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Homeowner’s flooding claim denied by city

By Lory Pounder

After $106,000 in repairs for flooding throughout his home and yard, a local homeowner along Leach Creek sought compensation from the city for damage he said was caused by a nearby bridge not being maintained. The Grand Junction City Council ...


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Crashing tree has man quaking

By Paul Shockley

Carl Hughes was working on a computer at his Redlands home late Saturday when he thought the world suddenly had come to an end. “I initially thought the neighbor’s house exploded ... all the noise was coming from above, not ...


Death Notice, Oct. 22, 2012

By Staff

■ Marilyn “Joyce” Fair, 65, Clifton, died Oct. 21, 2012, at Hospice Care Center in Grand Junction. Services are pending with Palisade Funeral Home. Survivors include her husband, Bob; two sons, Kevin West of Eagle and ...


CMU’s Skarda defends mountain-biking title

By Staff

Colorado Mesa University’s Alexis Skarda defended her national championship in Division II women’s cross country at the 2012 USA Cycling Collegiate Mountain Bike National Championships at Angel Fire Resort in Angel Fire, ...


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3rd Congressional District: Incumbent Tipton proud of Western Slope roots

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U.S. Rep. Scott Tipton, R-Colo., is being challenged by state Rep. Sal Pace, D-Pueblo for Tipton’s seat in the House. Tipton, however, in many ways is running against the U.S. Senate. Much of the legislation he has pushed through the ...


Cutting oil shale
 a punitive move, researcher says

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GOLDEN — President Barack Obama’s administration’s move to reduce the amount of land available for development of oil shale seems designed to punish, not promote, the industry, the head of the Oil Shale Symposium ...


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Boy Scout plants signposts for park’s arboretum trail

By Lory Pounder

Lincoln Park visitors soon will be able to identify nearly 70 species of trees as the first stage of the playground’s makeover takes effect. “It is going to be a showcase playground for our entire community,” said Traci ...


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Pueblo Democrat hoping to win 3rd Congressional District race

By Charles Ashby

Democrat Sal Pace can’t help but laugh when he hears people talk about how U.S. Rep. Scott Tipton got into Congress two years ago. The Cortez Republican won as part of a national wave of GOP candidates unseating incumbent Democrats, ...


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4 others in congressional race, two as write-ins

By Charles Ashby

Democrat Sal Pace and Republican Scott Tipton aren’t the only two people vying for the right to represent voters in the 3rd Congressional District. There are four other candidates in the race. Of them, the one who has gotten the most ...


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3rd Congressional District: Both parties say grass-roots efforts strong

By Charles Ashby

Mike Stratton was a bit apprehensive when he started his inspection tour of the 3rd Congressional District last week. As one of the state’s top political strategists who works exclusively for Democratic candidates, he wasn’t sure ...


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