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Hot spell could push record today

By Charles Ashby

The Grand Valley may see today’s record high temperature broken, but local meteorologists aren’t taking any bets just yet. The record high of 98, set back in 1919, could be broken if the region doesn’t see any late afternoon ...


Cop’s stolen gun possibly ditched

By Paul Shockley

Property owners along a stretch of G 4/10 Road in Palisade should watch for a discarded handgun belonging to the Palisade Police Department, the department’s chief said. Although Police Chief Carroll Quarles said they have no specific ...


082211 Blue Pig

New owner buys Palisade’s Blue Pig, will move art gallery

By Melinda Mawdsley

One of western Colorado’s largest art galleries will remain in downtown Palisade after a new owner announced Monday that he will move it to a new location. Mike Goodknight, 34, said he has purchased the Blue Pig Gallery from former ...


PBS station plans move to Fine Arts

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Rocky Mountain PBS is splitting its staff and moving off the Western Colorado Community College campus. Producer Greg Mikolai and an engineer will move into Colorado Mesa University’s Fine Arts Building over the next few months. The ...


Club 20 to meet in Junction on Sept. 10

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Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper, Sen. Michael Bennet and U.S. Rep. Scott Tipton will speak at the fall meeting of Club 20 in Grand Junction. Club 20, the West Slope advocacy organization, meets every spring and fall in Grand ...


Reps. Tipton, Lamborn to conduct oil shale hearing

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A congressional field hearing Wednesday on oil shale should be taken with a fair amount of skepticism, as well as with its stated goals of discussing the state of research, regulations and roadblocks, said the survivors of the last effort to ...


082211 Naggy

Huge bar tab that wasn’t

By Staff

It began with a jab at what appeared to be a steep expenditure by the city of Grand Junction at a local eatery. What followed was a series of questioning and critical phone calls, a brief decline in business and a big headache for Naggy ...


082111 Two dead in I-70 rol

2 die in interstate collision

By Staff

A man and a woman died Sunday morning after a semitrailer rear-ended the sport utility vehicle in which they were traveling on Interstate 70 near the Utah line. According to the Colorado State Patrol, a 2011 International semitrailer was ...


Sentence upheld in dragging death of dog at monument

By Paul Shockley

The 10th Circuit Court of Appeals has upheld a three-year prison sentence for a Grand Junction man convicted in the dragging death of a dog, rejecting an argument the sentence was too harsh because of his intelligence level. Steven Clay ...


Bank robbery attempt has Palisade talking

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Steve Neff thought it was a joke. A bank robbery in Palisade? There’s no way, he thought. But it was true. And as the news sank in Saturday that a person had attempted to rob Palisades National Bank at 600 W. Eighth St., Neff became a ...


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