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Gunnison Energy acquires oil, gas lease near Cedaredge

By Dennis Webb

Gunnison Energy bought a federal oil and gas lease Thursday for 765 acres in Delta County on the flanks of Grand Mesa north of Cedaredge. Gunnison paid the minimum allowable bid of $2 an acre for the lease rights Thursday at the Bureau of ...


GOP Senate candidate Buck responds to criticism, firing jabs of his own

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Republican U.S. Senate candidate Ken Buck told about 60 supporters Thursday in Grand Junction that while he was campaigning on his GOP opponent’s home turf, Jane Norton was in Washington, D.C. Buck, the Weld County district attorney, ...


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Stretch of interstate named in honor of Grand Junction man killed in Iraq

By Charles Ashby

DENVER — The first 10 miles of Interstate 70 east of the Utah border will be named after a Grand Junction resident killed in the Iraq War three years ago. The Legislature approved a resolution Wednesday naming that section of the ...


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Mesa State graduation

By Staff

More then 1,200 students graduated from Mesa State College Saturday morning during a very rainy Commencement at Stocker Stadium in Lincoln Park.  ...


Teacher tenure bill approved

By Charles Ashby

DENVER — Colorado teachers soon could have a new review process now that a bill dealing with how they get and keep tenure is on its way to Gov. Bill Ritter. Although lawmakers spent hours debating Senate Bill 191 in the Colorado House ...


Death threat in Valley fraud probe

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A private investigator working on behalf of the owner of collapsed Valley Investments said his life was threatened after he began contacting investors. The threat is a “potent example of the climate in the Grand Junction area concerning ...


Study addresses impact of loss of sagebrush habitat on wildlife

By Dave Buchanan

“One of the most tragic examples of our unthinking bludgeoning of the landscape is to be seen in the sage-brush lands of the West, where a vast campaign is on to destroy the sage and substitute grasslands.” — Rachel Carson, ...


Lawmakers amend, OK enterprise tax credit bill

By Charles Ashby

DENVER — With just a few hours left before the end of the 2010 session Wednesday, the Colorado Legislature approved a measure temporarily capping enterprise zone credits. But that didn’t happen before lawmakers made one final ...


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Motherhood a motivator for top GED grad

By Paul Shockley

Lynda Sweangen gave up on high school when she believes it quit her. Weeks away from graduating Fort Collins High School in 2004, she said a counselor discovered an error in her transcripts which prevented her from walking with her ...


Grand Junction Lions Club gives $32K to four organizations

By Melinda Mawdsley

The Grand Junction Lions Club is giving thousands of dollars to Fruita, but in reality the gift is worth more. At noon Tuesday at Bananas Fun Park Pavilion, the Grand Junction Lions Club will present four checks totaling $32,600 to four ...


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