaped like hearts. Love. Luv. Luuuuurrrrvve. Whatever. It’s a grave mental disease, you know. ...


3 engineers investigated for failure to alert state

By Dennis Webb

Three engineers who sounded the alarm about structural problems at Meeker Elementary School are being investigated for failing to alert a state board about concerns regarding the work of one of their peers. The state board that licenses ...


Federal ruling may slow logging projects

By Matthew Berger

A U.S. District Court decision Friday blocking permits for a logging project in the Rio Grande National Forest may have implications for large-scale logging throughout Colorado and the region. The ruling by Judge William J. Martinez of the ...


Restrictions kept geothermal firm from making bid

By Dennis Webb

The company that nominated two parcels for geothermal leasing in southeastern Gunnison County decided against bidding for them because of the number of restrictions on them. Denver-based Flint Geothermal had nominated the more than 8,300 ...


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