Western Colorado

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Cave closure order imminent

By Dennis Webb

Despite hopes that recent media coverage may have helped change their minds, regional U.S. Forest Service officials still appear poised to close all caves on national forests in Colorado and nearby states for a year to try to protect bats ...


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Cold murder case gets new attention

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For the better part of the past two decades, Carrelyn Bunting has lived the life of a frustrated mother. Frustrated that her and her runaway daughter’s efforts to mend their relationship were cut short by 16-year-old Phlisia’s ...


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College more important than ever, study shows

By Emily Shockley

About seven out of 10 job openings in Colorado will require applicants to have a post-high school education by 2018, according to a recent report from the Georgetown University Center on Education and the Workforce. That puts the state second ...


Holy Cross part of solar, hydropower study

By Staff

An electricity cooperative based in Glenwood Springs is one of three Colorado utilities that will be part of a study to quantify the economic effects on power providers from linking rooftop solar energy and small hydropower plants into the ...


Traffic Alert, July 19, 2010

By Staff

Road closures and maintenance projects may impact traffic this week: 2010 city of Grand Junction Chipseal Program: Today: Chipsealing 23 Road from Colorado Highway 340 to E 1/2 Road; 22 1/2 Road from Colorado Highway 340 to Saddlehorn Road; ...


Bush-era oil shale decisions defended

By Dennis Webb

A year and a half after President Obama took office, his administration is defending decisions made during the Bush administration related to potential oil shale development. However, settlement negotiations continue regarding two lawsuits ...


Three McInnis staffers resign

By Charles Ashby

Three top staffers in Scott McInnis’ campaign for the GOP nomination for governor have tendered their resignations in the wake of the candidate’s plagiarism scandal, the campaign confirmed Saturday. Front Range newspapers and ...


Body suspected to be that of missing Montrose DJ

By Charles Ashby

The body of a missing disc jockey from a Montrose radio station may have been found, authorities said Saturday. The Montrose County Sheriff’s Department discovered a male body in the South Canal near Uncompahgre Road south of town. A ...


Williams honored for recycled pit liners as state ponders changing removal rule

By Dennis Webb

Local natural gas producers Williams and EnCana Oil & Gas (USA) Inc. each received two awards recently from the state, including one for Williams’ efforts to recycle pit liners. The Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission ...


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Saturday ties record; more heat coming

By Staff

Saturday’s 104-degree temperature tied a record set in 1971, weather officials said. And don’t expect those highs to abate for a couple more days yet, said Norv Larson, a senior meteorologist with the Grand Junction office of the ...


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