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BLM proposes fee for desert campground

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The Bureau of Land Management is proposing to begin charging people to camp near a popular mountain biking spot in the desert north of Fruita. The agency is seeking public comment on its recommendation for a $10 per campsite, per night fee ...


New EPA rules may have limited effect on drilling

By Dennis Webb

An Environmental Protection Agency plan to begin regulating certain wastewater discharges related to natural gas development may have only limited implications for drilling operations in Colorado. The agency announced Thursday that it would ...


Tipton’s bill wins kudos from group

By Staff

A Washington, D-C.-based organization that described itself as a watchdog for personal freedom and advocate for seniors on Social Security and Medicare recognized U.S. Rep. Scott Tipton, R-Colo., for sponsoring legislation to repeal a part of ...


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Keep school, ICE separate, group urges

By Dennis Webb

CARBONDALE — Three times, Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents have come to the home of a woman named Olga. Each time, she says, a school resource officer has come along. “I know that Immigration has to do their job, but ...


Lost pair of hunters found safe

By Staff

Garfield County Search and Rescue crews Thursday morning quickly found a man and his son who were reported missing late Wednesday night after they went hunting north of Glenwood Springs. The county sheriff’s office said the 44-year-old ...


Cops raid house on Orchard Mesa

By Paul Shockley

Three people were arrested on suspicion of a variety of drug charges early Thursday after SWAT and Western Colorado Drug Task Force officers executed a search warrant at an Orchard Mesa home. Tracy Hampton, 35, 612 Hudson Bay Drive, Jonathan ...


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Montrose teacher’s $10,000 award put to use with new resource room

By William Woody

MONTROSE — Teachers and administrators of Northside Elementary School celebrated Thursday the opening of its school resource room, giving parents additional tools to stay involved with their children’s education. The room is a ...


U.S. now must guide Libya toward credible elections, state senators say

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Colorado’s senators commended the Obama administration Thursday for working to bring down Libyan dictator Moammar Gadhafi. The dictator, who had reigned for 42 years, died after he was captured by rebels and shot in the ...


County quiet on state tax ballot issue

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A stack of Proposition 103 support signs are available at the offices of Mesa Valley Education Association. So far, only two or three have been plucked from the pile, according to association President Jim Smyth. One is outside the local ...


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Cops working overtime to monitor Occupy Grand Junction protesters

By Amy Hamilton

Supporters of an Occupy Grand Junction movement that started last Saturday will celebrate their first week of protests with a march through the city this Saturday. Anyone is invited to attend a “Funeral Procession for the American ...


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