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Methane energy bill clears Senate panel

By Charles Ashby

A bill that Western Slope sponsors expect will create jobs, boost the region’s energy development and help reduce greenhouse gas emissions cleared a major hurdle Tuesday. The measure, which the Senate Local Government Committee ...


USFS needs markets for pine-beetle wood, Tipton told

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The continued loss of businesses in the wood-products industry in the West has hampered the U.S. Forest Service in dealing with the ravages of the mountain pine beetle, Forest Service Chief Tom Tidwell said Tuesday. The Forest Service, ...


I-70 road work through canyon will slow travel

By Staff

Highway work in Glenwood Canyon will slow Interstate 70 traffic for several weeks and impact access to the Colorado River and rest areas. Work began Monday on concrete pavement of westbound lanes of I-70. The $3 million project is the third ...


Waterline work set for Thursday

By Staff

Ute Water crews will be working Thursday to replace waterlines in a problematic area in north Grand Junction that sustained several waterline breaks earlier this year. Motorists on G Road will be rerouted to follow detours between 9 a.m. and ...


Report: Protection of 3 wildflowers could cost millions in oil, gas impacts

By Dennis Webb

Economic impacts from proposed critical habitat for three western Colorado wildflowers under the Endangered Species Act could range from $967,000 to $14.8 million over 20 years, an analysis released by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service ...


Funeral services set for father for ex-Rep. Scott McInnis

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A memorial service for Kohler McInnis, the father of former U.S. Rep. Scott McInnis, R-Colo., will be April 7 at Callahan-Edfast Mortuary. Kohler McInnis died Saturday. He was 88. Kohler McInnis was a merchant and banker in Glenwood Springs. ...


Opponents of health legislation encouraged

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Representatives of the 26 states challenging the constitutionality of President Obama’s health care law were cheered by the questions asked Tuesday by the U.S. Supreme Court justice seen as a swing vote. “We were very heartened by ...


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Public trustee reverses course, says he’s willing to move office

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Less than three weeks after expressing reluctance to relocate his office into a Mesa County building, Mesa County Public Trustee Paul Brown indicated Monday he is amenable to the move. Brown told county commissioners during the presentation ...


High court to take up legality of mandate

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The battle that began three years ago over reshaping health care in the United States hits a high point today when the Supreme Court hears arguments about the individual mandate. “No clues were given out” by the justices on ...


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Forbes honoree merges talents in energy field

By Dennis Webb

By some measures, Eric Arnoldy of Grand Junction might not have seemed a likely candidate to make Forbes’ recent list of “30 under 30” in the energy field. But he did just that in the magazine’s Jan. 16 ...


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