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Minister of new church has no trouble finding miracles

By Rachel Sauer

Kathy Richardson sees miracles in the pews and the paint, in the curtains and carpet, and in the tables and speakers and the sign out front. They’re not big miracles, maybe, but small, sparkling shards that blend together into a mosaic ...

Panel resurrects sales tax exemption on ag products

By Charles Ashby

A measure to reverse a controversial sales tax exemption on agricultural products that was suspended last year is on its way to the full Colorado House. On a party-line vote Friday, the Republican-controlled House Appropriations Committee ...

3 suspected of stealing copper wire

By Paul Shockley

Three people accused of burglarizing a Grand Junction business and stripping more than $30,000 in copper wire are being investigated for possible involvement in similar incidents over recent months, Grand Junction Police Department spokeswoman ...

GarCo sheriff refunds unused $2.89 million

By Staff

Garfield County Sheriff Lou Vallario again has come millions of dollars under budget and returned the excess money to the county general fund. The Sheriff’s Department is returning $2.89 million after spending less than $16 million of ...

Solar rebate program extended for a year

By Staff

The Colorado Public Utilities Commission approved a settlement agreement Friday that will allow a popular solar-panel-rebate program to continue for another year. The agreement was worked out between Xcel Energy and solar-panel ...

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Business moves into historic house

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A house on the northeast corner of Seventh Street and Patterson Road will be turned into the offices for Columbine Caregivers, a home care company. The house was the last residential property at the intersection, which has St. Mary’s ...

Revenue forecast better than anticipated

By Charles Ashby

The state’s economic outlook hasn’t changed much, but it has improved enough to cut in half the revenue shortfall that was expected to lead to huge cuts in K–12 spending next year. State economists told lawmakers Friday ...

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Bike race hits another bump

By Amy Hamilton

Allowing a professional bike race in Colorado National Monument would set a precedent that would reverberate throughout all parks in the National Park Service network, according to an official from the National Park Service. John Wessels, the ...

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Schuster, GOP and civic leader, dies

By Amy Hamilton

Ray Schuster was a tireless advocate for a number of causes in the Grand Valley, according to people who knew him. Schuster died Saturday after a lengthy illness. He was 78. A little less than a week before his death, Schuster, a board ...

Bait cars will get you a joyride to jail

By Amy Hamilton

Would-be car thieves may want to think again as local police have deployed “multiple” cars around the Grand Valley that serve as bait for thieves, according to Grand Junction Police Department spokeswoman Kate Porras. The ...

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