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GJ man who filed suit to keep Nortonoff ballot worked for 527 backing Buck

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A Grand Junction man who filed suit to keep Jane Norton off the Republican primary election ballot has worked for an organization backing Norton’s GOP opponent, Ken Buck, and did work as well for Buck. At the time he worked for the ...


Colorado’s gas permits lead region

By Dennis Webb

Despite heightened regulations, Colorado tops the region and is among the national leaders in oil and gas drilling permits for the first half of the year, a state regulatory official said Thursday. “Colorado’s oil and gas industry ...


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Mesa County to split duties for its top health officials

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In a reshuffling at the Mesa County Health Department, the director, Dr. Michael Aduddell, has been asked to take a job as the department’s medical officer while the department seeks a new operational head. Aduddell, who has headed the ...


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Grand Junction firm wins grant to develop experimental military weapon

By Charles Ashby

A Grand Junction company recently won a $100,000 U.S. government contract that could make an experimental military weapon practical. Engineered Coatings, which is at the Business Incubator Center, 2591 B 3/4 Road, last week won a grant to ...


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Food vendors going a la cart

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When Mike Valdez moved back to Grand Junction from Pittsburgh last month, his job prospects should have been bleak. He returned to an area saddled with the second-highest unemployment rate among metropolitan areas in Colorado, a place that by ...


Tibet Monk tease pic

070910 Tibet Monk art

By William Woody

Tibetan Monks with the Gaden Shartse Monastery, work delicately to place sand in the Manjushri sand Mandala Thursday afternoon July 8, 2010, at the Western Colorado Center for the Arts. The sand Mandala is a two dimensional representation of a ...


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Loan modification nightmare

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Tired of inflating rents and disinterested landlords who didn’t fix broken things, Don and Andrea Gaines took the plunge into homeownership three years ago. In a buyer-friendly, first-time-home-buyer deal orchestrated through the ...


GJ officer quits in probe

By Paul Shockley

A Grand Junction Police Department officer has resigned and another has been placed on paid leave after being questioned in an internal investigation focusing on claims that officers have misused OC, or pepper spray, on property belonging to ...


Foreclosure aid company subject of numerous complaints

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Don and Andrea Gaines thought they were getting some legal muscle in their fight to hold onto their home when they retained the services of Home Legal Source. What they got, instead, was a company that has generated an average of nearly two ...


Stadium project wins city support

By Emily Shockley

Grand Junction City Council members decided Wednesday to move forward with plans to help procure funding to remodel Stocker Stadium. The $8.3 million project would include adding an entertainment room above the bleachers, placing a ...


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